Agile basics for public authorities

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In this three-hour Spotlight, we'll work together to explore the basics of agile. In addition to a look at the history, we'll look at the most popular frameworks and how agile can help you in your government work environment.
The digital world is gaining speed by the day, it feels. Products and services are available today faster than ever before. However, this also results in a steadily increasing expectation on the part of citizens for rapid availability as well as for the quality of solutions and services. 
Administrations are confronted with an ever-increasing workload and, like companies in the private sector, face the challenge of being able to adapt their plans flexibly to ever-changing circumstances in a rapidly changing world.
Mastering the balancing act between high volatility and growing workload is one of the greatest challenges facing administrations. Agile approaches can help with this.
 

Topics:

  • What does agile mean?
  • The VUCA World
  • The Agile Manifesto
  • Push and pull systems
  • Scrum and Kanban
  • The practical application

Learning Objectives

  • The goal of the training is to provide you with a good overview of agile methods so that you can make an informed decision about whether using agile methods and frameworks will help you.

This training is aimed at:

  • Agile Coaches
  • Agile Teams
  • Agile Trainer
  • Agile Release Train (ART) Member
  • Architects (Infrastructure, System, Solution, Enterprise)
  • Business Analyst
  • Business Owner
  • Business Unit Manager
  • Change Agents
  • Configuration Manager / Release Manager
  • Consultant
  • Development Manager / Engineering Manager
  • Epic
  • Management / Executives (CxO)
  • Human Resource Employees
  • LACE Team
  • Lean Portfolio Manager
  • Line Manager
  • Projekt Manager
  • Team Leader

Requirements:

This Spotlight is intended for people in an administrative context who do not yet have any experience in the agile environment and would like a basic orientation. Accordingly, no prior knowledge is required.

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No certification. Following the Spotlight, you will receive a certificate of participation upon request.

Duration:

3 Hour(s) Remote training

Level / Difficulty:

Beginners

Completion:

Certificate of participation

Payment methods:

  • Invoice
  • Credit card
  • GooglePay

Required Tools:

 Access to the necessary tools is provided by KEGON for the training.

  • Zoom
  • Miro
  • Slack
  • Menti

Lunch included in the price for on-site training:

No

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