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The Miracle Of The Agile Approach
Training  

Adapting to the Speed of the Digital World 

Everything is changing rapidly: technology, products, competition, customer trends, regulations, employee profiles... In a world where we don't know what we'll encounter tomorrow, yet-to-be-implemented super ideas, perfect solutions, and long-term mega projects have little meaning. All organizations are adopting the Agile Approach to quickly implement their new ideas, meet customer expectations, and regulatory demands.

 

Agile contrasts with perfect planning by emphasizing experimentation, close collaboration over compartmentalized work, and preferring incremental steps over delayed big launches. Agile is more than formal procedures; it's a culture, a way of behavior. In this program by Enthusiast, you'll explore the emergence of the Agile culture, its core values, routines that lead to success, and have the opportunity to experience different Agile methods.

Program Outline
  • Agile Approach: Why Now?

  • Waterfall Model and Challenges

  • Agile Manifesto and Principles

  • Benefits of Agile Approach

  • Challenges and Barriers

  • Agile Culture and Agile Organizations

  • Scrum Method and Principles

  • Scrum Roles

  • Scrum Rituals, Sprints

  • Kanban Method

  • Stages of Agile Transformation

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Program Structure and Innovative Techniques

Like all Enthusiast trainings, this program aims to create awareness and includes practical elements aimed at behavior change. With 70% of the training consisting of exercises and role-playing, participants are given ample opportunity to practice desired behaviors and useful techniques. We immerse participants in the Agile concept through Scrum Sprint exercises, Kanban exercises, case studies, and role-playing scenarios. The program can be customized to enrich or streamline based on the needs of both the organization and participants.

Participant Profile

The program is suitable for participants from all job roles and industries, whether they are unfamiliar with the Agile concept or have beginner-level knowledge.

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