Saturday, 21—Sunday, 22 July Who Should Attend This course is intended for petroleum, production, completion, and reservoir engineers, geologists and field operation staff who are familiar with the fracturing process and interested in measuring reservoir properties, hydraulic fracturing design, treatment and interpretation, and production data analysis.
Exclusive forum access where participants can share their learned and practical experiences.
We are committed to make you ready for the examination by supporting regular interaction on forum and on clarification sessions. You will also get support through the journey of training right up to certification using: The goal of the course is to explore agile based development and developing understanding of how agile based project management is different from traditional project management.
Our course includes lessons for Kanban, scrum, lean and how to mix traditional project management practices with agile. What is Agile— Understanding of agile values and principles and also the need of agility in current business environment.
When to use agile— This lesson explores how to select software development method based on project characteristics. Knowing and Using Kanban-Learn how to implement Kanban practices in software development projects using information radiators in projects and Improving flow of development work Introduction of Scrum— Conceptual learning and understanding of Scrum including detailed study of Scrum roles, ceremonies, artifacts User Stories— A tool used for trawling requirement in agile projects.
What are user stories and how to write a good user story? Agile Estimation— This lesson takes us to the black art, art of estimating the software project work, discusses agile sizing and estimation techniques. Also discusses estimation game and planning poker.
Value Based Prioritization— The lesson discusses all about prioritization- what features built in next iteration, discuss various models to assist PO to groom the product backlog.
Agile Planning— The lesson talks about agile planning, two levels of planning-release and iteration are explored including velocity estimates, release date identification.
Agile Monitoring— Once planning is done we need monitoring and adaptation. This lesson discusses release and iteration level monitoring of agile projects. Retrospective— Retrospective is one of the most important steps in an agile methodology. It helps in adapting and improving the process.
It discusses retrospective meeting and meeting structure. Extreme Programming— Learn about Extreme programming values and practices. Lesson also underline differences in Kanban and Scrum.
Communication— The lesson covers how agile communication is more about communication facilitation rather than management.
Risk Management— Risk Management, risk response strategies, and organic risk management are discussed in details. Governance— The lesson deals with organization level governing structure for agile project, we discuss possible matrices and PMO in this lesson. Soft Skills— Highlights are the soft zone of agile coach and team.
Discusses the significance of power of listening, emotional intelligence skills, and conflict management. Doing Projects in Agile— This lesson talks about how to initiate, plan, execute, monitor, and close the project. How Roles Changes in Agile— This lesson covers information about how key result areas of developers, project managers, business analyst, PMO, tester, system architects etc.
Extended Learning Materials— Approx. In general, weeks duration is enough if you can invest hours per week. Do you provide certificates for 21 Contact Hours? Yes, we do provide a course completion certificate or 21 PDUs in PDF format, after the completion of online course and assessment test.
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