Benchmark Six Sigma is Accredited training Provider of Exemplar Global (previously RABQSA), a member of ASQ family. Exemplar Global provides global recognition for our Green Belt, Black Belt and Master Black Belt programs
Is this program suitable for an agile coach?
Yes. An Agile Coach, first must be an Agile Leader.
What is Agile Culture?
An agile organizational culture is an environment with core values, behaviours and practices, which enables all levels of an organisation to better adapt to cultural, strategic, and other changes.
What is agile transformation?
Agile transformation is a sustained organization-wide process of transforming an organization to embrace and thrive in a flexible, nimble, collaborative, self-organizing and fast changing environment.
What is the goal of Agile approach?
As per Project Management Institute (PMI), the goal of the Agile approach is to create early, measurable ROI through defined, iterative delivery of product increments.
Are Agile & Scrum same?
Agile and Scrum are project management approaches which are often conflated. Agile project management is a project philosophy that takes an iterative approach towards the completion of a project. This helps in achieving organizational agility. Agility is the goal while Scrum and other project management methodologies explain “how” to implement this Agile philosophy.
What are the learning objectives of this course?
The course covers Agile tools and concepts, as well as various new management concepts that deliver in today’s times.
Are important areas in managing teams, covered in this program?
Yes. Self-organizing Agile teams are keystones to success in Agile culture. Leadership is meant to be light-touch and adaptive for providing direction. Leaders should create an environment where team members feel empowered to collectively make decisions for successful completion their work.
Very well crafted and delivered the course on Agile methodologies, with practical applications for real-world problems. Thoroughly enjoyed it!
It was a great experience – learning from VK sir and the group of industry veterans. An eye-opener in many areas, with the appropriate examples and case studies.