Date(s) - 12/15/2018 - 12/16/2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This is a Live-Online Instructor-Led Training
Pricing Note: Assessments (US$450), Agile Training (US$650), Professional Diploma Review/Validation/Registration (US$197). Total Value: US$1297.00 and you are paying only US$997.00 for all three.
Welcome to LeanAgileScrum Institute. Being Agile Demand a Different Mindset and Skillset.
This Enterprise Agile Business Analysis Professional Diploma program will give you the foundation of knowledge and experience you need. Get the techniques, skills, and tools that enable you to build an Agile mindset by defining the principles, values, frameworks, advantages, and disadvantages of Agile development.
We benchmarked the Agile Business Analyst role responsibilities, agile domain skills, behaviours/mindset, motivators and competencies through our work with multi-national enterprises to develop our training program.
Who will benefit from this training
Software Development and QA
Business Analysts and Subject Matter Experts
Product and Product Line Management
PMO, and Process Leads
What will you get
Twelve months Access to online training portal
Personal development plan
Personal instructor assistance
Course certificate of completion and/or diploma designation
Automatic enrollment to our continuous learning program
All are welcome to attend the course, regardless of experience. However, the following prerequisites are highly recommended.
Attendees make the most of the class if they:
Have studied the Agile Manifesto (required)
Have studied the Scrum Guide (required)
Have been closely involved with a project that builds or enhances a product or application.
Scrum is an Agile framework. Sometimes people lose the purpose of Agile and tend to focus on rigid rules and meetings when doing Agile Scrum. The core purpose of Agile Scrum is to do a small portion of work, demo it, get feedback, and adapt based on the feedback at the core of the inspect and adapt loop. Our courses will provide practical knowledge – “How To” and real project examples for you so you can help your organization have a smoother agile transformation by addressing the true Agile Scrum purpose.
The focus of the training is to provide insight into Lean, Agile, and Scrum to show how the Scrum framework contributes to Agile practices. You will also learn Agile techniques, such as how to prioritize requirements, writing simple effective user stories, how to elicit and document requirements with user stories and how to guide your stakeholders throughout the project.
All our agile training programs are developed based on our “Agile Training Competency Model” to identify the end-to-end enterprise needs. We worked with multi-national enterprises to benchmark the agile roles and then developed agile training programs.
LeanAgileScrum Institute is the first agile training organization in the world to conduct agile job benchmarking for each agile role, created four assessments, developed supplementary courses and integrated the assessments into agile training programs.
Professional Diploma designation of an individual who is qualified to know and practice the subject matter of Agile Methodology, Tools & Techniques, Scrum and other frameworks in the area of Essential Lean, Agile and Scrum. It is based on practical program granted by LeanAgileScrum Institute and recognized globally.
The person recognized as professional is qualified to meet the practical knowledge of Essential Lean, Agile and Scrum skills, Agile delivery skills, and is required to complete the required courses and assessment approved by Lean Agile Scrum Institute.
Professional Designation Assessment Method:
The professional designation is granted for the program by achieving a minimum score of 75% on the online exam and completion of project work assignments. Students must apply the course knowledge, techniques and methods used in the courses to create real “Case Studies” and/or “White Paper/Blog” and submit them as part of program certification completion to prove that they can apply this learning/knowledge in the workplace.
What will you learn?
What is Lean?
What is Lean Thinking?
Values Added and Non-Value Added
Software Development Waste
Agile Values and Principles
Agile Perceptions and Realities
Agile Success Factors
Project Challenges and Agile
Agile Software Development
Scrum and Goal of Scrum
Scrum Values and Empirical Process
Challenges with Scrum
Scrum Task Board and Task Board Challenges
Agile Roles and Responsibilities
Scrum Team Roles and Responsibilities
Development Team Roles and Responsibilities
Other Agile Roles and Responsibilities
Characteristics of Agile Roles
Rights of Agile Roles
Intro to Agile Events
Purpose of Agile Events
Agile Events Challenges
Root Cause of Agile Events Challenges
Product/Sprint Backlog Artefacts
Sprint Burndown Chart
Definition of Done (DoD)
Tracking and Reporting in Agile
Behaviours/Mindset Assessment – Behaviour/Mindset show how a person will get the job done.
We assess 5 must-have, 5 should-have and 2 nice-to-have behaviours/mindset and the 5 must-have behaviours/mindset for an Agile Business Analyst role listed below.
1. Frequent Change – Are you able to rapidly shift between tasks?
2. Customer Oriented – Are you able to identify and fulfill customer expectations?
3. Organized Workplace – Are you able to establish and maintain specific order in daily activities?
4. Interaction – Are you able to frequently engage and communicate with others?
5. Analysis – Are you able to compile, confirm and organize information?
Motivators Assessment – Motivators reveal why a person is motivated to perform on the job.
We assess 5 must-have, 5 should-have and 2 nice-to-have motivators and the 5 must-have motivators for Agile Business Analyst role listed below.
1. Intentional – Are driven to assist others for a specific purpose, not just for the sake of being helpful or supportive?
2. Resourceful – Are driven by practical results, maximizing both efficiency and returns for their investments of time, talent, energy and resources?
3. Receptive – Are driven by new ideas, methods and opportunities that fall outside a defined system for a living?
4. Collaborative – Are driven by being in a supporting role and contributing with little need for individual recognition?
5. Selfless – Are driven by completing tasks for the greater good, with little expectation of personal return?
Competencies Assessment – What competencies a person has demonstrated in work.
We assess 7 must-have, 10 should-have and 8 nice-to-have competencies and the 7 must-have competencies for an Agile Business Analyst role listed below.
1. Flexibility – Are you able to readily modifying, responding and adapting to change with minimal resistance?
2. Goal Orientation – Do you set, pursue and attain goals, regardless of obstacles or circumstances?
3. Self Management – Do you demonstrate initiative and willingness to begin working?
4. Continuous Learning – Do you take initiative to regularly learn new concepts, technologies and/or methods?
5. Personal Accountability – Are you able to be answerable for personal actions?
6. Project Management – Are you able to identify and oversee all resources, tasks, systems and people to obtain results?
7. Teamwork – Do you cooperate with others to meet objectives?
Emotional Intelligence Assessment
Your Self-Awareness and How You Can Improve Your Self-Awareness
Your Self-Regulation and How You Can Improve Your Self-Regulation
Your Social-Awareness and How You Can Improve Your Social-Awareness
Your Social-Regulation and You Can Improve Your Social-Regulation
Product Backlog Planning:
Overview of Product Backlog
Product Backlog Lifecycle
How to Size Feature
How to Refine Product Backlog
How to Re-Prioritize Features
How to Re-Estimate User Stories
How to Create Spikes/Enablers
How to Create Additional Product Backlog
How to Assess Risks
Overview of Sprint Planning
How to Write and Complete User Story
How to Set and Deliver Sprint Goals
How to Estimate and Deliver Task
How to Create Sprint Backlog
How to Create and Deliver User Story Tasks
How to Calculate and Deliver Velocity
User Story Management
How to Break Down Features
How to Create Personas
How to Create User Stories
How to Map User Story
How to Refine Acceptance Criteria
How to Facilitate User Story Workshops
How to Prioritize User Story
How to Use User Story Prioritization Techniques
How to Define “Definition of Ready”
How to Define “Definition of Done”
Intro to Agile Estimation Techniques
Levels of Estimation – Sizing, Story Points, Task Units
How to Estimate Using Poker Technique
How to Estimate Using Affinity Technique
How to Estimate Using T-Shirt Sizing Technique
How to Estimate Epic
How to Estimate Features
How to Estimate User Story
How to Estimate Tasks
How to Overcome Uncertainty in Estimation
Agile Manifesto from Business Analysis Perspective
Business Analyst Role in Agile
Agile Value and Business Analysis
Agile Principle and Business Analysis
Scrum Values and Business Analysis
Agile Mindset for Business Analyst
How to Handle Uncertainty, Ambiguity and Complexity
Introduction to Agile Business Analysis
Role of Agile BA in Agile Project
How to Build Increment Value
How to Manage Agile Requirements Challenges
How to Maintain Healthy Backlog
How to Support Incremental Delivery
How to Group Themes or Epics
How to Slice User Story
How to Split User Story
How to Define Minimum Viable Product
How to Stay Results Focused
How to Work with Difficult Personalities
How to Influence Without Authority
How to Manage Expectations
Agile Requirements Gathering Techniques
How To Plan Scenarios
How To Validate Requirements
How To Prioritize Requirements
How To Define Assumptions and Constraints
How To Verify Requirements
How To Use 5 Whys Technique
How To Calculate Takt Time and Value Flow
How To Use PEST Analysis
How To Make Participatory Decision Making
How to Use Priority Matrix
Value Stream Mapping
What are the Value Streams
How to Define Value Stream Mapping Steps
How to Identify Value Streams
How to Map Current State
How to Map Future State
How to Map Administrative Mapping
How to Identify Unique Situations
How to Enhance Future State
How to Implement Change
How to Overcome Roadblocks
Role of Value Stream Mapping Agile Projects
When Documentation is Necessary
How Much Documentation is Required
Why Too Much Documentation is Not Required in Agile
What Type of Documentation is Required
Agile Guidelines for Documentation
This is a 60 to 90 minutes agile and assessment alignment review/consultation and develops an action plan for you via video conference.
Alignment of Agile and DISC Scores
Alignment of Agile and Behavioral Style
Alignment of Agile and Your Strengths & Weakness
Alignment of Agile and the Value You Bring it to the Organization
Alignment of Agile and Communication Tips and Do’s & Don’ts
Alignment of Agile and Ideal Environment for you to Work
Alignment of Agile and Perceptions – How you See Yourself and Others See You
Alignment of Agile and Words that Describe your Personal Behavior
Alignment of Agile and Your Natural and Adapted Style
Alignment of Agile and Workplace Motivations
Alignment of Agile and How to Managing Yourself
Alignment of Agile and Areas for Improvement
Alignment of Agile and the 12 Behavioral Hierarchy and Relationships
Develop Action Plan Including Continuous Learning Plan
Continuous learning is about the constant expansion of skills through learning to increase practical agile knowledge.
Training and professional designation alone cannot prepare you to do the job. There is a level of qualification that must be achieved.
This is where our Continuous Learning Program begins. Our Continuous Learning Program focuses on the results of training through practical application.
How does Continuous Learning work?
You will automatically be enrolled for the continuous learning program once you complete your professional diploma (PD) designation.
Access to Live-Online Agile eWorkshop and eCoaching Videos:
Our agile eWorkshops include access to our team and experts. You will have the opportunity to ask any questions related to the Agile landscape. These live workshops will happen once or twice a month. These workshops will address the changes taking place in the marketplace and how we can adapt to them as a collective.
eCoaching videos answer the most frequently asked questions posed by our Students and participants. One of our agile practitioners will answer the question and send it out to our students. These videos will be sent out on an on-demand basis.
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