Agile Boot Camp

Agile Boot Camp

Due to the ongoing pandemic, we have delayed this class. If you want to be notified when it is rescheduled, please send a note to Otherwise, please periodically check this page for updates.

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Agile N2N is excited to conduct this full-day agile boot camp to orient people to the Agile mindset by sharing real-world agile knowledge, experience, and techniques learned while helping Nokia, HERE Technologies, Verizon, CUNA, Moody’s Clarivate, OCC and SynnovWhat in their agile transformations. The program includes post-class assistance in becoming a member of the Agile community, resume update, placement counseling, and coaching.


Small, interactive, tailored classes to meet students’ needs


  • People new to Agile
  • People who need a deep understanding of Agile to support an individual, team, or enterprise transformation
  • People from organizations whose Agile journey is faltering
  • Experienced Agilists interested in continuing their growth and in learning techniques to help other individuals and teams become Agile


Date: Friday, March 20, 2020
Time: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Location: 1755 Park Road, Suite 200, Naperville,IL
Cost: $600 – 50% discount for persons paying on their own

*Lunch and refreshments will be provided*

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  • A desire to grow through learning
  • An open mind to new ideas
  • No other prior Agile experience or knowledge required

Course Objectives – provide an understanding of

  • The impact of traditional development culture on a company’s value proposition; customer, employee, and stakeholder satisfaction; employee retention; and costs
  • Agile culture and mindset
    • Role of management – senior, middle, and first-line
    • Role of project management
    • Teams
    • Role of individual contributors
    • Safety to enable experimentation, learning, and growth
  • How becoming agile resolves issues with traditional development and becomes a means of competitive advantage
  • Agile corporate
  • Project management models that support agility – scrum and kanban, as examples
    • Techniques and models
    • Project planning
    • Roles and responsibilities
    • Activities
    • Tools
    • Metrics
  • Beginning and sustaining the agile journey

Typical Agenda – customized for each class

  • Introductions and level-setting (Team forming, storming, and norming)
  • Agile Manifesto and Principles
  • Class Project

    • Agile Project Management – Scrum
      • Roles – Product Owner, Team, Scrum Master, stakeholders, support organizations, and others
      • Artifacts – stories, epics, backlog, plan, scrum board, documentation, and others
      • Events – planning, scrum, demos, retrospectives, and others
      • Estimating
      • Estimating
      • Cycles
  • Agile Project Management – Kanban
    • Roles
    • Artifacts
    • Events
    • Cycles

For More Information or Questions

Please reach out to:

Shashi Singh

Alan Berow

Asha Shibu  –

Agile N2N concluded its third Agile Boot Camp on Jan 25th with participants representing a variety of industries and roles. Four days of training were compressed into one day by employing a high level of interaction and workshops. Students are able to immediately apply and realize benefits from what they learned.