ICAgile - Agile Fundamentals Blended Learning

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This Premium course offers both classroom training and video learning to enhance your learning experience. Please see below for full details.

This introduction to Agile course will teach you the importance of being Agile, Plus, you can earn ICAgile Certified Professional (ICP) certification. Learn the key aspects of value-driven development, adaptive planning techniques, and how to be collaborative with customers, clients, and teams. In this training course, you are introduced to several Agile methodologies, including Scrum, Kanban, Lean, and XP, to determine what will work best for your team.

This product offers access to over 35 hours of on-demand accredited Agile courses. At any time during your annual access to this offering, you may attend one of our 1-day course events. 

Who Would Benefit FromThis Agile Training?

If you are primarily interested in Scrum and not what it means to be Agile, and all the ways to be Agile, we would strongly recommend taking one of the Scrum Alliance entry-level qualification courses instead: Certified ScrumMaster® or Certified Scrum Product Owner® . This course focuses on what it means to be Agile, and addresses several available opportunities to apply Agile tools.

Is this the best Agile training course for someone who is new to Agile?

If you are looking to learn Agile methodology to develop value-laden, high-quality products using proven Agile principles, this is the right course for you. You do not need an Agile background for this course, though familiarity with project management concepts can be helpful.

What’s the difference between Agile and Scrum?

Scrum is the name of a popular methodology of applying Agile. Scrum is a thin framework of roles, artifacts, and events that support self-organizing, cross functional development teams. More than three quarters of Agile teams claim to be using Scrum.

What is Agile software development?

Agile software development is a product engineering approach that delivers high-quality, working software product early and often. This allows the customer to generate business value earlier, and provide feedback to the developers. Agile methods emphasize constant, open, honest and real-time communication between developers and their customers.

What are the different types of Agile methodology covered in this course?

This course covers some of the most popular methodologies for performing Agile work, including Scrum, Kanban, Lean, and XP.

What is the difference between Agile and waterfall (traditional) programming?

The traditional waterfall method of software development treats the analysis, design, coding and testing as separate phases in a linear software development plan. Agile, on the other hand, is an iterative software development methodology, focused on flexibility in adapting to changes and delivering value early and often.

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