Aleph Technologies has provided instruction and guidance to countless individual and corporate clients. We assist with Agile transformations, employee training, and leadership guidance through a variety of services.

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Agile for Executives

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Agile is more culture than process or change methodology. Leaders want to build high performing teams, however are faced with complex real-world challenges of today's business environment. This course is targeted at providing leaders an overview on Agile and Scrum to uncover the potential of Agile teams, best practices, tools and how to deal with challenges during Agile transformations.

The workshop is targeted at enabling Executives, Leaders and Managers at all levels to understand how to engage on Agile leadership, techniques, organizational impact, dealing with diverse/distributed teams, metrics, etc. It provides approaches to compare/contrast Agile to Traditional project management and allows leaders to customize their Agile approach to the goals and values of their organization.

Learning Objectives
  • Agile Leadership& Agile Mindset
  • Principles and Concepts to drive high-performing Agile teams
  • Agile Frameworks – Scrum, Kanban, XP&Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®)
    • Intake, Prioritization & Process
    • Estimation, Planning & Metrics
  • Best Practices, Tools and Common Challenges
  • Addressing Coaching needs
    • The session and activities can be tailored to your organization and can elaborate on the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe ®) if needed for any company targeting an organization wide large-scale transformation.
Designed for
  • Executives interested in Agile alignment for their business needs to drive efficiencies and quality work. Program or Project managers who manage projects and processes Other Leaders in development, testing, etc. in hands-on supporting lead roles

Agile for Teams

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Targeted at bringing resources to work together as a team to deliver the highest value in a short period of time while working to maintain high quality standards. This on-site course can be tailored to include your team's actual projects as activities into the training. Hence providing hands-on opportunities to apply the principles, practices and techniques used by numerous successful Agile teams to bring out the best in each of your resources.

This course is crafted for all members transitioning to Agileor may also serve as a Refresher for those who have a basic understanding of the benefits of Agile and the core terms and concepts that will support their success in collaborating with their teams.

Learning Objectives
  • Why Agile Teams? What is the right expectations of Agile?
  • Principles and Concepts to drive high-performing Agile teams
  • Agile Frameworks – Scrum, Kanban, XP
  • Process, Roles, Artifacts
  • Accepted Agile practices
  • Estimation and Planning
  • Ceremonies
  • Metrics
  • Known Agile transition challenges, how to avoid?
  • Working with diverse and distributed teams
  • Exercises aimed at building trust and fostering team collaboration
  • Designed for everyone on the team: Developers, QA, Product Managers, Product Owners, Scrum Masters,
  • Coaches, Project/Program Managers, Analysts, Managers, etc.
Designed for
  • All Team members interested in Agile alignment for their business needs to drive efficiencies and quality work. Program or Project managers who manage projects and processes Other Leaders in development, testing, etc. in hands-on supporting lead roles

Kanban Training

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he Kanban method is an evolutionary approach to change and change management by starting with what you do now, respecting current roles, responsibilities and job titles, encouraging acts of leadership at all levels and agreeing to pursue incremental, evolutionary change that evolves business processes using a Kaizen approach that reduces the risks associated with complex change programmes.

Learning Objectives
  • Introduction to Kanban
  • How Queues Behave in Kanban
  • The Four Flavors of Kanban
  • Tracking
  • Kanban Roles and Ceremonies
  • Implementing Kanban
  • Complete Kanban Exercise