Boot Camps

For organizations that want high energy and fast paced events, disruptiveOps offers boot camps tailored to best suit your resource constraints and learning needs.  Generally, Boot camps range from 1 to 3 days and can be conducted onsite or offsite.   

Agile Boot Camp

Our Agile Boot Camp is the ideal way to jump start your Agile journey. Our immersion course will provide you with the knowledge you need to understand Agile as well as other frameworks and concepts like Lean and Kanban. We will also touch on a few scaling frameworks and how to successfully prepare for a truly Agile transformation.

Our boot camp will take you on the entire Agile journey; from the history of waterfall to the maturation of Agile, including scaling, DevSecOps, and Continuous Delivery (CD).

For a more concrete understanding of principles, methods, and techniques, we will also take you through ideation of requirements, delivery and post-production.

For organizations that wish to transform, we offer boot camps tailored to your situation so we can best meet your unique needs.

Scaling Boot Camp

The Scaling Boot Camp is your best opportunity to understand what scaling is and how to achieve it. Scaling should be easy but it takes time, patience, constant expectation setting, measurements, true champions, and folks that have practical experience in conducting enterprise transformations. This boot camp is created and facilitated by methodologist who have scaled large highly regulated organizations so you can feel secure in knowing we “get it”.

Organizations not yet Agile will benefit from this boot camp we present what you need to know before learning it from experience. By reducing your learning curve by 9 to 12 months, your organization save hundreds of thousands of dollars reduce waste and risk while increasing customer and employee satisfaction.

For organizations already introduced or “using”  a scaled framework like Large Enterprise Scrum (LeSS), Nexus, Scrum@Scale, or the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), our boot camp will fill their gaps and introduce other realisms they do not address.

Lastly, if you are a government agency, this is a must attend event where we address typical challenges across the entire enterprise. These include planning, budgeting, reporting, development, quality, and a vast number of non-functional requirements.