Agile Master’s Program

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The objective of this Post Graduate Program in Agile Methodology is to provide you with a thorough understanding of agile approaches while also introducing you to the thumb rules, success measures, and difficulties of real-world agile implementation. Deliver enhanced product offerings by integrating DevOps, Creative Thinking, and the Agile Project Management concept with this Agile training program.

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Customized learning paths, 4x outcomes & completion rates; award-winning client support.

  • Globally RecognizedCertification is from ScrumAlliance and Scaled Agile.
  • Rs 12 lacs – 24 lacsAnnual average salary
  • Masters CertificationMasters Certification on course completion
  • 93+ Hours of Live online classes Learn from experienced instructors & high-quality e-learning



About the Program

+What are the course Objectives of the Agile Master’s Program?

The Agile Master training program aims to comprehend Agile's fundamental principles and create a transparent and collaborative atmosphere in which the team functions as a single entity. This course covers the principles and techniques that contribute to the effectiveness of Agile methodology. The training explores Agile principles through projects designed to support the learning process.

This workshop is aimed at those interested in becoming acquainted with or gaining a thorough understanding of Agile. This training helps teams adopt the Agile approach for any particular project to develop hardware or software.

This Agile Master online certification class teaches you how to deliver the products in functional stages, enhance collaboration, and establish a flexible approach that minimizes the effects of changes on project performance, cost, and schedule.

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize how the AGILE methodology can be utilized to deliver high-quality products.
  • Ensure that everyone on your team understands the roles of AGILE and understands the role of a scrum master.
  • Clarify the AGILE process for performing thorough analysis and assessment. Deep dive to leading SAFe concepts to manage projects at the enterprise level.
  • Understand PMI ACP concepts to enable your team to develop self-organization skills and take responsibility for the product backlog.
  • Learn how to allow your team to receive early feedback from customers on the progress of your product. Understand the right way to use Kanban boards.
  • You will learn about analytics, configuring JQL, dashboards, managing and controlling workflows, issue tracking, and bug fixing, and how to develop and maintain Jira projects.

+What skills you will gain from this Agile Masters Program?

  • While the AGILE design has been utilized in the software business for years, it is becoming more prevalent in the eLearning industry. It focuses on the development of flexible, customizable, and efficient eLearning courses.
  • The first stage in Agile Masters Program is to align with the learner's and organization's goals and priorities.
  • This can include a detailed assessment of the current Agile Master's Program, performance gaps.
  • After establishing a clear set of goals, expected results, and ambitions, it's necessary to bring resources and plan how you'll tackle the difficulties at hand.
  • The preliminary study builds an online activity, modules, or lesson that provides employees with all the required skills and understanding to enhance their productivity.
  • After that, you must proceed with executing the solution according to the timeframe you've established.
  • After that, you should establish how you will provide continuous support to your workforce. This will be accomplished by utilizing all of the available resources, including your employees, technology, and tools.
  • The Agile Master's Program includes scrum lessons, Kanban lessons, Jira lessons, SAFe lessons thus providing you skills in all these areas.

+What are the career benefits of Agile Master’s Program training?

Around 43% of businesses claim to use agile approaches within their operations. With a rising number of businesses implementing Agile methodologies, the demand for agile professionals continues to grow. The average salary for an Agile master is $87,000. While job titles, salaries, and demands differ for each organization, the vital role remains the same. These parameters may also be influenced by the scrum master's level of experience.

The compensation of an Agile master can vary based on your roles and expertise from company to firm. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPMCC), The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc., Humana, Inc., Fannie Mae Corporation, and Accenture Technical Services are the top recruiters of Agile masters.

With a growing number of businesses embracing agile methodologies, the demand for Agile Masters will only grow. Once certified as an Agile Master, you can transition into a Product Owner role or potentially be advanced to Manager.

There are numerous agile-based roles available, including an agile coach, professional Agile expert, highly skilled Agile master, and many others. Some of these roles are simply transferable, whereas others require specialized certifications.

+Why get a Master’s degree in Agile?

  • If you're planning a career switch or want to increase your existing one significantly, a Master's degree in Agile may be the solution.
  • The agile methodology simplifies technical requirements and plans to access whatever they need without being overwhelmed by unnecessary documentation.
  • By learning the agile process, you can increase your productivity and efficiency.
  • Agile is an excellent concept that has resulted in the development of a lot of extremely successful and beneficial methodologies.
  • This  Agile postgraduate program gives learners access to architecture for agile development, starting with theory and concluding with hands-on, industry-relevant initiatives and a work-based learning project that can be used to demonstrate your expertise to potential employers.
  • You can do 5 certification courses in one Master’s program with an exhaustive syllabus to become a real expert.

Learning Path

  • Course 1Online Classroom Flexi Pass
    • Certified Scrum Master
    • This CSM® certification program is designed to provide learners with a deeper understanding of Scrum methodologies and put them into practice. It assists you in gaining knowledge at par with a Certified ScrumMaster.
    • Upcoming Schedules
    Jul 10 - Jul 11
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    2 Sessions

    Jul 13 - Jul 16
    6:00 pm - 10:30 pm

    4 Sessions

    Jul 17 - Jul 18
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    2 Sessions

    • Course Content

    Defined Vs Empirical Process


    The course will educate all participants from the basics of agile software development. Hence it is important that one should understand agile as an empirical process against the waterfall approach which is a defined process.

    You will be taught to Plan, Execute, Check and then Adapt. Yes, CSM course begins with the detailed introduction to the iterative four-step approach.

    Introduction to Agile


    Learn the need for being agile in your software development projects. Understand the key concepts of the development using the agile approach which is driven by value. It is a well-organized project management process. Also, know how to embrace flexible planning methods. Become collaborative with the team, scrum master, and product owner.

    a) Trivia About Agile Methodology-

    In order to correct issues cropping up due to the waterfall method, a new development practice was introduced in 2001 by a set of people called as Agile Methodology. The main concept adapted in Agile is the iterative way. Development and testing happen in parallel to fix bugs at every stage. Set of software industry giants met in Snowbird, UT in 2000 to discuss this method. Then they decided to differentiate agile from the traditional method with some values and called them Agile Manifesto.

    b) Agile Framework – A Brief Overview

    Agile the iterative software development method follows many frameworks including the Scrum, Lean, Kanban, Extreme Programming, Feature-driven development etc. It is a big list and Scrum is the most commonly used framework. Every framework aims at making it lightweight and framing of a set of minimal rules. The aim of every framework being reaching the goal in an agile way. Yes, the iterative and incremental method is embraced with its own set of practices.

    For example, the scrum will focus on three roles to go through the development cycle. The scrum master who is the coach and the link who connects the team and the customer. The product owner is the SME who will know the customer need and will let the team know about the same. Finally, the team which includes developer and testers to work on the project. Scrum method follows daily meetings, sprints and sprint retrospective to check the status of the project regularly. Feedbacks are exchanged and modifications are done at every stage.

    c) Agile Manifesto 

    The set of values defined for Agile methodology is called Agile Manifesto. It was written in Feb 2001 by 17 independent software techies. There were several written among which 4 values were accepted by all which is given below.

    • The project can become successful when it depends on people than tools, and discussions must be encouraged than implementing hardcore
    • Working on the product should be encouraged than focussing on documentation.
    • Customer satisfaction is the key over negotiating the contract.
    • Reacting to the changes and not strictly following a plan.

    Every beginner must understand this basic underlying principle of Agile to kick start their career in agile.  Defining and describing these values with examples will allow learners to embrace the concept easily.

    d) Key Principles in Agile-

    The four Agile Manifesto gave birth to 12 agile principles.

    • Customer satisfaction is the prime objective and this can be achieved by delivering project on-time with the expected outcome.
    • Accept changes at any stage of development and produce a competitive product to the customer
    • . Continuously sharing working software with the client instead of sharing documentation about project status
    • Business team and development team works collaboratively.
    • Provide support to the team with a motivated working environment.
    • Conducting daily stand up meeting to let team meet face to face.
    • Measure work progress with the working software.
    • Promote sustainable development.
    • Good design will improve the agility.
    • Keep the entire process simple and discuss solution more than worrying about the problem.
    • Empower team to come up with ideas.
    • Introduce games during meetings to ease team tension and increase productivity.
    • How to get to these principles will be explained during the training.

    The Five Scrum Values – C FOR C


    Yes, that’s how you can easily remember the five values of the scrum process. C FOR C means to Commit you to need Courage. To develop Courage you need to Focus With Open mind and Respect all in the team.

    You got it right, it is Commitment – Focus – Openness – Respect – Courage

    Develop these five values and every scrum team will see success. Commit to the Sprint Goal and focus to work towards the same. Share your views openly and respect others opinion as well. Have the courage to accept what went wrong in a retrospective meeting to complete backlogs in your next sprint.

    Bird’s-eye View


    The elevated view from above about scrum is called the aerial view of Scrum. It is a neatly-documented framework that will address the facilitating limitations we relate to the situation when there is any lack of details.

    The project is split into sequences of iterations and completed phase by phase.

    Scrum as a Framework


    The framework of Scrum is simple and it deals efficiently with the changing situations. The work gets split into iterations. It is because during the development process the priority changes due to the situation, user mindset, technology etc. Therefore, the framework focus on splitting the project into sequences of iterations called sprint. Every sprint will last for maximum 4 weeks. Therefore the complexity of the project is split and all changes are accommodated during the sprint meeting. There is not much of loss and also the user gets the output per the expectation.

    The framework is simply understood as Planning – Executing – Learning – Taking Actions. This will continue until the end result is achieved. Every sprint meeting will be in length to plan from the education of the previous sprint.

    Artifacts of Scrum that enhances the Visibility – Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Increment


    The evidence of human action is called arti ‘fact. In the scrum, it is represented in the form of a list, graph, etc. Artifacts are called information radiators. With this radiators, it is possible to achieve transparency in scrum projects which is one of the pillars of the empirical scrum process. Among the many, the three main artifacts are product backlog, sprint backlog, and increments.

    Product backlog – The list of deliverables required from each individual is called the product backlog. The product owner will list the work and creates a backlog in each person name. The items are prioritised and one on the top needs immediate action.

    Sprint backlog – The list of work taken for completion during a sprint meeting is called sprint backlog. During daily scrum, the team updates the sprint backlog to know where the team is still the next sprint meeting.

    Increment – The completion of each product backlog item at the end of the sprint is called a product increment.

    Product Backlog Refinement


    The activity involved in understanding, prioritising and estimating the related item before sprint planning is called product backlog refinement. In simple words, the process in which the scrum team decides about the time required to complete each backlog. Based on this estimate they can refine the number of backlogs during each sprint.

    Three Primary Roles Identified in Scrum Projects


    The three key stakeholders in the scrum team are the product owner, development team and the scrum master. These roles are looked upon based on their command and responsibility.

    • Product Owner – The person who is responsible for prioritizing the work and one who owns the ROI of the project is called the product owner. This person understands the customer need and creates the product backlog.
    • Development Team – The set of people who are involved in writing code and developing the project is called the development team. These people will be assigned product backlog and will focus on completing the same.
    • ScrumMaster – The scrum process is implemented with the help of the scrum master. This individual bridges gap between the team and the product owner. He/she hears the team view to help them resolve issues to work towards the goal of the company.

    Sprint Planning


    Sprint planning meeting happens at the beginning of the sprint to discuss the product backlog to be assigned. In general, sprint planning agile meeting are time bounded and happens for about an hour during every week. The product owner will prioritise the product backlog and the team will discuss ask questions before accepting the backlogs.

    Executing the Sprint Plan


    Sprint execution is the next step after the planning is over. The team has mutually agreed to complete the product backlog and hence will start executing them. If the planning is done after discussing, then execution will be on track. In case of any hurdles, these issues will be discussed during the next sprint meeting and the sprint backlog will be executed.

    Daily Scrum Meeting and Sprint Retrospective Meeting


    The team meets every day during the sprint and discuss the following.

    What did I complete since yesterday?

    What will I work on till tomorrow?

    Daily Scrum should not last more than 15 minutes and also it is a good practice to conduct this meeting daily in the same place and at the same time.

    At the end of every sprint, the entire scrum team meets together and this meeting lasts between 2.5 to 3 hours for a 4-week sprint called Sprint retrospective meeting. The purpose of the meeting is not to find fault, but to understand what went wrong and how to fix it in the next sprint.

    Definition of Done (DoD) and Acceptance Criteria


    Every product backlog item gets declared as DONE it must be accepted by all team members and they must in advance know when it is called DONE. Here the team must be appraised of how a work is done, what are the standards required to be obeyed, and the different ways to verify whether it is done.

    Each user story will have a specific criteria description called the acceptance criteria for that story.

    Agile Requirements


    The requirement in simple words can be told as a service, feature or a function that is required by the customer. It can be a function, constraint, or business rule that is required to be present to achieve the goal of the user.

    In the agile, the requirement is categorised as follows.

    • What it does – the functionality and the features
    • How does it perform – Acceptance criteria
    The user story is the requirement in agile projects which comprises 3 elements namely the C3 – Card, Conversation and the Confirmation. The basic format of a user story is As a <role of the person>, I need <requirement>, So that <goal>.

    Estimation using Ideal Days and Story points


    Estimation can be done using story points or the ideal days.

    A story point is a measurement used to calculate the size of the product backlog items but it does not have any units. Also, it helps to compare the relative size of each backlog with the other. Fibonacci series is used in the scrum as a scale called stories for the product backlog items. (1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, and so on). The high-level user stories are called Epics and the scale used for them for 20, 40, 60, 100 etc.

    Ideal days is the time required to complete each product backlog. This method will help the naïve team to understand how to complete the product backlog item. From prior experience and expert opinion, the ideal days or time for completion of the task is assigned by the senior officials.

    Slowly move the team to story point measuring method once they master the scrum process, and terminologies like product backlog, sprint backlog, and increments.

    Sprint Burndown and Release Burndown charts


    The sprint burndown chart is used to monitor the progression within the sprint under the following situations.

    • Four or more week longer sprints
    • Bigger team size
    • Complex backlog items
    It helps the team to fix issues and achieve the goal without missing by recording the number of the task not completed on a daily basis. This will allow predicting if the team can accomplish the task assigned for the sprint.

    Likewise, the release burndown chart is used to track the progression of the scrum project as a whole. It is a graph drawn with x-axis showing the spring and the Y-axis the amount of pending work beginning each sprint. This can be represented as ideal days, story points or team days as well. This will pave the way to predict the completion of the project.

    Release planning using Velocity


    The objective of release planning is to plan and make the scope, budget, and date for the incremental delivery in an agile project. Planning to have multiple sprints until the final product is released is discussed in the release planning meeting.

    Every member of the scrum team and the stakeholders are part of this release plan meeting and it happens during each sprint activity. The release planning is done with the help of the product planning output and the pace at which the team completes the product backlog item per each sprint. This pace is nothing but the speed of the team and termed as velocity in agile projects.

    Cross-functional and Self-organizing teams


    The people responsible for coding and developing the project is called the development team. The team that test the bug and fixes the issues is called the testing team. As far as scrum projects are considered the entire team is called a scrum team which includes developers, testers, product owners, scrum master, and the high-level stakeholders. These teams are self-organising in agile development and are independent to complete their task. They don’t require anyone to monitor but they manage themselves.

    Five simple steps to create a working agreement in a Scrum team


    The entire team discuss to agree upon of a set of protocols. This happens with mutual consent of the team members and following the five simple steps will help make a proper working agreement.

    1. Every team member is given stick-it notes and asked to write their views about the project, deadline, completion etc.
    2. A good 3 minutes is given to each person to fill the following blank we can complete the task when we ……………………. Let each write their want. They can write 3 to 5 ideas.
    3. Ask everyone to read one idea each and make sure that the other person does not repeat the same idea.
    4. Have one person to make a note of all the ideas on the board.
    5. Take voting from all to come to a common working agreement from the list mentioned in the board.
    Freeze and proceed to successfully complete the work.

    Scrum Team Tools and Techniques


    There are several techniques used by the scrum team to implement the project. Based on the technique chosen a variety of tools are available to support and speed up the process. Few common tools and techniques used by the scrum team are listed below.

    • Tuckman’s Group Development Tools and Technique – Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, Adjourning.
    • Scrum Master tools Cynefin Framework – Simple, Complicated, Complex, and Chaotic.
    • The Japanese Shu Ha Ri – Shu – self-disciplining, Ha – Innovate things, Ri – Execution
    • Root cause analysis

    Agile and Distributed teams


    These days working with people across the globe on projects cannot be avoided. It is not possible to meet all at one table to discuss. Therefore managing teams with documentation might be effective but time-consuming and hence organization must embrace an agile way to work with distributed teams.

    Even though it has its own flip side, still it is the best way to work with distributed teams. Remember that people remain the same irrespective of the geography and hence getting work done by setting expectation is quick. Also, use technology to meet people for daily stand up and execute the project efficiently.

    Effective manager’s traits in scrum projects


    Scrum process empowers the team to speak and share their views. Therefore scrum managers must understand the team strength and the product owner need. The manager should discuss with the team and let know the product owner to decide on the product backlog item. This will motivate the team to work towards delivery. The manager must never be biased and push team for delivery. Ensure that the team commits and support them during every sprint to combat issues. The manager must not think of bossing around but work along with the team to lead them to successful completion.

    QA Team and Scrum Process


    Unlike in waterfall method, QA role is to write test cases and report bugs, in a scrum team QA has an extended role. QA team takes part in the daily meetings along with all team members. They are allowed to discuss with the business analyst and development team. They are part of the test planning phase. The team not only writes test cases but also the acceptance test cases to provide support to the product owner. Story estimation sessions will not happen without the QA team. They help in providing more realistic estimates. In short, the QA team is as equal to the development in the scrum projects.
  • Course 2Online Classroom Flexi Pass
    • Leading SAFe Agilist
    • Staragile's Leading SAFe training program educates ambitious learners on SAFe methods and Lean-Agile principles. This course helps applicants understand the Lean-Agile System basics. Additionally, the primary ... curriculum covers the Lean-Agile philosophy, executing Agile Release Training, developing an Agile Portfolio, and leading the organization's Lean-Agile transformation.
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    • Upcoming Schedules
    Jul 10 - Jul 11
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    2 Sessions

    Jul 17 - Jul 18
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    2 Sessions

    Jul 24 - Jul 25
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    2 Sessions

    • Course Content

    Brief Intro to Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®)


    The basic motive for Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) is to collaborate, synchronize, and coordinate the release of solutions developed by multiple Agile teams. In simple words, in an Agile development environment, SAFe® framework will let the team scale the requirement up or down based on the organization need. The SAFe® framework can be implemented with the help of small teams and large teams with minimum 50 and maximum 10000 team members respectively. It helps cross-functional and cross-organizational teams to deliver product on-time with the necessary scaling support.
    Here you will learn to
    • Identify the problem
    • Understand the basic build of SAFe
    • Application of the roadmap implementation

    First Lean-Agile Mindset before setting into implementation


    The mindset makes the difference than the implementation. First, the individual and the team working on Agile projects must have the belief, and the willingness to embrace the Lean-Agile process. Lean thinking and Agile development mindset are required to be embraced by the team to scale across the whole enterprise. Two primary things need to be done and they are
    • Think Lean – The SAFe Lean house is built with lean leadership team as the foundation. The pillars of the house are the value for people, culture, innovation, and improvement to reach the goal. The goal to deliver value is the roof of the lean house.
    • Embrace Agility – Agile team’s and the leader’s ability, aptitude and skills are the base to construct the SAFe framework. Agile Manifesto offers the principles and value system as the fundamental for the mindset. Embracing agility will let the agile team become successful in the development process.
    Therefore begin with the mindset to march into Lean-Agile transformation.

    Know the SAFe® Principles


    The nine irreversible and fundamental SAFe® principles are as follows.
    • Economic approach.
    • Relate to System thinking method.
    • Presume inconsistency and maintain the choices.
    • Build increments quickly and use incorporated learning cycles.
    • Evaluate the objective of the working system and mark them as milestones.
    • Foresee and restrict WIP, minimize the batch size and control backlog size.
    • Maintain an appropriate tone and coordinate with the cross-domain planning.
    • Release the natural enthusiasm of skilled team members.
    • Distribute the decision making and allow every individual to think.

    Why these principles are the key to success in SAFe® framework?

    It is because mastering these will let you build enterprise-class software. Irrespective of the complexity of the system or people these nine principles in practice will make Lean-Agile transformation achievable.

    Experience Program Increment (PI) Planning


    Agile Release Train (ART) distributes incremental value in the form of developed and tested software and system in a time-boxed duration and this is known as Program Increment. The duration of PI is usually between 8 and 12 weeks. There will be 4 development iterations that are followed by innovation and planning iteration in a PI. Each PI uses harmonization to make smooth progress in planning, restrict the work in progress (WIP), summarize the value for feedback, and guarantee program level retrospectives with consistency.
    Get used to the PI planning method as it has better scope in portfolio management and road mapping. The session will include the following topics.
    • Create the context for PI Planning
    • Creating and reviewing the outline of PI plans
    • Freezing the plan and creating business value
    • Check the final plans and execute the PI objectives.

    How to Explore, Execute, and Release Values


    Here you can understand the best ways to apply DevOps to build and maintain a constant delivery pipeline. This will provide the workflow, activity, and automation required to offer a constant release of value to the customer.
    Gather insights about
    • How to explore customer needs
    • Integration
    • Deploy with DevOps
    • Release on Demand
    • Improve results persistently

    Lead Lean-Agile Enterprise with SAFe®


    In this topic, you can find the guidance and role-based activities to make you understand the tools. These tools will allow you to become an effective leader by making Lean-Agile transformation. You can lead your Lean-Agile enterprise by mastering the following attributes
    • Directing the change
    • Finding the right way and stress on lifetime learning
    • Opening the essential motivation of knowledge employees.

    Lean Portfolio Management


    Now, you will move to the next level by learning the right way to scale SAFe practices and principles across multiple SAFe portfolios in your enterprise. Detailed teaching will include learning the following from this session.
    • Portfolio linking with the enterprise strategy
    • Lean budgeting implementation
    • Portfolio flow establishment
    • Focus on fundamental SAFe practices
    • Maintain and enhance portfolio performance
    • Dynamic forecasting and budgeting
    • Lean Portfolio performance management
    • Synchronize across value streams

    Build Large Solutions with Lean-Agile transformation


    For all those who aspire to build huge, high assurance or any systems where you cannot afford for a failure, then you need to build additional constructs. Do this by first defining the large solutions followed by coordinating and integrating several ARTs – Agile Release Trains with the suppliers.

    Top 4 Tips to pass the SAFe® examination


    You can crack the SAFe certification examination by following the four guidelines given below.
    • Understand the Scrum framework and then go through the site to choose which one suits your experience.
    • Now, don’t search for institutes but quickly register with StarAgile and start your journey.
    • Attend the two-day role-based training to master all the topics.
    • Attend the test and clear the examination successfully.
  • Course 3Online Classroom Flexi Pass
    • PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner
    • The PMI-ACP course enables you to become a proficient agile expert understanding a wide range of agile approaches. ACP is PMI's most rapidly expanding certification, and the PMI-ACP assessment was recently upgraded to include the Agile Practice Guide.
    • Upcoming Schedules
    Jul 10 - Jul 11
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    2 Sessions

    Jul 24 - Jul 25
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    2 Sessions

    Aug 14 - Aug 15
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    2 Sessions

    • Course Content

    Agile Framework


    It comprises of more than a few iterative and incremental software development methodologies, with every variants following its specific agile framework. The utmost widespread agile frameworks include Scrum, Business Driven Development Method, and Feature-Driven Development.

    Since individually agile model has it is own distinctive feature and practices definite procedure, but they follow a common base i.e., the principle of iterative development and continuous integration when building up an application. All of them consist of planning, testing and integration and continuous form of development for the application.

    Since agile is also considered as lightweight, being the reason rules and protocol are given less importance when compared to the traditional model. In this module, you will learn following:

    • Why Agile.
    • Agile Best Practices.
    • Agile Evolution.
    • Agile Manifesto.
    • Agile Principles.
    • Agile Methodologies, Frameworks and processes.
    • Agile Leadership.
    • Three Pillars of Scrum

    Introduction of Scrum


    Since Scrum has been around from many years, and is practiced by many around the world, it is still considered to be new way of development. As mentioned above Scrum is an agile process, focused on iterative and incremental development.

    Since development projects have increased in complexity to the point where having all the requirements being delivered in single go makes no sense and risking the actual requirement in the end as often the requirement keeps changing. Scrum was intended to solve this problem by having continuous feedback and tractability into the developmental process. Scrum emphasized more on collaboration, flexibility, Continuous feedback and self-organizing.  In this course, you will learn Scrum Framework, its roles, artifacts, events and working.

    User Stories


    A user story is a technique used in Agile software development to understand a requirement of a software feature under development from an end-user perception. The user story defines the type of user, what they want and why. A user story aids to produce a simplified version of a requirement. In PMI ACP course with StarAgile, you will be learning

    • 3 Cs of User Stories
    • How to write User stories
    • Format and syntax of User stories
    • How to break down the User stories
    A user story is supposed to be small as possible. It has to be written by the product owner in the language of the customer so that it is clear to both the business and the development team what the customer requirements are. The development team’s job is to take care of how to develop the code that will satisfy the requirements of the user story. Ideally, development team’s work together with the product owners to understand the particulars as the code gets developed.

    Agile Estimation


    Usually in software development, an “estimate,” in the general, comprises of a calculative assessment of the effort required to perform a given development task; this is most frequently articulated in terms of sprint. The purpose is to collect various such individual estimations so as to accomplish an indication of the overall time, work or cost of a software project.

    Always remember estimates are usually not the same as commitments. Also an estimate is not the final answer; it basically reflects the information that was on hand during the time of communication. An estimate can always be modified in case of any changes are done to the requirement be it more or less. As a part of PMI ACP course, one will be able to learn following points on estimations:

    • Why estimations
    • Estimation techniques
    • Story points Vs Ideal days

    Value Based Prioritization


    Usually scrum uses Value-based Prioritization as one of the fundamental principles that drives the building and functionality of the complete Scrum framework. It supports the developments in suppleness and iterative development of the product or service.. Often following points are considered wrt to how the user stories are considered as value, Risk and dependencies. The more the value, risk and dependency a particular user story has, it will always have the maximum priority. To conclude it helps in delivering the requirements of the customers which gives the highest business value in the minimum amount of time. As a part of the course with StarAgile, you will learn following things pertaining to value based prioritization:

    • Agile Value based Prioritization Plan.
    • Time Value of Money.
    • Future Value and Present Value – Formulas.
    • Different prioritization techniques
    • Prioritization based on Profit on Venture.

    Agile Planning


    It is usually done to set the expectation. In general it’s used to determine the pace at which the team can deliver the user stories into a ready to use working model. It is a method in which we can evaluate the amount of work we can complete within a given amount of time frame (sprints). Sprints usually are of 2-4 weeks in which a squad focuses on set of work items, and aims to complete them.

    They plan for what they can complete to please a customer in a short period of time. Since Agile Planning is very critical to any project, StarAgile takes special care on this topic. As a part of course content, you will learn to implement following:

    • Different Levels of Planning.
    • Arrange Agile Projects to Packages and Groups.
    • Agile vs Predictive planning.
    • Accuracy vs. Exactness.
    • Determining Project Size.
    • Principles of Agile planning process.
    • Agile Product Roadmap.
    • Iteration Plan.

    Agile Monitoring


    Agile Monitoring is effective method at all levels and the preemptive dialogue within the team and with the management. The purpose of project monitoring is to create comfort to the management. Everyone within the team and management should be convinced that the project is well on track and should feel knowledgeable about the overall status of the project.



    As the name suggest looking back on or dealing with past events or situations. Retrospective is an important part of the agile work model. It usually occurs after completion of each sprint and before the start of the next sprint. The time for the sprint may vary from half an hour to 3 hours depending on the duration of the sprint. The Scrum Master confirms that the event takes place and each member of the team understands its purpose. This is the time team reflects upon its performance and looks to improve as a team. The team as whole tries to focus on what went well, what could be improved upon and what did not go well.

    With the PMI ACP course, one will be well versed on following points pertaining to Retrospective:

    • Why Retrospectives are conducted
    • Different methods or ways of conducting Retrospectives
    • Benefits of Retrospective

    Extreme Programming


    It is a software development model which is intended to improve software quality and responsiveness as per the changing request of the customers. It is also one of the different type of Agile model which focuses on frequent releases in small development cycles, which is planned to improve efficiency at which new customer request can be accepted.

    The model takes its name from the idea that the valuable elements of traditional software engineering practices are taken to extreme levels. The concepts such as Pair Programming and different techniques of Extreme Programming are taught to implement and execute in 2 day course of PMI ACP



    ACP works on the Lean Principles which is based on the fundamental that focus on the cost of resources for achieving the vision rather than developing something that is not much useful or valuable to the customer. This approach eliminates the waste, strengthens knowledge, promotes decision making only after we have all the facts in place, fast and frequent delivery and looks at the bigger picture. So, in this course, you will learn about Lean in detail as in how to implement Lean Mindset at enterprise level and so on.

    Soft Skills and Communication Skills


    For the success of any project, communication is the key. We have to be prompt and crisp in our communication specially while communicating with the client. Whether we are on track in achieving the goal or not, it has to be well communicated. Also, Soft skills such as negotiation, collaboration, leadership skills, and problem solving skills are quintessential for project success. Along with Technical skills, Soft Skills and Communication Skills which are like tools are also taught in PMI ACP course with StarAgile

    Risk Management


    The primary goals of Project Risk Management are objectives of Project Risk Management are to surge the likelihood and effect of positive actions and cut down the likelihood and effect of actions argumentative to the project. Risk Management is the practice that involves recognition, study and either approval or extenuation of ambiguity in speculation decision-making.  In training with StarAgile on PMI ACP, you will learn to identify, evaluate, Mitigate risk that are related to Product and Project.

    Agile coach


    In PMI-ACP, the role of agile coach is very essential and important. In this course, one will learn what is the role of an Agile coach in ACP. What does an agile coach do and what part is handled by Agile Coach is taught in the ACP certification exam. By the end of the PMI ACP course with StarAgile, you will get perspective of coaching the team with Agile practices and implement best practices of Agile across the Organization.
  • Course 4Online Classroom Flexi Pass
    • Kanban
    • Develop your knowledge and skills to be a Kanban Professional for design of a Kanban System. Using Staragile's digital Kanban System Design program, you'll get in-depth knowledge of Kanban methods and the ideas that support the Kanban approach, and also hands-on experience with a full-fledged Kanban simulation.
    • Upcoming Schedules
    Jul 10 - Jul 11
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    2 Sessions

    Jul 24 - Jul 25
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    2 Sessions

    Aug 14 - Aug 15
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    2 Sessions

    • Course Content

    kanban Course Content


    • Meaning of Kanban
    • Definition of Kanban Method
    • Kanban Principles
    • Kanban Practices – Visualization, WIP Limits, etc.
    • Understanding Kanban Systems
    • Classes of service and work item types
    • Kanban in action – Understanding the flow of work using an advanced Kanban game
    • Designing Kanban boards
    • Designing a Work Item(Ticket)
    • Introduction to STATIK: Systems Thinking Approach To Introducing Kanban
    • Identifying internal and external motivation for change
    • Demand analysis for different types of work
    • Choosing system replenishment and delivery frequencies
  • Course 5Online Classroom Flexi Pass
    • Jira
    • Jira is a project management solution that enables you to easily access, manage, and control large and complicated projects. Staragile offers Jira training that covers Jira terminology, setup, basic Jira ideas, tool usage, and best practices for customizing Jira implementations.
    • Upcoming Schedules
    Jul 10 - Jul 17
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    3 Sessions

    Jul 24 - Jul 31
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    3 Sessions

    Aug 07 - Aug 14
    9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    3 Sessions

    • Course Content

    1.Introduction To JIRA


    This section helps you understand the detailed process of Jira installation. You’ll learn how to create custom dashboards, create projects, locate issues, configure columns, etc.through hands-on practice.

    Getting started with JIRA
    How to install JIRA
    Creating Projects and enabling Defect/Issue Management
    Installing Zephyr Test Management in JIRA
    Adding Users in JIRA
    JIRA Dashboard Introduction
    Managing JIRA dashboard and Gadgets
    Changing user preferences and profile information
    Switching views and configuring Columns in JIRA
    Atlassian Marketplace for JIRA

    2.Test Management In JIRA (Zephyr)


    This module explains how to use Zephyr for Jira test management, helps you learn to integrate testing into the project lifecycle, and enables users to create, plan, and execute tests directly inside Jira. You’ll also learn to track the test execution progress through the execution navigator.

    How to write Test Cases in JIRA
    Cloning Test Cases in JIRA
    Searching Test Cases and doing bulk changes
    Exporting Test Cases in JIRA
    Sharing issues and search query with Team Members
    Creating Test Cycles in JIRA
    Executing Test Cases in JIRA
    Creating favorite search filters for Test Cases

    3.Defect Management In JIRA


    This section introduces you to the defect lifecycle in Jira. You’ll learn to create search filters, attach files, and screenshots to defects through best practices. 

    Introduction to defect template in JIRA
    Logging defects in JIRA
    Defect lifecycle in JIRA
    Searching defects and doing bulk changes
    Creating favorite search filters for Defects
    Attaching files and screenshot to defects

    4.Advanced Search And Introduction To JQL (JIRA Query Language)


    In this module, you’ll learn how to build structured queries through advanced search using Jira Query Language (JQL).

    • Advanced Search in JIRA and Introduction to JQL
    • Advanced Search using JQL(JIRA Query Language)
    • Subscriptions in JIRA

    5.Generating Reports In JIRA


    This section helps you understand how to navigate to the projects and extract reports in Jira.

    6.Introduction To JIRA Agile


    This module introduces you to the Jira Agile boards. Here, you’ll understand Agile terminology and learn to manage Scrum and Kanban Agile boards using Jira.

    • Introduction to JIRA Agile boards
    • Creating and managing Scrum Boards
    • Creating and managing KANBAN Boards

    7.Final Section


    Wrapping Up
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+What jobs I can pursue after Agile Masters Certification?

  • In addition to being a ‘Certified Agile Master,' if you would have Agile Master expertise, you may obtain a position as a Project Manager in an Agile world position in services or product organization. From there, you can advance your career to become a Product Owner and even beyond.
  • As a fresher who's recently finished the Agile Master course, you can compete for positions like Iteration Manager.
  • After gaining experience, you can begin mentoring and training individuals interested in pursuing Agile certifications. As a Certified Agile Master, you can train individuals, teams, and groups in various topics. You become a scrum master too.
  • You will be eligible to be a project leader or a product owner if you have the necessary knowledge and expertise in managing teams, work schedules, and organizational demands with the help of the Leading SAFe curriculum as part of this course.
  • The PMI ACP course in this program indicates to your colleagues that you possess the experience and capabilities necessary to lead an agile team successfully. It acts as a differentiator, demonstrating to prospective employers that you have an advantage over non-certified competitors.

+Who are the instructors for this Agile Master Program and how they are selected?

The highly qualified instructors can take you through the Online Course. They have years of expertise working with Design Thinking and are familiar with the tips and tactics necessary to assist you through this online learning process and workplace environment.

Their drive to attract and retain top individuals with insights and expertise distinguishes everyone while assisting small to mid-sized businesses to expand their knowledge base and establish their IT infrastructures.

All the trainers at Staragile for a different module like CSM, PMI ACP, Leading SAFe, Jira and Kanban will be selected by a rigorous hiring process and each one will be skilled in their area with industry experience to explain things with practical experience.

+What are the pre-requisites for this Agile Master Program?

There are no specific eligibility criteria for this program. However, it is recommended for applicants/professionals to have a basic knowledge of the Scrum framework and methodology

+What are the certifications included in this Agile Masters Program?

ScrumAlliance, Scaled Agile and StarAgile Master Program certificates are included in this program

+ How should take Agile Masters Program?

  • Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Scrum Masters
  • Product Manager
  • Software Developers
  • Product Owners
  • Software Development Managers
  • Software Architects
  • Software Testers
  • Team Leads
  • QA Managers and who are working in projects regardless of their destination can go for this course.

+Can a fresher take the Agile Master Program?

The term "master" symbolizes expertise, skill, and wisdom. Typically, at least two of such words are inconsistent with the terms "fresher" and "recent graduate."

You may obtain a certificate that indicates that you have completed a course. Still, you may not comprehend how to use the concepts you master in the agile course if you haven't had any general technical knowledge outside of the training.

But, it is completely contradictory with this Agile Master program as it covers all concepts from the scratch and hence you become a real master after completing this course. It is the best way as a fresher you could start your career with this exhaustive Agile Master curriculum.

+How do I become an Agile Master?

Although becoming an Agile Master is not tricky, successfully organizing your team according to the Agile principles requires commitment, courage, and attention. The skills for becoming an Agile Master equip you to achieve just that.

The following are the steps required to become a qualified Agile master

  • Prepare to take an Agile Master course by becoming familiar with Agile and completing the pre-requisites.
  • Attend an Agile Master class given in person by a Certified Agile Trainer.
  • The Agile certification process begins with a two-day in-person training held by an Agile Certified Trainer. Using exercises, group discussions, and case analysis based on experience, you will better understand Agile, Agile Artifacts, and Agile Roles.
  • After completing this module, you will be qualified to sit for a CSM exam.
  • Then the next module covers all SAFe methodology lessons making you a Leading SAFe agilest.
  • Then comes the project management course which is designed for agile practitioners. Here you learn how to manage agile projects.
  • Next is the detailed study of using the Kanban board to handle projects.
  • Finally, learn to use Jira. This project management tool allows you to quickly access, handle, and organize large and complicated projects.

You become an Agile Master with these 5 courses bound in one program.

+What courses will be available for live instructor led online classes?

  • Certified Scrum Master
  • Leading SAFe
  • PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner
  • Kanban
  • Jira

+Do you provide a Money back guarantee?

Yes. We provide a seven-day money-back guarantee for our Master’s programs, for more details call us at 95133 93880

+Is this live training or will I watch pre-recorded videos?

The Digital Project Management online training is conducted through live streaming. The training has interactive sessions that enable you to ask questions and participate in discussions during class time.

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