The Agile Mindset: Developing Agile Culture and Mindset


Many organizations leverage a waterfall methodology, where technology analysts interview business stakeholders to collect requirements for a new idea or product. This can be a long, arduous cycle where key decision-makers are hard to engage, development immediately follows, completing months or years later, only to find that requirements have changed or were misinterpreted. Agility is not about adherence to any set of practices of a specific framework. It is a mindset, a culture, and a way of thinking about responding to change in our organizations today. Adopting Agile is fundamentally about making a cultural shift.

Want to know what agile is all about? If you are new to the agile world and need a solid introduction to the agile way of thinking and doing – The Agile Mindset course is a perfect fit. Ideal for both business and technical teams, this course examines the roles and responsibilities of team members working in an agile way. It delves into the specific practices used in agile projects, explains the theory and concepts behind the agile approach, and prepares you to work confidently and effectively in an agile environment. You will learn about the structure for defining value to ensure you and your teamwork on the right product at the right time for the right customer. This course covers the philosophy, values, principles, and background of the Agile methodology.

  • Understand the Background & Mindset Required to Participate in an Agile.
  • Understand the Roles and Responsibilities of a Typical Agile Team.
  • Understand the Scrum Values and Principles.
  • Understand the Different Between Waterfall and Agile Approach.
  • Understand the Importance of Having A Growth Mindset.
  • Understand all the 3 Empirical of Scrum Pillar.
  • Understand all the Scrum Events.
  • Understand all the Scrum Artifacts to Maximize Transparency of Key Information.
  • Understand the Definition of Done [DoD].
  • Participate in an Agile workplace.
  • Identify and understand the roles and responsibilities of a typical Agile team.
  • Utilise various tools available to Agile teams to facilitate conversation about priorities.
  • Understand How Agile teams cooperate and collaborate to deliver business value.
  • Implement Agile Framework -Scrum in their work environment.
  • Adapt to a working environment with a growth mindset to increase productivity.

This course is essentially participative and practical, emphasizing learning through experience, both from structured activities on the program e.g., role plays, group work, engagement activities, discussion from individual’s experience and focus group before and after the session.


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