Agile Webinar - Developing Effective Agile Release and Sprint Plans
Please join us for our next 2 webinars where we will be partnering with the International Institute of Learning (IIL) on different agile topics.
April 19 - Developing Agile Sprint and Release Plans
Developing Agile Sprint and Release Plans
The causes of the majority of failed projects can be traced to poor definition and understanding of requirements. Prioritization of requirements and flexibility to adapt to changing requirements are essential for effective development in the Agile environment. Understanding how to adapt and adjust while maintaining strategic alignment is critical to long-term success.
Release plans have become increasingly prevalent in Agile practices and can assist in overall organization and structure of a Scrum project. The Scrum team should understand the vision and the key drivers for delivering value to the customer.
The sprint plan is the key building block of an Agile project. Establishing proper sprint plans is a critical Scrum artifact to ensure that value is delivered quickly and that the team velocity is consistent and meets customer expectations. Given the short time span of sprints (1-4 weeks), it is imperative that the team knows in advance exactly what they will work on in order to minimize waste.
This webinar will assist you in how to create a release plan as well as the process for developing sprint
plans for your Agile project.
After this one-hour session, learners will be able to:
- Define what a release plan is and how it should be developed
- Establish the sprint plan process to develop the Sprint Backlog
Roy Brewer, PMP, MSM, USAF Master Instructor, USAF Master Technician
Roy is a Project, Program and Portfolio Management senior trainer and consultant with over thirty years of practical performance and extensive successful management experience. His project management, information technology, business analysis, organizational development, and strong leadership experiences highlight these skills obtained working with a variety of industries on complex projects. Roy has also outstanding communication, leadership, and presentation skills.
5:50 PM to 6:00 PM - Meeting Opens
6:00 PM to 6:45 PM - Presentation
6:45 PM to 7:00 PM - Q&A/End meeting
There are no refunds for this meeting.
Ways of Working (Technical) 1.0
PDUs for this webinar will be self-reported. 1.0 Ways of Working (Technical). Instructions for self-reporting can be found on the Agile Program page under FAQs.
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