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Hands-on Agile training in TSC Nanjing

The famous Chaos Report by the Standish Groups shows that agile projects have almost four times the success rate as waterfall projects. Why is that? Because “agility” is about delivering the right stuff on time.

Agile methodology brings great benefits, but it also comes with a challenge - how to engage all employees to put it into practice? To support that, TSC Nanjing organized an agile training to equip our employees with innovative knowledge, tools and approaches. Now, they are ready to efficiently implement agile methodology into project management and service providing!

25 employees from Nanjing, Hong Kong, Singapore and Warsaw took part in the 1-month training program. The participants take different roles in projects – the group included project managers, business analysts, developers, quality analysts, product owners and UX/UI designers.

                                         (daily scrum meeting, sprint review meeting and classroom training)

The training started with online knowledge introduction and was followed by the on-site coaching. The scope included story mapping, sprint planning, product backlog refinement, daily scrum meeting and sprint review meeting. This way, we unified the understanding of Agile that will help to quickly organize the necessary activities to support continuous improvement in each team sprint!

What participants say about the training?

Jedi Wang
Scrum Master


I have learnt a lot in this training, such as standard approaches, responsibility of roles, communication methods, and most significantly, agile mode of thinking. People used to understand project in a classical way although they want to apply agile methodology. Hence, it’s very important to strengthen the sense of agility among everyone, especially to have the common sense with customers and stakeholders.

Mary Ma
Business Analyst

This training is helpful for my work. Before training, actually I don't have very clear ideas about how to do requirements in an agile project. It took me a lot of time to find the right way. Now, with sufficient knowledge, I'm confident in doing requirement analysis. I can take advantage of user stories to submit detailed and exact information to development team.