This workshop introduces a holistic approach that draws on Scrum and DevOps to define a responsive organization inclusive of development, infrastructure, support, security, service management, and the business. Scrum empowers teams and provides a lightweight framework for getting work done and DevOps provides the automation, systems thinking and lean practices to deliver and support the work. Bringing both together helps in building responsive organizations.
The Key Learning Objectives of the webinar will be:
Naveen Kumar Singh is a Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) from Scrum.org, LeSS-Friendly Scrum Trainer (LFST) from LeSS, Certified Scrum Developer (CSD) trainer from Scrum Alliance, SAFe® Program Consultant (SPC), and ICAgile Trainer for Agile Coaching & DevOps. Naveen has helped 4000+ professionals establish themselves as successful product owners, scrum masters, and delivery team members.
Transitioning from Team-Level Coaching to Enterprise Level Coaching
ICAgile Program Roadmap
What is Team-Level Coaching?
What is Enerprise-Level Coaching?
Challenges of an Enterprise-Level Coach
Introduction to Certified Enterprise-Level Coaching Workshop – Launch, Pre-requisites and Registration Details
Moving toward enterprise-wide agility requires a complete adaptation to the new mind-set, and a radical change in processes, tools and techniques. This webinar is intended to give a glimpse of what it takes to transition from a team-level coach to an Enterprise Agile Coach.
Sandeep is an Enterprise Agile Coach and SAFe®️ Program Consultant (SPC). He comes with close to 14 years of software and product development experience. Sandeep has worked with Enterprise Products and has helped organizations in large-scale agile adoption. Not attached to any specific brand of Agile methodology, he is seen to embrace the philosophy of kaizen (the mindset of continuous improvement), finding this to be extremely useful in business.
Back to Basics of Agile & Scrum
Agile Software Development has been Buzzword in the IT industry for a while now and everybody agrees Agile is the way forward for organizations to be able to not just survive but also thrive in this VUCA world. In this session, we take a look at what is agile, what is manifesto and what it means to be agile.
Many a time, Scrum has been equated to Agile or at least mentioned in the same context of agile, So let’s explore a little more about Scrum and how it is relevant in the agile context.
The intent of this series is to better understand the Why behind Agile and Scrum, how They are connected and what it means to be an agile organization.