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Agile In Action ( Emphasizing Scrum Project Management)

kumar manish

Joined: Feb 11, 2011
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Location : Hotel Atria (palace Road) Bangalore

Date : 11th - 12th March (Fri & Sat ) 2011

Duration : 2 Days

Agile methods are becoming increasingly popular among software companies today. Agile
Methods have proven that the best way to develop various software projects with accelerated software development. Increased productivity, reduction of off-shore risks due to customer collaboration and ability to absorb changes in requirements are only some of the important benefits of using agile methods.

The program uses presentations, situational analysis and group exercises to introduce the
above concepts. The highlight of the program is the 60-minute Sprint in which participants
would work in groups as Scrum teams and will execute a project in a three-day simulated
Sprint. This exercise brings out many aspects of Scrum and would give the participants a
Hands-on feel of how Scrum works.

Other Training Programs we conduct are: Certified Scrum Master,Certified Scrum Product Owner,
Agile Estimation Techniques and Planning,Software Test Estimation and Measurement, Business Modelling Techniques,Certificate in Requirement Engineering

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