CAPABILITY BUILDING

PROFESSIONAL AGILE LEADER WORKSHOP

Providing a foundation for the role that leaders play in creating the conditions for a successful Agile transformation.

PERFECT FOR SOLVING

Lack Of Leaders Clarity On Their Role In Creating The Conditions For A Successful Agile Transformation

Lack Of Internal Agile Expertise

Inflexible, Long-Winded Project Approach And Release Schedule

Misalignment Between Your Solutions
And Your Customer Needs

Low Customer Satisfaction

Inability to Launch Complete Solutions Until End Of Project

High Project Costs

Rework And Bugs
Following Release

Bureaucratic Governance

HOW WE CAN HELP

Leaders and managers are critical enablers in introducing and establishing Agile methods and techniques in an organisation or a division, yet the role of leaders and managers in an Agile organisation can be quite different from what they are used to. Indeed, becoming an Agile organisation is a profound transformation that requires senior leaders, middle managers, and Agile team members to change the way that they organise their work, manage that work, and measure the results of the work.

Our Professional Agile Leadership (PAL) Essentials is a 2-day workshop, designed to work around the needs of your organisation. The workshop provides leaders and managers with a foundation for the role they play in creating the conditions for a successful Agile transformation.

COURSE OUTLINE

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OVERVIEW


Our workshop uses a combination of instruction and team-based exercises to help participants learn how to form and support Agile teams to achieve better results, and how to lead the cultural and behaviourial changes that organisations must make to reap the benefits of an Agile product delivery approach.

COURSE TOPICS

AGILE OVERVIEW

An overview of what ‘Agile’ is, why organisations need to survive and thrive in a changing world, how it works, and how to quantify its benefits from a business perspective.

OPPORTUNITIES
& IMPACTS

The means to identify the potential opportunities and impacts of Agile in terms of business value.

ROOT CAUSES
OF BUSINESS
UNCERTAINTY

How Agile addresses the root causes of business uncertainty and IT project failure and/or dissatisfied customers.

AGILE PRACTICES
VS.
BUSINESS PRACTICES

The ability to compare and contrast Agile practices with alternative business practices.
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FORMING
AGILE TEAMS

An understanding of how to help form and support Agile teams.

SUPPORTING
AGILE TEAMS

An understanding of how typical challenges that Agile teams face and how to support them by removing impediments.

SCRUM.ORG ACCREDITATION

Reinvigoration are an official member of the Scrum.org Professional Training Network (PTN).
This seal of approval from a globally recognised training, assessment and certification provider, gives our delegates the guarantee that they will receive consistent teaching of the Scrum Framework as well as the highest training quality experience.

CERTIFICATION CRITERIA

PAL I

Attendees of the workshop will undergo the industry recognised ‘PAL I’ assessment to validate their high level of Agile leadership skills and solid understanding of Scrum. To achieve certification participants will need to complete a 60-minute online assessment and score at least 85%.

PRICING

£1,400 +VAT per delegate (including assessment).
Please note that a minimum of 10 participants per course are required.
Please get in touch with us to discuss your requirements.

KEY BENEFITS

Greater Understanding of Needs to Utilise Agile For The Wider Organisational Benefit

Customer-Driven Solutions

Greater Business Buy-In

Increased Employee Empowerment

Stronger Emphasis On User Experience Creating More Competitive Solutions

Far Less Bureaucratic Governance

Flexible Release Schedule

Lower Project Costs

Fewer Post Release Bugs And Fixes

Multi-Skilled And
Empowered Team

Improved Quality

GET IN TOUCH

Would you like to discuss your specific requirements and find out more about our solutions?
Contact our Agile expert, Graham Turnbull.

Graham Turnbull

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

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