Software development requires speed and agility, and many companies - Google, Apple, Spotify, Line, Tesla, and Toyota - have adopted Agile to transform their organizations to Agile Business Management. Many organizations are also implementing Scrum to deliver products or services to serve their customers more effectively. You may be wondering; what Agile is, What Scrum is, and what benefits are.
Agile is a mindset and Scrum is a framework under the Agile mindset. Agile and Scrum have continuously shown incredible increases in team productivity and reduced time and cost in comparison to classic business management approaches. Many other industries have implemented Agile and Scrum practices to manage product development in non-software departments: Human Resources, Marketing, Finance, Government, Education, and R&D.
The Agile Cooking workshop will provide you with the foundations of Agile via the “five senses active learning engagement”, a quick enjoyable learning experience for you to gain knowledge, skills, and attributes that empower you to implement Agile in your organization.
What will learners get?
1. A two-day hands-on workshop to teach how to use Agile, Scrum, and Kanban.
2. On the first day, learners will learn Agile by cooking. This workshop will provide them with the foundation of Agile via “five senses active learning engagement”, a quick enjoyable learning experience for them to gain knowledge, skills, and attributes that empower them to implement Agile.
3. On the second day, participants will be required to bring up their real projects to the workshop. They will practice from doing their projects.
4. Each learners will receive MeWe Cards and Scrum Canvas, created by Dahm. The MeWe Cards are used for analysing individuals and create more effective communication. It has been used in the U.S.A, Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Thailand. The Scrum Canvas is used for understanding the overview of the Scrum guide. It has been used in The U.S.A., Hong Kong and Thailand.
Who should attend?
1. New Agile practitioners who want to understand the Agile mindset and the Scrum framework.
2. Executives and managers who want to transform their organizations from traditional management to Agile management .
3. Startups who want to start their business with Agile management from the beginning.
4. Anyone who wants to serve their customers real needs rapidly and effectively.
1. Understand the values and principles of Agile Manifesto.
2. Practice responding flexibly to customer needs and allow more feedback opportunity from stakeholders.
3. Sharpen skills in project management and team building
4. Understand frameworks; Scrum, Kanban, and Scrumban under the Agile Umbrella as well as how design thinking can be integrated to successful projects.
5. Communicate more effectively with team members
Becoming Agile with Scrum
- Define the values and the principles of the Agile Manifesto.
- Describe the Scrum framework, Scrum Theory, Scrum Values, Scrum Roles & Responsibilities, Scrum Events, and Scrum Artifacts.
Product Backlog Refining
- Identify to-do list.
- Prioritize, and estimate to-do list.
- Set up Sprint goals and definition of done.
- Define teammates’ available time.
- Select a to-do list and describe how to finish the list.
- Create a task board and a progress chart.
- Conduct daily Scrum.
- Update a task board and a progress chart.
- Present products or services to customers.
- Listen to customers to receive feedback for product improvement.
- Discuss with team members for working process improvement.
- Define problem, root causes, actions, and new ideas for the next sprint.
9.00 Ice Breaking, Learning Agile by Cooking
10.45 The Agile History, the Agile Manifesto
11.30 Who are you? With MeWE Cards
11.45 Take Away
13.00 Building Agile environments
13.30 Learning Agile Daily Management with Scrumban
14.45 Developing your own Scrumban
15.45 Take Away
16.00 Finish the Day 1
9.00 Day 1 Review
9.30 Learning Project Management with Scrum Part 1
10.45 Creating your own Scrum project Part 1
11.45 Take Away
13.00 Creating your own Scrum project Part 2
14.45 Q&A about Scrum
15.15 Introducing to Agile at Scale
15.45 Take Away
16.00 Finish the Day 2