One of the key reasons Agile should be adopted by businesses is because it can really boost an organization's innovation capabilities.
This two-day course delves deep into the Agile practices that enable organizations to better innovate. Innovation has become difficult to perform for a plethora of reasons; including more demanding customers, legacy systems and legacy mindsets.
We'll share best practice on how to drive innovation through a mix of short talks, videos and a lot of exercises.
This Product Innovation course is available as a private training session that can be delivered via Virtual Classroom or at a location of your choice in Australia.
Who should attend:
Whether you’re a manager, product owner, business analyst, software engineer, agile coach or scrum master, if you’re looking to get to grips with Agile innovation practices, then this course is for you.
What you'll learn:
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Describe what an innovation process is
- Unveil new and unmet customer needs
- Run hypotheses and experiments with MVPs
- Exploit the mechanisms of iterative delivery
- Continuously track success of your deliveries
- What it really is
- Why to embrace it
- Process vs. product innovation
- Innovation sources
- Unvoiced needs
- Value proposition canvas
- Business model canvas
- Customer outcomes vs. business outcomes vs. process outcomes
- Investment themes
- Services decomposition
- Clarity canvas
- Outcome roadmaps
- Release timelines
- Cumulative flow diagrams
- Lead time distributions
- Real time dashboards
- Agile teams
- Product ownership patterns
- Product backlog
- Iteration backlog
- Product backlog items
- Decomposition factors
- What is an MVP?
- MVT vs. MVP
- Cost of delay