While a lot of companies took first steps towards Agile Product Development, most agile teams are confronted with a „non-agile“ environment. This workshop explores important aspects for agile teams that need to collaborate with a non-agile organization. We will discuss how to deal with dependencies, how to avoid typical pitfalls and how to take the next relevant steps in your setup.
Who is it for?
Product Managers, Product Owners and other product people in traditional organizations who are involved in or about to start with a Agile Product Development initiative.
- How to communicate with (non-agile) stakeholders
- Dependency management to other teams
- Explore „the art of the possible”
What we will achieve & practice
- Using roadmaps as a communication tool
- Knowing pitfalls in collaboration with non-agile teams
- Understanding the importance of „Done“ product increments
Individual Follow-up Coaching Option
To maximize the value of this course for your organization, we offer an additional follow-up coaching (60 minutes, remote) just for you or your team a couple of weeks after the course. That way, you get to ask all the questions that might have popped up once you tried implementing what you learned in this course. We are going to contact you to set the specific date for your individual follow-up.
The follow-up coaching is available for CHF 350 and includes 30 minutes of preparation for your specific questions or documents (sent upfront) and 60 minutes of remote coaching via video call for you or your entire product team.
You can book the Follow-up Coaching Option in our booking form before proceeding to the checkout.
All participants will receive a Product Academy Certificate for this course.
For team discounts and in-house options, feel free to get in touch.
The workshop includes a coffee break with snacks.
As soon as there’s one participant enrolled who is not speaking German, the entire workshop will be held in English.
Product Manager Digital Banking at Finnova AG (Zurich)
Ari is a passionate Product Manager in Digital Banking and Professional Scrum Trainer at Scrum.org. From his current and former experience as Product Manager, Agile Coach, Development Manager and Software Developer, he is familiar with not only the difficulties of development teams and Scrum Masters, but also with those of the Product Owner. Ari Byland is a Professional Scrum Trainer and SAFe Program Consultant and holds a Master in Digital Business from the Zurich School of Economics.