Fun Fundamentals: Starting Your Agile Journey Right
In order to succeed with agile, teams and organizations should focus first on “being agile” as a foundation for success in “doing agile.” From this two day interactive exploration of agile students come away with a solid understanding of core concepts to prepare them fortheir agile journey. Balanced Agility Fun Fundamentals class provides you with 2 days of hands on experience in to learn the basics of the agile mindset and practice.
Fun Fundamentals is foundational and the gateway to all other ICAgile tracks, the ICP credential has the broadest target audience. It is appropriate for those new to agile, and for practitioners who recognize the need to focus on “being” agile in addition to “doing” agile.
In this class you we will:
Building off of Training from the BACK of the room we will explore how cognitive neuroscience research can help us engaging others in a more fun and exciting way to achieve more.
You will be learning concepts such as adaptive planning, value-driven development, team collaboration and frequent feedback for continuous improvement.
The course also covers the history of agile, the agile manifesto, the agile principles, and some widely applied frameworks and practices.
Out of this class, you will receive:
A full tool kit of agile principles, techniques and practices, along with hands-on experience in their application.
The Balanced Difference
At Balanced Agility, we believe that there is more than just a class, a workshop or a few hours spent together that make up a learning experience. We also provide:
Our BA Primers leading up to the class to get you ready and thinking about what we will be working on in our time together – these may take the form of pre-reading, blog articles or a few items to work on before our time together
The BA Toolkits you will emerge from your class with provide real and effective tools that you can use on the ground with your teams the days following training.
Include yourself in the BA Community by networking in class and actively participating after the class in the community of fellow practitioners that’s being established in your area.
Hands On Practice