Times: 8:30 am — 4:30 pm
Location: 185 Main Street, New Britain, CT 06051
If you are a CT manufacturing company with less than 2000 employees, not receiving other funding, you may qualify for 50% funding by the CT Dept. of Labor. Complete the DOL Form and email to email@example.com for approval.
We are waiting for funding approval beyond 3/31
Industry 4.0 Agile & Scrum Methodology Overview
If you are a CT manufacturing company with less than 2000 employees, not receiving other funding, you may qualify for 50% funding by CT DOL. Class size is limited.
The Connecticut Technology Talent Advisory Committee of DECD reports that experience with agile software methods is one of the crucial skills where employers are hiring. Agile approach to software project management is driven by a belief that this style of software development is more customer-centric and improves team collaboration. Although agile was slow to start, its adoption has been growing very quickly over the last five years. Scrum has now become the most popular application of agile methods. This hands-on interactive workshop will introduce the core principles of agile software methodology and their practical applications in scrum-driven projects. The target audience is software developers, project managers and executives. Previous experience (participation, leadership, management) with team-based projects is preferred. No programming/coding experience is required.
Values of Agile
- Agile advantages and best practices
Benefits of Agile
- Should I switch to Agile?
- Productivity with Scrum and Agile
Different Roles in a Scrum Team
- Software Developers, Project Managers, Analysts and Executive roles on the team
Game-centric Scrum Simulation
- Everyone can participate
- No coding required
Benefits of Using Agile in other areas
- DevOps, Business Analytics and Big Data