Price: 1.000 USD (tax excluded)
Location: Pullman Saigon Center, 148 Tran Hung Dao Boulevard District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam, http://www.pullmanhotels.com
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Overview of Agile – Gain a deep understanding of how the Agile Manifesto came about, when and when not to use agile methods and what it means to be an agile team.
Roles in Scrum – What is the job of the ScrumMaster? How about the Product Owner and the Team? Learn deep insights into these roles and how they work collaboratively together.
The Impacts of Multitasking – We take a journey through the world of multitasking to really understand the negative impacts it brings to teams.
The Product Backlog – The Product Backlog is the key to any successful Scrum team. We will explore what comprises a good Product Backlog, techniques for managing it and what happens when it goes unattended.
Sprinting – In this part of the course, we dive deep into the components of a well assembled Sprint Backlog, what it really means to be done, abnormal terminations and how to decide on Sprint length.
Release Planning – Release planning is a core component of good project management. This does not change with Scrum. We will explore how to build a release plan and estimate when the work will be delivered.
Scaling Scrum to the Enterprise – Not all teams are in the same office, let alone the same building. We will look at how companies have successfully scaled Scrum to work in the enterprise.
Who Should Attend
The course target is software development teams, including program and project managers, analysts, developers, testers, team leads and managers or someone looking to adopt Scrum or learn more about it. People from a wide range of industries have attended this course as it covers the core fundamentals of Scrum and agile development. it is not uncommon to have people from financial companies sitting next to people who work in healthcare, telecom or government.Regardless of your industry or role at your company, you will leave this course with a solid understanding and knowledge on the values and principles that Scrum and agile convey, as well as how to run an effective Scrum team. The course contains a wide range of interactive exercises and group discussion, giving you the tools necessary for success on your first sprint.
Professional Development Units (PDU’s)
Mitch Lacey & Associates is a PMI Registered Educational Provider (provider ID 3383). This course provides 15 PDU’s that may be applied towards most PMI certifications, including two of the most common:
PMP: Project Management Professional (link to PMI PMP continuing education handbook)
ACP: Agile Certified Practitioner (link to PMI PMP continuing education handbook)
PDU records management is the responsibility of the credential holder. Please refer to the handbook for your certification to determine the credential PDU requirements.
This Course Includes
We strive to deliver the highest quality learning experience in the industry. To accomplish this, we offer the following for this course:
Eligibility to sit for the Certified ScrumMaster exam, leading to Scrum Alliance Certified ScrumMaster recognition
Light morning breakfast, mid morning snacks and coffee, lunch, afternoon snacks and a variety of assorted beverages
One year membership to the Scrum Alliance, a $50 value
A hard copy of the course materials
Our family run business is 90% referral based, so quality is very important. We are proud to offer a no-questions-asked full money back guarantee. Simply contact us within 30 days of your training completion date for a full refund of your course registration fee, no questions asked.
Cancellations and Refund Policy
Sometimes things come up, we understand that. If you need to cancel your course, you have two options
If the course start time is 14 days or more, you may apply your course registration fee towards another upcoming class for use within one year of the original class date. If we do not offer another course in that time, a full refund will be given minus any applicable fees.
You may request a full refund if it is within 14 days of course start date
For cancellations that are within the 14-day start time of the course and a full refund is requested, a $200 fee will be applied to partially cover committed expenses.
About the instructor
Mitch Lacey is an agile practitioner and trainer. Mitch has been managing projects for over fifteen years & is credited with many plan-driven & agile projects. He is the author of “The Scrum Field Guide”, a book targeting teams adopting Agile and Scrum practices.
Mitch honed his agile skills at Microsoft Corporation, where he successfully released core enterprise services for Windows Live. Mitch’s first agile team at Microsoft was coached by Ward Cunningham, Jim Newkirk & David Anderson.
While at Microsoft, he transitioned from Program Manager to Agile Coach, working hand-in-hand with groups throughout their transition to Agile practices. After Microsoft, Mitch was the Agile Practice Manager at Ascentium Corporation where he practiced agility on the projects he ran every day while coaching customers on agile practices and lessons on agile adoption worldwide.
As a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST), PMI Project Management Professional (PMP®) and Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP®), Mitch shares his experience in project and client management through Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum courses, agile coaching engagements, conference presentations, blogs & white papers.
He has published many papers including “Adventures in Promiscuous Pairing”, “Transitioning to Agile: Key Lessons Learned in the Field”, “The Impacts of Poor Estimating – & How to Fix It”, a variety of papers for Microsoft and “Immersive Interviewing – Building Great Agile Software Teams”.
He has presented at Agile Alliance Agile 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 conferences, the 2008 Better Software Conference and the 2008 – 2013 SQE Agile Development Practices conferences. He has managed tracks for the Agile conference since 2008 and was the conference chair for Agile2012 and Agile2014.
Mitch has served on the Board of Directors for the Agile Alliance (2011-2012) and the Scrum Alliance (2010-2011, 2014).
About the instructor associate
People usually describes Hiep as a hard-core, geeky and fun Software Architect who embraces Scrum and Agile. He is one of the first individual in Vietnam to earn Certified Scrum Professionals (CSP)
He has over 6 years of experience of software development with over 3 years of coaching teams and organizations adopting Scrum.
When people talked to Hiep, they immediately know that he loves Agile and wants to promote it, Hiep joined Agile Vietnam and became a board member, he has experienced many Vietnam software firms success and failure, thus honing his understanding about the state-of the art of applying Scrum in Asian software firms
He has frequently presented at national and international conferences like Agile Tour Vietnam 2014, Regional Scrum Gathering Tokyo 2015. His research areas include: Scrum at Scale, Test Automation, Continuous Delivery, Collective Product Ownership, Advantages and drawbacks in people mindset when adopting Agile in Software companies in Vietnam.
In his free time, he enjoys diving and doing stand-up comedy.