Lean Software Development using Scrum and Kanban, Bengaluru

Lean Software Development using Scrum and Kanban, Bengaluru


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About The Event

Have you ever wondered why agile works? Do you want to go beyond the Agile Manifesto and examine the theoretical underpinnings of the agile movement? Get the facts on lean software development and explore tradeoffs in your own systems to optimize value flow to your stakeholders. Organizational goals today are defined by the need to eliminate waste and enhance productivity, thereby ensuring effective delivery of products and customer satisfaction. Lean, which was first adopted successfully by the production industry, is fast gaining acceptance in the software industry as a methodology which will help streamline processes and cut costs and deliver the value faster to Customers that matter most.


Lean-agile methods such as Scrum and Kanban aim to improve lead time and reduce bottlenecks, thus delivering goods on time without overshooting budgets or time considerations. AgileHTC’s intensive 16-Hours program will initiate you into the world of Lean, Scrum and Kanban. You will learn about the principles and frameworks that drive the methodology and how to successfully adopt them for better outcomes.


The topics included in this session will be: Waste in software, Value stream mapping, Lead time and Cycle time, Principles of applying Lean in Software Development and how teams must adopt the continuous improvement mindset and work in parallel with other teams to achieve perfection for organizational Business Agility. Not only will the participants understand the Lean principles, Scrum and Kanban in detail, they will be given workshops using real-world scenarios to simulate its use in their respective work environment. With the inherent principles like Eliminating Waste, Optimizing the Whole, and Continuous Improvement as part and parcel.




Who Should attend:


This workshop is apt for lean-agile leaders, enthusiasts, practitioners, coaches, managers and software development teams to embrace and improve on-going lean-agile initiative, company/team performance, culture and outcome,




Introduction & Expectations


Lean Overview


- Origin of Lean


- Lean or Agile?


- Lean-Agile Mindset


- How to be Lean?


- Lean-Agile Leadership


- Lean Product Development


Lean Game I




Importance of Lean Concepts


- Economics of Cost of Delay


- Value Flow Over Resource Optimization


- System Over Individual Optimization


- Decentralized Decision Making Over Command & Control


- Importance of Feedback Loops


- Managing Queues


- Batch Sizes


- The Queuing Theory


- Theory of Constraints (TOC)


Lean Game II




How to apply Lean Tools in Software Development


- Value Stream Mapping


- Visual Management


- Continuous Flow (Pull System & Synchronization)


- System Thinking


- 5 Whys


- Cause Effect Diagrams


- Stop the line


- Start Finishing, Stop Starting


- Continuous Improvement


Lean Game III




Lean Agile Frameworks


- Scrum vs Kanban vs Scrumban




Scrum is Lean


- Events


• Sprint Planning


• Backlog Refinement


• Daily Stand Up


• Sprint Review


• Sprint Retrospective


- Roles


• Product Owner


• Scrum Master


• Development Team


- Artifacts


• Product Backlog


• Sprint Backlog


• Potentially Ship-able Increment


- Rules


• Working Agreement


• Define Ready and Done


- Estimation


- Release Planning


- Requirements






- Why Kanban


- Kanban Principles and policies


- Kanban Boards and meetings


- How to apply WIP Limits?


- Managing and measuring flow


- How to handle urgent issues


- Kanban Metrics


- Tools for your toolbox




The Kanban Game


Lean Software Development Transformation using Lean Transformation Model






- Participants should have knowledge for Software Development Life Cycle.- 




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