Let's be agile – Understand and apply agile working

Program language

This program will be conducted in German.

 

Who should attend

All employees who want to expand their agile spectrum with Scrum and design thinking methods in order to lead internal as well as external projects to success with the principles of agility.

 

What you learn

Everybody is talking about agility. However, do we really understand the concept and mindset of agile projects? What does agility mean for companies? In this program, you will get to know agile principles, values as well as design thinking and Scrum methods – all this not only from a theoretical perspective but hands-on with practical exercises and case studies. You will learn to prepare for a fast changing world and to optimize your creativity through agile tools.

 

How you learn

Exciting, creative and future-oriented! As part of a team, you will experience the highs and lows, the opportunities and risks of agile projects in an interactive and practice-oriented way. You will receive valuable inputs and learn the basics of agility in a fun way. You will deal with the roots of agile project management and agile working methods as well as with the roles in a Scrum project. You will be able to classify the importance of agility for today's business environment.

 

Your benefits

In future, you will

  • understand and apply agile working methods
  • use design thinking as a tool for creativity and for generating new ideas
  • internalize the basics of Scrum in theory and practice

 

How to register

Click here to register in we.learn - the thyssenkrupp learning platform.

 

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Let's be agile – Understand and apply agile working

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Format
  • Duration

    2 days 

  • Date & location

    September 06-09, 2021 - Trainingszentrum Haus Rheinberg, Lorch/Rhein, Germany

  • Investment

    1,400 € (plus travel and accommodation costs)

  • Participants

    11 participants

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