Agile Coaching | cPrime Lunch & Learn's | by Kevin Thompson





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Published on Jun 22, 2011

cPrime conducts short Lunch and Learn sessions for clients who wish to learn about the basics and impacts of agile processes.

Our Introduction to Scrum is an interactive presentation that explains the drivers, benefits, and practices of a Scrum process. It also provides guidance about when to use Scrum, and when to use other processes.

The presentation covers the three Scrum Roles, the three Scrum artifacts, and the five Scrum time-boxes. It is intended for any audience that wants to know what Scrum is, how it works, and when to use it for planning and executing work. Clients should allow approximately 90 minutes for this presentation.

Our Executive Briefing on Agile Development is an interactive presentation that provides a brief overview of Scrum, along with best practices, tools, and challenges associated with the adoption of a Scrum process. It addresses organizational impact, distributed teams, agile leadership, and techniques and metrics for agile transformations, at a level appropriate for executives and managers.

The purpose of the presentation is to provide a sense for what the audience members and their organizations will experience, and need to do, when they transition to an agile Scrum process. Clients should allow approximately three hours for this presentation.

Our Lunch and Learn sessions provide tremendous value for very little investment in time. They provide an excellent introduction to the practices and issues that organizations, managers, and executives face when introducing an agile process.

To learn more about our lunch and learn sessions or to set up a lunch and learn at your company please contact us at learn@cprime.com. Visit us at http://www.cprime.com


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