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Training Agile Methods and Scrum
What does it take to quickly introduce agility? Many companies face the challenge of introducing agility at a very short notice. You often want and need to be faster in the short term. However, there is no time and resources to set up a comprehensive change project.
Our training on agile development for critical systems shows hands-on how to produce working products in much shorter periods of time, with less defects, in a collaborative environment with customer focus, engineers, and management. Our focus on lean AND agile emphasizes the need to be flexible and at the same time optimize value.
We have accompanied many companies in situations where the move to an agile approach was necessary to achieve desired goals. From this experience, we developed the training "Agile Startup Package", which is a time-boxed approach (one day!). It facilitates you with the most important modules for the rapid introduction of agility.
This trainign differs from other trainings that we focus on the development of systems used in automotive, medical, transportation, etc.
Agile techniques cannot be translated easily from the textbook as they were originally developed for small application projects. Our examples show hands-on knowledge using Lean and Agile methodologies for system scaling.
"Thank you very much for sharing your precious experience with this training program."
- Zerong Yu, Robert Bosch Japan
"High practical orientation, concrete personalized action list throughout the entire seminar."
- T. Strauch, Siemens
Content and Agenda
- Module 1: Organizing the entire team into scrum teams of suitable size
- Module 2: Creating backlog and priorities (Based on Requirements, Epics, Business Values)
- Module 3: Planning content of a Sprint
- Module 4: Coordinating agile development with classical development
- Module 5: Scrum of Scrums and coordination of distributed teams
- Module 6: Sprint Visualization
- Module 7: Sprint Review and Retrospective
700 € plus VAT (1 day)
Admission price includes full documentation as PDF and also our Wiley book on Global Software and IT with lots of best practices, project experiences and state of the art technology.
Each participant will receive a qualifying Vector certificate for this intensive training.
Get a discount (can be combined):
- 10% if you register 3-5 employees of your company,
20% for 6-8 employees
30% for 9+ employees
10% if you book at least 60 days in advance
You can save up to 40%, as these discounts can be combined!
- 70% for full-time students (not combinable, on presentation of valid student card)
Do you want to adapt this training to your own examples and challenges? Looking for a workout that delivers practical exercises adjusted to your environment? Then, we suggest that you have this training conducted in-house, where you can decide on focus, speed and the training schedule. We also offer dedicated crash courses for employees and management.
Language: German or English.
On request, we offer our inhouse trainings in Chinese, French, Korean and Turkish.
This training targets professionals and executives in engineering and IT, requirements engineers, product managers, marketing and sales personnel, program managers, project managers, buyers, system and software engineers, analysts, consultants, quality managers from companies of all industries and sizes.
About our Trainers
Dr. Ulrich Bodenhausen is a consultant at Vector Consulting Services. He is a renowned expert on agility for critical systems. Previously he worked as a project manager in development projects. Dr. Bodenhausen supports companies worldwide to improve their development processes and change management. He works across industries in the field of engineering methods, agile and lean methods, requirements engineering, and to improve efficiency.
Prof. Dr. Christof Ebert is Managing Director of Vector Consulting Services GmbH. He supports companies worldwide in improving their product development and product strategy as well as in change management. He sits on various supervisory boards, is a professor at the University of Stuttgart and the Sorbonne in Paris, and the author of several renowned books. Twitter: @ChristofEbert.