International Consortium For Agile Certified Professional – Part Two
This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of agile methodologies, along with effective strategies for promoting better teamwork across your team.
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A team is more than just a group of individuals who share a space. A true team is a group of individuals with complementary skills who are working together towards a shared goal.
In this course, you will gain the skills necessary to help your team reach their highest potential. First, you will learn effective strategies for promoting better teamwork across your team. Next, you will discover the benefits of accurately communicating your team’s progress both inside and outside of your team, as well as learn techniques for doing so. Finally, you will explore how to encourage your team to take on a more self-organizing stance and learn what changes must occur in your organization to support this new level of self-organization.
When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of agile team leadership needed to help your team take control of their own destiny, as well as to enable them to make a more meaningful impact inside of your organization.
What you’ll learn:
By the end of this course, you’ll have the skills necessary to help your team transition from a group of individuals who simply share a space to a truly cohesive and high-performing unit.
Course requirements and prerequisites:
This is the second course in the series, please see the previous course.
Who this course is for:
IT professionals, Managers, Ambitious students.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned agile methodologies and their application and use it to your organization.
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Section 1 - Enabling Collaboration Across Your Team
Creating A Collaborative Environment For Your Team
Understanding The Challenges Of A Large Team
Finding The Right Size For Your Team
Designing Your Workspace To Encourage Collaboration
Working With Distributed Teams
Section 2 - Creating A Shared Understanding
Identifying The Knowledge That’s Present On Your Team
Capturing And Sharing Explicit Knowledge
Disseminating Tacit Knowledge Effectively
Section 3 -Communicating Your Team's Progress
Creating An Environment Of Greater Transparency
Sharing The Progress Your Team Has Made
Planning For Your Teams Long-Term Progress
Understanding Your Team’s Throughput
Sharing Information With Information Radiators
Section 4 - Growing Self-Organizing Teams
Describing The Traits Of A Self-organizing Team
Comparing Self-organizing Teams To Management-Led Teams
Understanding How The Tuckman Model Applies To Self-organization
Differentiating Between Self-Managed And Self-Directed Teams
Busting The Myths Of Self-Organization
Avoiding The Pitfalls That Can Afflict Self-Organizing Teams
Section 5 - Shifting Your Organization's Perceptions
Plotting Your Organization’s Agile Journey
Understanding Your Organization’s Agile Shift
Improving The Chances Of Success Of Your Agile Adoption
Helping Managers Find Their Place In An Agile World
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