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Last day of registration:

15th July 2021

For the full course:

Lesson for current intake starts on

16th July 2021

This course is designed for project managers, product owners, business analysts, team leaders and working professionals who are getting ready to embark on an Agile journey.

  • Understand the fundamental principles of Scrum and key Agile practices, as well as how they work into a VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous) environment.

  • Gain mastery of key Scrum principles to help you lead successful projects.

  • An experiential learning journey with hands-on practice on user stories, scrum planning, retrospective and review.

  • Expand job opportunities in all industries that are using Agile at work.

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Head of Agile Transformation for Yara Crop & Digital Solutions

  • He holds multiple certifications from renowned Agile institutes and has played many roles ranging from project manager, scrum master, training manager and transformation lead.

  • His training style focuses on making Agile concepts relatable to participants and bringing these practices back into their professional and personal life.

  • He has personally applied Agile principles from his career to his own wedding to illustrate the values of Agile beyond software development.

  • He has years of experience in both corporate and start-up cultures, enabling him to provide feedback for different situations.

  • As a mentor for his university alumni, he is deeply passionate in coaching and giving back to the community where possible.

Course Outline

9.30 AM

AM Session:

Intro to Agile, Kanban, Scrum

• Waterfall vs Agile

• Why is Agile important in today’s world

• Agile Fundamentals – Agile Values, Agile Principles

• Benefits of using Agile

Overview of Kanban Framework and Process

12.30 PM

• Kanban – Why and How?

• Kanban metrics

• How do you apply it to your daily life and work?

• Break out session – Miroboard (Activity on WIP)

Lunch break

1.30 PM

PM Session:

Overview of Scrum Framework

• Different roles in a Scrum Team

• Specifics of a Scrum Master Role

• Scrum Master engagement with Stakeholders

Scrum Process

• Scrum Events

• Scrum Process – Sprint Planning, Review, Retro, Daily Scrum

• Intro to scaling Scrum

• Break out session – Miroboard (Activity)

5.30 PM

Career Opportunities:

• Introduce different Agile tools

• Agile facilitators - Career Opportunities

• Q&A

Course Admission Requirement

Basic Digital Literacy (Microsoft)

Fluent in spoken and written English 

Experience with teamwork and projects

Business Meeting

Course Scope

Scrum is a framework for managing complex tasks that emphasizes collaboration, communication, and efficiency. In line with agile concepts, it enables teams to self-organize and adapt to changes quickly. This course guides participants on how to use the Agile methodology to improve productivity in project management. Interactive case study, mini-project simulations, role plays, quizzes are all part of the curriculum.

Availability of resources

Reading Matreraisl

Scrum Guide

Virtual tools: Miro, Mural, Jira, Trello

Course Fee

SGD 250 (O.P. 998)

Post Masterclass Review

"Great walkthrough for the homework assignment and leaving us plenty of options to explore the material more in-depth by ourselves."

"It covered a wide range of the basics of Python and provided relevant examples to explain. The overall presentation and contents are easy to understand and easy to pick up. 

Looking forward to more complex and flexible usage of Python in data analysis."

"The lessons on Bloomberg and other databases are really useful for me. Even though I cannot have any hands-on experiences by using Bloomberg Terminals, these knowledge and demonstration can help a lot to build a good foundation for my future career!"

"Personally, I find the lessons interesting as it shows us the approach in which consultants uses to solve problems. The live session with Mike's sharing also helps us to know more about the consulting industry, which can be quite difficult to do so unless you know someone in the industry itself."


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