The course will cover the following content and more:
- Agile, why is it successful?
- The Agile Team
- The Customer and
- Agile Disciplines
- Key Practices
- Project Initiation
- Project Planning
- Release Planning
- The Build process
- Story writing
- Epics, Features Tasks, Bugs, and Spikes
- Story Pointing
- Charting and communication
- Adaptations and learning
The ICP is intended for all team members and those working with
Agile teams. An Agile team includes all those tasked with building
and delivering the project including the builders/developers,
testers, designers, business analysts, project managers and anyone
else aligned with delivery.
Not just for project teams: The ICP can and has been delivered
to teams that have nothing to do with either software, product
development, or even projects. Our trainers have assisted
organisations to move towards a full Agile working model and
mindset that increases value and throughput and become more
transparent and able to cope with change. This transparency and the
way that course attendees work allows the team and the organisation
to appreciate the work undertaken, monitor (and have a way to
handle) disruptions, and showcase their achievements.
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. Suitable for entire teams, managers involved in
Agile teams, entire organisations undergoing change, and for
Consultants looking to gain understanding, marketable skills, and
the certified qualification to show it.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
This is a fun, but intense 3 days of learning. There is no exam
at the end, only your active participation and full attendance is
The course is made up of a mixture of training, discussions,
active group exercises, and games. Participants get a chance to
discuss both hypothetical situations and some items from their own
The feedback we receive shows that, while the learning and the
certifications are important, it is these discussions, group
exercises, and the combined experiences of people in different
situations that give the extra value to those attending. These
experiences cannot be gained from reading or online courses.