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Agile Bootcamp Training

Agilocity’s agile boot-camp training (which is similar to agile fundamentals) is the perfect introduction to lean and agile ways of working for groups. The boot-camp is comprised of a healthy mix of theory with experiential learning activities built into the course. We use a real project in class to expose learners to the creative energy unleashed in agile execution.

During the boot-camp we look at two of the most popular frameworks, Scrum and Kanban.

Agile Bootcamp Overview

Delivering valuable solutions faster doesn’t involve just engineers developing software. It involves introducing a shared DevOps mindset among all the people who define, build, test, deploy, and release software-driven products.

The SAFe® DevOps course helps people in technical, non-technical, and leadership roles optimize their development value stream from end to end. Take this course with your entire cross-functional team to map your current value stream from concept to cash. Design a Continuous Delivery Pipeline that’s relevant to your business. And get the guidance and tools you need to work effectively in remote environments with distributed teams.

Learning Goals

  • Agile in a Nutshell

    • Why Agile?

    • Agile Teams

    • How is working in Agile different?

    • What makes a team perform well?

    • Typical Agile roles and responsibilities

    • Forming teams

  • Agile Ceremonies

    • We delve into the mechanics of a healthy Scrum process enabled by the Scrum ceremonies:

    • Backlog Refinement

    • Sprint Planning

    • Daily Standup

    • Sprint Review

    • Sprint Retrospective

  • User Stories

    • From Business Requirement Definition documents to agile requirements
      • Agile requirements – User stories
      • Hosting a story writing workshop

  • Estimation

    • How is agile estimation different to traditional estimation?

    • Agile estimation technique

    • Planning Poker

  • Planning

    • Why static planning doesn’t work with complex product development

    • The Agile plan

    • Backlog refinement

    • Flexing on Scope

    • Your first plan

    • The burndown chart

    • Sprint planning

  • The Iteration

    • How do you deliver value every two weeks

    • The Agile iteration

    • How the iteration unfolds

    • Iteration Ceremonies

  • Kanban

    • An alternative to Scrum

    • Kanban uses

  • Visual Workspace

    • Collocation

    • Information radiators

    • Open communication

    • Creativity

    • Collaboration

  • Software Engineering

    • Unit testing

    • Refactoring

    • Test driven development

    • Continuous integration

    • Continuous deployment

Target Audience

Anyone new to agile should start their journey with an Agile Bootcamp to acquire the foundational understanding.


None. All are welcome to attend the workshop.

What's Included?

  • Facilitator-led workshop delivery

  • High engagement activities during the workshop

  • Student workbook containing the material discussed in the workshop

  • One hour group coaching after the workshop

Duration and Format

1-Day delivered online (in-person option for group bookings is available).


R4999 per person.

Groups of 3+ receive 10% discount

Groups up to 10 receive 15% discount

Contact us for groups larger than 10.

What's Next?

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