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JBI's Agile training course are to give the delegate an insight into the Agile/Scrum Project Management philosophy, and how it can be applied by various members of the project team.
Using the fundamentals of the Scrum product development methodology and Agile Project Management approach, the course will introduce delegates to Agile concepts and demonstrate how it can be used to deliver Scrum projects, with the fast pace, change and empowerment provided by Agile.
The course is interactive, with presentation sessions interspersed with group exercises and discussions.
Capturing Acceptance Criteria
Definition of Done
Relative Size Estimation
Responding to Change
Stories into Tasks
Grooming the Backlog
Tracking and Reporting
Test Driven Development
Scrum Simulation to end
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