The most highly skilled agile teams understand continuous delivery and implement continuous improvement for the development of quality software and products. But, creating a high performing agile team is no easy task. Agile leaders need to understand how to properly recruit professionals who have cross-functional skills and those who can effectively utilize the scrum values. If you are a project manager, scrum master or agile coach you need to develop a team culture that promotes commitment, focus, openness, respect, and courage for the execution of a successful workflow. The process of creating a successful workflow that promotes continuous improvement requires agile teams to fully understand the business value of the end users. Also, a successful workflow clearly outlines: release frequency, delivery speed, user stories/product features and team velocity. The best agile teams have learned to adopt self-organization and create innovative products not working in silos.
The attendees will learn how to do the following:
- Recruit Professionals with Cross-Functional Skills
- Define Business Value for Users and Conduct Sprint Planning
- Improve Communication and Collaboration (Teams and Stakeholders)
- Create a Successful Workflow for Continuous Delivery/Continuous Improvement
PMI Talent Triangle: Technical Project Management