- Your organization is trying to address the key delivery challenges you are facing. Early experiments with Agile are starting to bear fruit.
- As part of maturing your Agile practice, you want to evaluate if you have the right skills and capabilities in place.
- Focusing on the non-technical skills can yield significant returns for your products, your team, and your organization. These skills are what should be considered as the real Agile skills.
Impact and Result
- Define the skills and values that are important to your organization to be successful at being Agile.
- Put together a standard criterion for measurement of the attainment of given skills.
- Define the roadmap and communication plan around your agile assessment.
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Workshop: Perform an Agile Skills Assessment
Workshops offer an easy way to accelerate your project. If you are unable to do the project yourself, and a Guided Implementation isn't enough, we offer low-cost delivery of our project workshops. We take you through every phase of your project and ensure that you have a roadmap in place to complete your project successfully.
Module 1: Define Agile Skills and Maturity Levels
- Learn about and define the Agile skills that are important to your organization.
- Define the different levels of attainment when it comes to your Agile skills.
- Define the standards on a per-role basis.
Key Benefits Achieved
- Get a clear view of the Agile skills important into meet your Agile transformation goals in alignment with organizational objectives.
- Set a clear standard for what it means to meet your organizational standards for Agile skills.
Review and update the Agile skills relevant to your organization.
- A list of Agile skills that are consistent with your Agile transformation
Define your Agile proficiency levels to evaluate attainment of each skill.
- A list of proficiency levels to be used during your Agile skills assessment
Define your Agile team roles.
- A confirmed list of roles that you wish to measure on your Agile teams
Define common experience levels for your Agile roles.
- A list of experience levels common to Agile team roles (example: Junior, Intermediate, Senior)
Define the skill expectations for each Agile role.
- Define the skill expectations for each Agile role