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AGILE


CONTENTS WHO WE ARE

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WHAT WE DO

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WHO WE WORK WITH

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AGILE 6 COURSES 8 ACCREDITATION 15


WHO WE ARE

WHAT WE DO

We help individuals, teams and organisations to succeed in the software economy.

We offer customised solutions designed to fit.

It is a truism that software is eating the world. In the digital age, software permeates all aspects of business. In support of the growing demand for a software-savvy workforce, we are specialists in software training and development and have been assisting organisations to build their internal tech talent for over 25 years. Partnering with industry and government, our aim is to transform the way that business is done using the latest in software design and thinking. We work with individuals and teams in some of the world’s largest and most innovative organisations to sharpen their skills in all aspects of software through a comprehensive curriculum of accredited training, coaching and mentoring. We have a passion for training and development and we delight in helping our customers to become better at what it is they do. We do this through providing them with the skills they need in both the here and now, and perhaps most importantly, into the future. We are firm believers that the greatest resource any organisation can have is its people, this is especially true in the digital age. We work with organisations large and small to turn the tech talent they have into the advantage they need.

WHO WE WORK WITH

PUBLIC COURSES Our public courses give you the opportunity to update your arsenal of skills so that your knowledge is applicable, relevant and highly sought after. Ranging from one to five days, our courses are perfect if you’re looking to build your capability. You’ll train alongside other professionals from a range of industries, learn from some of the best trainers in town, and gain the best mix of theory and practice to put your newly found skills to work. IN-HOUSE COURSES Our in-house programs are a cost-effective option for large groups: you’ll get the training you want, where and when you want it. Not only that, we also offer tailored in-house courses where you can influence the delivery of the course including adapting the content to your requirements. This can include mixing and matching modules from different courses and incorporating case studies and content specific to your organisation. ASSESSMENTS Our assessment tools will help you to create the level of Agile fluency that best fits your development efforts, business need and customer value. COACHING AND MENTORING Coaching and mentoring allow for you to connect one-on-one with experienced trainers to address your biggest challenges and improve your business. Every one of our trainers is an industry expert. Each brings a wealth of experience; and each has the skills and abilities to bring out the best in your people, whether as individuals or as teams. And like our training, we can deliver a program in a way and at times that suit you. COURSE LICENSING As well as delivering a comprehensive suite of programs ourselves, we also license our courseware to global partners from all corners of the world and to organisations wanting to roll out training internally to a large number of employees. ELEARNING AND LIVE-ONLINE In addition to classroom delivery, we provide eLearning as a standalone or supplementary offering. We can also provide live-online learning, where a group of participants is widely dispersed.

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AGILE [adj] ABLE TO MOVE QUICKLY AND EASILY The Agile movement is growing at a rapid pace. We’ve all heard the term Agile. But how can it make a real difference to your organisation? Agile is an approach which adopts tools and techniques that assist in developing better products. It does this by meeting customer needs through the early and continuous delivery of valuable software/solutions. Agility is not about adherence to any specific set of practices or frameworks; it is a mindset, a culture, and a way of thinking and responding to change in our organisations. Because of this, it’s the way of the future, and the now – and it’s changing industries across the board. We have a practical understanding of all things Agile and we’ve helped numerous organisations in their Agile transformations. We’ll help you build capability so you can deliver solutions to customers faster, cheaper, with less waste, and most importantly, deliver solutions that delight. Our Agile experience and knowledge are unrivalled and this is reflected in our extensive Agile curriculum, which covers all roles and activities in Agile project teams. Since good ideas come from many sources, our Agile program draws from many methods such as Scrum, Kanban, eXtreme Programming, Adaptive Software Development, Feature Driven Development, Dynamic Systems Development Methodology, Crystal, Agile Unified Process and more.

OUR COURSES FOUNDATION

PRACTITIONER

SENIOR PRACTITIONER

LEADERSHIP

Introduction to Agile (1 day)

The Agile Business Analyst (3 days)

Agile Coaching (3 days)

Agile for Executives (1/2 day)

Agile Fundamentals (3 days)

Agile Product Ownership (2 days)

Adaptive Program and Portfolio Management (3 days)

Adaptive Leadership (2 days)

Business Agility Accelerator (2 days)

Agile Design and Architecture (2 days)

Agile Facilitation and Iteration Management (3 days)

Design Thinking and UX Workshop (2 days)

Agile Programming Techniques (3 days)

Agile Project Management (2 days)

Introduction to Agile (eLearning)

Agile Testing (2 days)

Certified Agile Project Management (3 days)

Agile Test Automation (2 days)

Foundation of DevOps (2 days)

Our courses are designed to ensure you gain a full appreciation for Agile. Not only that, we are a founding partner of the Agile Academy and are the largest provider of ICAgile accredited courses globally.

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COURSES

INTRODUCTION TO AGILE

AGILE FUNDAMENTALS

BUSINESS AGILITY ACCELERATOR

DESIGN THINKING AND UX WORKSHOP

INTRODUCTION TO AGILE (ELEARNING)

CERTIFIED AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Duration: 1 day

Duration: 3 days

Duration: 2 days

Duration: 2 days

Duration: Self-paced

Duration: 3 days + 4 hours self-paced eLearning

What is Agile and how does it work? This course is designed for those with limited experience, to provide you with an introduction to the Agile approach. You’ll look at the underlying philosophy and motivation for the Agile way of working and examine the core values, principles, practices and techniques that encompass Agile. This course will give you hands-on experience of what it means to work and think in an Agile manner.

Keen to know what Agile is all about? If you’re new to the Agile world and need a solid introduction to the Agile way of thinking, and doing – this course is a perfect fit. This program examines the roles and responsibilities of team members working on Agile projects. It delves into the specific practices used on Agile projects, explains the theory and concepts behind the Agile approach, and prepares you to work confidently and effectively in an Agile environment.

This unique program offers an intense, strategic appreciation for top management to understand the ingredients to create an Agile organisation that is responsive to value creation in a disruptive environment.

This Design Thinking and UX Workshop has been developed by the Collab Folks. In this program you will be introduced to the world of Design Thinking and User Experience (UX) and will get to know about different disciplines involved in the process of making a valuable experience. Unlock your creative potential and start building your toolkit to integrate the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, and the requirements for business success by making more desirable solutions for your products.

This eLearning course provides you with an independent introduction to and overview of Agile. You’ll learn why the Agile mindset is essential to the success of an Agile adoption in an organisation. You’ll cover the core Agile practices and how Scrum, eXtreme Programming and Kanban work. You’ll also learn the typical roles in an Agile team and the importance of effective communication and close collaboration among team members to deliver value to the customer.

Learning outcomes:

Learning outcomes:

Agile organisations put a strong emphasis on selforganising teams, however, it is beneficial for one or more people on the team to have skills in helping the team work more cohesively, communicate more effectively, and support the team through leadership and facilitation. This is especially true in more complex environments where there is a need for coordination across programs with multiple streams of work. This course will prepare you to contribute as a team member on an Agile project and to provide the leadership needed to span teams and contribute at a leadership level.

By the end of this course you will understand:

By the end of this course you will be able to understand:

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to understand: • The business value of adopting Agile approaches • The background, core practices and philosophies behind this way of working • The four-phase approach of: Concept, Initiate, Deliver, Deploy • Organisational and people challenges, and how these can be overcome • The opportunities that the Agile approach brings to the software/solutions development process

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to understand: • The background to participating in an Agile project • The roles and responsibilities of a typical Agile project team • The various tools available to Agile teams to facilitate the project • How Agile teams cooperate and collaborate to deliver business value • How discipline and standards contribute to agility

This practical workshop is designed by executives for executives and will help you to speed your business up, to focus on what’s important, reduce waste and red tape and, most importantly, deliver value to your business and your customers. Business Agility Accelerator is essential for leaders to jumpstart learning on how to thrive in uncertainty and create organisational success.

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to understand: • The mindset and culture that business agility instils • A model for change that is based on current management thinking and human dynamics • The techniques to help examine and improve your work practices • How to define your customer(s) and how you add value to them • How to treat everything as an experiment, with a value test and hypothesis that is either validated or disproved with real empirical data • How to use value stream maps, Kanban values, principles and practices, A3s and lean thinking to eliminate waste and create space for innovation

Intended for:

Intended for:

Managers, Project Managers, Business Analysts, User Managers and Executives responsible for software development. Team Leaders, Developers, Quality Assurance/Quality Control/Testers. Business SMEs and customers and clients who use software services.

Team members starting out in Agile projects, Project Managers entering the Agile environment and Managers of teams involved in Agile development.

Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Intended for:

Accredited with:

Anyone who wants to bring innovation and continuous improvement into their work.

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Prerequisites:

ICAgile, PMI (21 PDUs)

• Who are our users? How do we find out more about their needs? • How do we turn user research insights into design strategies? • How can we test and validate our designs objectively?

Intended for: Team members interested in the Digital User Experience Design. The team is encouraged to bring in participants from other departments (e.g. customer success, operations).

Prerequisites: A basic understanding of design.

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What agility is The genesis and evolution of Agile The philosophy of Agile What the Agile mindset is The key Agile practices Several popular Agile methods (Scrum, eXtreme Programming, Kanban) • The typical roles in an Agile team • How an Agile team works to deliver value

Intended for: Team members becoming involved in Agile development: Project Managers entering the Agile environment, Managers of teams involved in Agile development and anyone interested in beginning their Agile journey.

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course.

What is included?

By the end of this course you will be able to understand: • The background to and the driving forces for taking an Agile approach to value-driven development • The core practices and philosophies behind a number of Agile methodologies including, Scrum, XP, Lean, DSDM, SAFe etc. • How to apply tools and techniques to develop the project community, from structuring and coordinating self-organising teams to ensuring continuous feedback across all layers of the organisation • How to use Agile techniques to plan, track and monitor Agile projects, programs and portfolios • The importance of value-driven delivery and continuous customer and user feedback in increasing team effectiveness • How to apply a variety of Agile tools and techniques to provide a guidance and decisionmaking framework for self-organising Agile teams to ensure their continuous alignment to organisational goals

Intended for:

A willingness to challenge traditional thinking and a desire to deliver outcomes for the organisation.

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Accredited with:

Accredited with:

Prerequisites:

ICAgile, PMI (14 PDUs)

PMI (4 PDUs)

You will need to have a good understanding of Project Management to gain maximum benefit from attending this course.

Prerequisites:

90 days’ continuous access 200 minutes of learning material 92 learning units in 12 modules 50 quizzes

Learning outcomes:

Project Managers, Iteration Managers, ScrumMasters, Business Analysts, Managers and Executives.

Accredited with: ICAgile 8

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COURSES

FOUNDATION OF DEVOPS

THE AGILE BUSINESS ANALYST

AGILE PRODUCT OWNERSHIP

AGILE DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE

AGILE PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES

AGILE TESTING

Duration: 2 days

Duration: 3 days

Duration: 2 days

Duration: 2 days

Duration: 3 days

Duration: 2 days

In solving one problem, Agile has created a new bottleneck at the interface between development and operations teams, each having very different goals. DevOps has evolved as a way to bring these two teams together and accelerate the delivery of value to the users and customers. This course provides an overview of DevOps, including its history, the cultural changes required to effectively apply DevOps, and the practices that support the goals of DevOps. We explore continuous integration (CI), continuous delivery (CD), and the deployment pipeline that lies at the heart of DevOps.

How do you combine your analysis skills with Agile tools and techniques? If you’re a Business Analyst working in Agile projects, this course will help you understand how to operate in an Agile environment so that you’re better equipped to deliver value to your organisation. You’ll learn how to build the right products, for the right customers, at the right time, while reducing waste.

How do we ensure that the right product is built in the right way to most effectively solve the right business problem? Through this course, you will gain the techniques and tools to enable you to become an effective Product Owner who is equipped to guide product development and lead product ownership teams. You will also cover value management and why collaboration is so important to identifying the most important aspects and features of a product.

What does Agile mean for Architects and Designers? This course examines the values, principles and philosophy behind Agile architecture and design and looks at the technical leadership role needed through all phases of an Agile project. You’ll gain an applied understanding of the Agile approach to enterprise architecture, domain architecture and application architecture. This program addresses the Agile design principles and the role of the Architect and covers the principles of good architectures and design – continuous integration, delivery, deployment and DevOps.

Learn how to use Agile programming practices to create high quality systems. During this course you will gain hands-on experience and practice with tools and techniques for designing and implementing systems. You’ll apply specifications written in the form of user examples and unit tests to drive development with Test Driven Development (TDD), Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) and Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD). This is a great course for developers and technical testers wanting a better understanding along with the opportunity to practically apply Agile tools and techniques.

Are you a tester working on Agile projects? Adapt and enhance your existing testing skills and learn to work effectively as a professional tester on an Agile team. This course examines the application of testing in teams working on Agile projects, covers specific testing practices and techniques used on Agile projects, explains the theory and concepts behind the Agile testing approach and prepares team members to succeed in an Agile environment.

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to understand: • The background and mindset of DevOps • The practices of version control and configuration management that support DevOps • How test automation supports DevOps • The essentials of continuous integration (CI) • The principles and practices of continuous delivery (CD) • The deployment pipeline and its purpose • The challenges and support for managing infrastructure and databases • What changes to start making when first starting out with DevOps

Intended for: Managers, team members and anyone wanting to understand the case for and potential of DevOps.

Prerequisites: We recommend that you have completed some formal Agile training, such as our Agile Fundamentals course.

Accredited with: ICAgile

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to understand: • The responsibilities of product ownership and where the Business Analyst can contribute • The role of the Business Analyst in Agile software teams • How lightweight modelling techniques are used in Agile • How to derive user stories from analysis models such as process models, class diagrams, state transition diagrams and other tools of the analysis trade • How to integrate requirements management into an Agile software development process • How to utilise guidelines and practices for designing and deploying an effective Agile Business Analysis process

Intended for: Individuals who work in Agile projects doing Business Analysis tasks including: Business Analysts, Product Owners, Project Managers, Software Developers and those in Quality Assurance.

Prerequisites: This course builds on your existing knowledge of both Agile and Business Analysis – you need to have a good understanding of both to get the maximum benefit from attending this course. The skills you will need are covered in our Business Systems Analysis and Agile Fundamentals courses.

Accredited with: ICAgile, PMI (21 PDUs)

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to understand: • The roles and responsibilities involved in product ownership • How to help identify which products should be built to maximise business value using tools such as a purpose alignment model, Kano analysis, value stream mapping • How to build a product roadmap and link that to business outcomes • How to use personas and product design workshops to help define features and quality goals for building a product roadmap • The shape of a well-formed backlog and how to populate it progressively • Techniques such as story mapping, prioritisation and backlog grooming to build a release plan • How to use paper prototyping and usability heuristics to guide the design of the product • Stories for development on a just-in-time basis while ensuring the design principles and architectural guidelines are adhered to

Intended for: Those filling the roles of: Product Managers, Product Owners, Product Champions, Agile Customers and Subject Matter Experts.

Prerequisites: You will need to have completed formal Agile training such as our Agile Fundamentals course.

Learning outcomes:

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to understand:

• Create unit tests to test individual classes and modules in isolation • Safely refactor legacy code bases without breaking existing code • Drive design and development with unit tests using TDD and BDD • Write automated specifications and acceptance tests

• The background to testing in an Agile project and the roles and responsibilities of a typical Agile testing team • The definition of quality in an Agile project • The various tools available to Agile test teams to facilitate the testing of the project • The collaboration required for quality solutions • How discipline and standards contribute to agility • How to set up testing for success in an Agile team

Intended for:

Intended for:

Architects, Designers, Senior Developers and technical team members looking to understand their role and practices in an Agile environment.

Developers who wish to design and develop systems using Agile techniques and Technical Testers wanting a deeper understanding of TDD, BDD and ATDD.

Testers working in an Agile environment: Test Analysts, Test Engineers, Test Consultants, Test Managers, User Acceptance Testers, Software Developers, Project Managers, Managers of teams involved in Agile development.

Prerequisites:

Prerequisites:

You will need to have completed formal Agile training such as our Agile Fundamentals course and have at least 12 months’ experience working in an Agile team.

You will need to have completed formal Agile training such as our Agile Fundamentals course, and a working knowledge of Java or C# is a must.

By the end of this course you will be able to understand: • The values, principles and philosophy behind Agile design and architecture • How to apply Enterprise Architecture principles in an Agile manner • How to perform Agile modelling and Agile domain modelling • Agile solution design and application design • How to provide technical leadership through all the Agile project phases

Intended for:

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to:

Accredited with: Accredited with: ICAgile

ICAgile

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course unless you plan to take the ISTQB Foundation Level Extension – Agile Tester Certification exam. If you wish to sit the exam you will need the ISTQB Foundation Certification in Software Testing. You can get this by taking our ISTQB Foundation in Software Testing course.

Accredited with: ICAgile, ISTQB

Accredited with: ICAgile

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COURSES

AGILE TEST AUTOMATION

AGILE COACHING

ADAPTIVE PROGRAM AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT

AGILE FACILITATION AND ITERATION MANAGEMENT

AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT

AGILE FOR EXECUTIVES

Duration: 2 days

Duration: 3 days

Duration: 3 days

Duration: 3 days

Duration: 2 days

Duration: 1/2 day

Would automation add value to your test team? This course examines the application of automated testing in teams working in an Agile environment. It delves into the specific automation practices and techniques used on Agile projects, explains the theory and concepts behind the Agile automation approach and will help to free up more time which can be directed to higher value testing activities.

Are you an experienced Agile practitioner moving into a coaching role? The course is designed just for you. This program is deeply experiential, immersing you in hands-on coaching exercises to reinforce coaching theory. You’ll gain the skills needed to be an effective coach and mentor to bring the best out in the teams you support – and help your team achieve maximum benefit from your Agile transformation.

How do you decide which initiatives to invest in, how much to invest, and when to stop investing? In today’s fast-paced business environment there is a need for an adaptive, responsive approach to managing the pipeline of work to be done. This means constantly measuring the investment against the potential and actual returns and rapidly changing direction without disrupting the flow of the organisation. This course looks at enterprise value management, in the context of portfolios and programs, to ensure organisational resources are being spent in the most effective way.

Are you a ScrumMaster or Iteration Manager looking to improve your facilitation skills? Learn how collaborative workshops can be planned, organised and run; and how each team member can contribute to achieving maximum effectiveness – while identifying potential pitfalls and how to avoid and address them. This program will also assist you in addressing aspects of your role to build capability across the wider team.

Want to improve the success rate of your projects? This course will help you learn the skills, techniques and mindset needed to manage projects using an Agile approach. You’ll learn how to collaborate with stakeholders and support self-organising teams in continuously adjusting and refining their efforts to increase efficiency and effectiveness.

Are you an executive wanting better business outcomes? Explore how Agile can make a real difference to your organisation. Designed specifically for Executives and Managers, this highly interactive course provides an overview of Agile values and principles. You’ll examine the core practices and techniques of Agile development, and understand how it can be applied and what it can do for your business.

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to understand: • The background to test automation in an Agile project • The roles and responsibilities for automation in a typical Agile testing team • The various tool frameworks available to Agile teams to facilitate the testing of the project • How discipline and standards contribute to effective automation • How to use underlying tools and technologies commonly used by Agile teams

Intended for: Test Analysts in Agile projects and Analysts. Developers and Technical Testers interested in test automation should consider our Agile Programming Techniques course.

Prerequisites: An understanding of fundamental Agile concepts and an understanding of fundamental testing concepts are necessary for you to get the maximum benefit from attending this course. A suggested lead-in is our Agile Fundamentals course.

Accredited with:

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to understand: • The mindset and role of the Agile Coach • Techniques to coach and communicate effectively • How to mentor and coach people • What is needed to effectively start up an Agile team • Techniques to help grow and develop teams

Intended for: Anyone working on an Agile project who aspires to the role of Agile Coach.

Prerequisites: You will need to have completed formal Agile training such as our Agile Fundamentals course and have 12 months’ experience working in an Agile team.

Accredited with: ICAgile

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to understand: • The roles and responsibilities involved in portfolio management • A variety of techniques for identifying value in an initiative • Ways to identify metrics that matter to help make effective investment decisions • How to align outcomes from an initiative with organisational strategy, and how strategy needs to be adaptive • How to build a value model to help guide investment decisions • How to visualise and present a portfolio using portfolio Kanban • When and how to adapt the flow of work, knowing when to invest more, when to pause and when to stop • The impact that portfolio decisions have and how they are propagated to the delivery teams

Intended for: Those filling the Portfolio Manager, Program Manager, Project Manager, Product Manager, Product Owner, Product Champion or Agile Customer role.

ICAgile

Prerequisites: You will need foundation knowledge of Agile and it is valuable for you to have an understanding of the Agile Product Owner roles and responsibilities.

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to understand: • The value of facilitation skills in collaborative work environments • How to apply a variety of tools and techniques and the context in which they are useful • How to facilitate the various Agile work practices • The role of the Iteration Manager (ScrumMaster) and how it can help collaborative teams on their Agile journey

Intended for: Those filling the roles of Product Manager, Product Owner, Product Champion, Agile Customer, and Subject Matter Expert. And those that form part of the extended team of people supporting the Product Owner including: Technical Architects, UX Designers, Business Analysts, IV & V Specialist Testers, and Auditors.

Prerequisites: You will need to have completed formal Agile training such as our Agile Fundamentals course and have at least 6-12 months’ experience working in an Agile team.

Accredited with: ICAgile

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to understand:

Learning outcomes:

• The background to and the driving forces for taking an Agile approach to software and/or solutions development • The core practices behind a range of Agile methods • How to apply a number of tools and techniques, from structuring and coordinating selforganising teams to ensuring continuous feedback across all layers of the organisation • How to use Agile techniques to plan, track and monitor projects, programs and portfolios • The importance of value-driven delivery and continuous customer and user feedback in increasing team effectiveness • How to apply a guidance and decision making framework for self-organising Agile teams to ensure their continuous alignment with organisational goals

By the end of this course you will be able to understand:

Intended for:

Prerequisites:

Managers, Executives, Business Analysts, Project Managers, Team Leaders and Developers responsible for software and solutions development, and Iteration Managers and ScrumMasters working on Agile projects.

There are no prerequisites for this course.

• The background to Agile and the advantages of this approach to product development • The core practices and philosophies behind a number of specific Agile methodologies • The organisational and people opportunities the Agile approach brings • How the application of Agile methods can produce products that are better, faster and cheaper than before

Intended for: Managers and Executives inside and outside of information technology teams who want to understand what Agile practices mean for them and their organisation.

Prerequisites: You will need to have completed formal Agile training such as our Agile Fundamentals course and have an understanding of project management as performed in software development environments.

Accredited with: ICAgile, PMI (14 PDUs)

Accredited with: ICAgile 12

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COURSES

ADAPTIVE LEADERSHIP

ACCREDITATION

Duration: 2 days Are you an adaptive leader? This experiential workshop is designed to help resolve the most pressing and perplexing challenges leaders face. It will help you to break through obstacles, and continuously learn, adapt and develop new capabilities to thrive in complex, competitive and challenging environments where there are no easy answers. You’ll engage in a learn-by-doing methodology to explore scenarios and apply techniques to envision and design the future, while experiencing new ways of thinking and working in teams. This unique program is designed to help leaders drive organisational change and create learning organisations of the future.

Project Management Institute (PMI) We are a registered education provider for the Project Management Institute. Many of our courses are accredited by PMI and contribute Professional Development Units (PDUs) towards project management certification requirements. A number of our team were also involved in the review of PMI’s ‘BA Best Practice Guide’. International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB) We are an accredited training provider for the International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB). International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile) We are the largest accredited training provider for the International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile) globally. In addition to individual course certifications, ICAgile has created an education roadmap for all Agile specialties.

Learning outcomes: By the end of this course you will be able to:

Intended for: Anyone in, or aspiring to be in, leadership roles, with a willingness to challenge the status quo and embrace change.

SoftEd’s courses mapped to ICAgile’s learning pathways are shown below:

The Agile Business Analyst/ Agile Product Ownership

Agile Program and Portfolio Management

Agile Project Management

Agile Program and Portfolio Management

Agile Facilitation and Iteration Management

Agile Coaching

Agile Programming Techniques

Agile Design and Architecture

Agile Testing

Agile Test Automation

Prerequisites: A willingness to challenge traditional thinking and a desire to deliver outcomes for the organisation.

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ICAgile Business Agility Track

Business Agility Accelerator

Agile Fundamentals

• Understand adaptive leadership and the attributes of an adaptive leader • Understand the growth mindset and culture required for adaptive leadership • Understand the adaptive framework and systems thinking • Understand how (and why) to orchestrate creative conflict • Develop skills for impacting change and managing uncertainty • Increase awareness and perspective to lead, innovate and mobilise change • Recognise adaptive versus technical problems and how to solve each • Understand how to create an environment where everyone can achieve their full potential • Learn how an adaptive leadership approach can be used to reframe • Adapt with confidence in the face of disequilibrium, ambiguity and uncertainty

Foundations of DevOps

ICAgile Value Management Track ICAgile Delivery Management Track ICAgile Agile Coaching Track ICAgile Agile Engineering Track ICAgile Agile Testing Track ICAgile DevOps Track

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