We offer training on agile, Scrum, Kanban, Lean Startup, as well as estimation and forecasting.

2-day Agile & Scrum bootcamp

Scrum is used extensively, but not exclusively, in web and software development. Everyone from developers to business execs are now expected to know how to work using Scrum, but few are taught it and many struggle along with misinformed ideas. This bootcamp will cover the main principles and ideas underpinning agile and why using Scrum is the best way to run certain projects. Through games, hands-on practice and project simulations, you’ll be armed with the knowledge of how to use Scrum on a day-to-day basis.


  • Why the Agile Manifesto relates to your preferred ways of working
  • How iterative and incremental approaches can benefit projects
  • The roles in Scrum
  • How to plan projects and track their progress (including product backlogs, sprint backlogs, prioritisation, sizing and estimation, and velocity)
  • The review and improvement process (including sprint reviews and retrospectives)
  • Simulations of sprints to demonstrate how the roles, events and artefacts of Scrum work in practice.

Target audience

This bootcamp is aimed at anyone who wants to know more about agile and Scrum. Knowledge on how to use Scrum is particularly important to those involved in web development, software engineering and product delivery, but it isn’t limited to the tech industry.


What people have said about this workshop: “Great instructors friendly and approachable. Loved the simulations and content” “An exceptional course. I’ve been to a few courses while I've been in London, across a wide variety of subjects, but this was by far the strongest. Thank you.” Dave G. “Good price-to-content ratio” “Really informative, easy to understand workshop” “Great course and a great pace with lots of recapping to embed the learning” “Nice and practical” "Very friendly & experienced instructors"


This is a bootcamp for beginners and those with some experience of Scrum. No prior knowledge is required.

1-day Kanban bootcamp

In the 1940s, Toyota developed a scheduling system to improve their manufacturing production. Aligning the supply of materials with the demand of the production line reduced the amount of inventory in the system, and enabled a flexibility never before seen in the automobile industry.

Over the years, teams dealing with knowledge work (e.g. software development) adapted many of these ‘lean’ ideas, such as limiting the amount of work in progress, to improve the flow of work through their system. This is known as the Kanban Method which is the focus of this bootcamp.


In this bootcamp, we’ll:
  • look at a brief history of the Toyota Production System (and lean in general) to understand how the Kanban Method came about
  • explain the basics of systems thinking through a hands-on exercise, then use it to explain the concept of visualising work to improve communication
  • break down the 6 principles of the Kanban Method
  • clarify key terms used (e.g. cycle time, delivery rate, work-in-progress limits)
  • explain what work-in-progress limits are, then illustrate how and why you should use them to create a pull system
  • demonstrate ways of measuring flow to enable improvements in productivity and flow
  • play a simple and fun Kanban simulation game to ensure a deep understanding of the above takeaways
  • share examples of successful implementations of the approaches
  • Target audience

    This bootcamp is for anyone who wants to improve their ways of working and increase their productivity, but is especially relevant to product owners, business analysts, developers, testers, and any users of Agile/Scrum. It is complementary to our 2-day bootcamp on Agile & Scrum.


    No prior knowledge is required.
    If you work in a Scrum team, we'd also recommend the Two-day Agile and Scrum Bootcamp.

1-day Agile & Lean overview

Scrum, Kanban, Agile and Lean. We’ve all heard these terms but what do they mean and how can some of these approaches help the work that we do? This overview will cover the basics of Agile, Lean, Scrum and the Kanban Method, helping you understand and talk about the basic principles for each of these.

If you are not planning on using agile or Scrum yourself, then an overview will suffice. There are a small number of exercises that are run throughout the day.


In this bootcamp, we’ll:
  • review the Agile Manifesto and principles
  • discuss the basics of the Scrum framework
  • look at the basics of The Kanban Method
  • investigate the basics of Lean Startup
  • use case studies to evaluate the pros and cons of the various approaches

Target audience

This bootcamp is aimed at anyone who wants to know more about agile, lean and scrum. Knowledge on how agile and lean is particularly important to those involved in web development, software engineering and business development, but it isn’t limited to the tech industry. Typical attendees are agency clients, stakeholders, third-party suppliers to teams using agile/Scrum and departmental managers. For anyone who intends to work as part of a team using Scrum, we recommend our 2-day courses or our Certified Scrum Master (CSM) courses.


This is a bootcamp for beginners. No prior knowledge is required.

Estimating and Forecasting workshop

When is it going to be ready? How long will it take? How big is it? How much will it cost? How many people do we need?

We’ve all been asked these questions at work, and many others like them. We’ve all been in a position where we can’t or don’t want to answer, because we simply just don’t know how to begin answering the question when the work is unfamiliar and when things are unknown.

This workshop is the first step to understanding how to deal with such questions by using the techniques in an interactive workshop.


In this workshop you will:
  • understand why estimation is so hard
  • establish what we mean by estimation and forecasting
  • understand how risk and uncertainty affect our approach
  • gain a practical, working knowledge of a variety of techniques

Target audience



No prior knowledge is required.


We are happy to discuss delivering the above workshops (or something more bespoke) at your organisation. Please contact us for a quote or to discuss availability.

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