Who is this training for?

This program is specifically designed for teams that are beginning to work with or are interested in agile methodologies. It is geared towards non-technical departments:


  • HR
  • Back-office departments supporting IT
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Sales


Due to the fact that IT has its own specificity, solutions addressed to them do not always work in other departments. We created a solution that allows you to implement an agile approach taking into account the key differences.

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We deliver Agile training in two versions:

  • A 1-day training focused on an introduction to agile, learning workflow techniques, a common sense approach to project management according to the 12 Questions of KISS PM™
  • 2-day training (also in 1 + 1 formula, because sometimes it will be difficult to switch off the whole back-office for 2 days in a row)

Usually one day is an introduction to the topic and the second day is used as a workshop to put the selected topics into practice. We work with the challenges raised by the participants before the training and during the first day. After the first day, we can fine tune the list of problems to be solved

Who else can benefit from our training?

    • The company is working with an Agile approach or intends to implement it soon
    • The IT department uses agile methodologies (often modified) and your department wants to learn how to collaborate with IT
    • You want to improve your workflow and project management skills
    • There are challenges with project management – taking on multiple tasks, failing to close initiatives that have been started

Interested in open training?
Would you like such a training for your team?

Purpose of the training

Training department employees in such a way that:
  • The program was tailored to the specifics of the participants (we do not focus on SCRUM and SCRUM roles, because participants do not work like that on a daily basis)
  • The program was 70% focused on tools and less on philosophy 30%
  • Participants understood what the agile approach is about (basics, without presenting the philosophy in depth)
  • They learned techniques of project work that they can use in their specific work
  • They learned to approach tasks in a project-based manner
  • Improve communication of support departments with technical departments (finding each other in projects, using similar vocabulary)
So that, in effect:
  • Improve the organization of work in non-technical teams
  • Increase the individual effectiveness of trainees

Scope of the program



  1. Teleconference with training sponsor to determine details and emphasis during training
  2. Contact with each participant prior to the training to determine individual needs (survey)
  3. Pre-training assignment – watch 3 introductory videos

Day 1


Introduction to Agile – Refreshing the knowledge of preparation for training


  1. Agile Manifesto
  2. 12 Agile principles
  3. SCRUM – what’s going on


Lego City game – learning agile methods in the form of interactive games


  1. Learning to organize work
  2. Time estimation
  3. Planning
  4. Responding to problems
  5. Collaboration

WE WILL NOT FOCUS ON SCRUM AS IN THE STANDARD APPROACH OF THIS GAME, only on working in iterations, using the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle


Project management using the Agile approach according to KISS PM ™

12 Question Method

  1. Project – how to get it right
  2. How to combine the design approach with the Agile approach in practice
  3. Schedule vs. Checklist vs. Iterations
  4. Where are the projects in my job that I can do agile


Problem solving in project implementation


  1. Respond to participants’ expectations
  2. 5 levels of project problems
  3. How to deal with them to successfully deliver the project to the end

Day 2: Workshop (optional)


Managing multiple projects


  1. Project life cycle
  2. Prioritizing
  3. Making decisions about projects (Go, Hold, Kill, Recycle)
  4. Dealing with job overload


Project planning


  1. Recognition of one of the 3 types of projects – Projects for 1, 3, 12
  2. 5 types of work – from R&D to checklists


Risk management


  1. Defining threats
  2. Assess priorities
  3. Planning a response to threats
  4. Search for opportunities
  5. Proactive approach to the project


Effective cooperation and involving key people in the project


  1. Key People Analysis
  2. Defining a cooperation strategy
  3. Preparing communication
  4. Influencing and persuading



Problem solving in project implementation

Implementation task

  • Creation of a project plan for the project implemented by the participants


Evaluation of program results with the sponsor (meeting)

  • 4-6 weeks after training


Online support for training participants

  • for 12 weeks after training
  • delivering e-mails with content (article, video, podcast) supporting a proactive, project and professional approach. In order to influence the way of thinking, not only in terms of knowledge but also attitudes.

Check out our videos about Agile

Meet the trainer

Konrad Klepacki
Trener i konsultant Jako trenera wyróżnia go szeroki wachlarz tematów ekspertyzy w obszarze zarządzania projektami od aspektów finansowych i narzędzi wsparcia IT, poprzez praktyczne organizowanie pracy na poziomie projektu i portfela, po aspekty motywacji zespołu. Wykładowca, przedsiębiorca i wynalazca Wykłada na studiach MBA i podyplomowych na Akademii Leona Koźmińskiego w Warszawie, Wyższej Szkole Bankowej w Gdyni oraz w programach korporacyjnych. Prowadzi webinary z zakresu zarządzania projektami i prezentuje na konferencjach branżowych. Certyfikaty Project Management Professional PMP®; Certified Project Manager - IPMA level C; PRINCE 2 Practitioner; Certified Scrum Master; TRIZ level 3 8 lat doświadczenia jako kierownik międzynarodowych projektów w autmotive i IT. 10 lat prowadzenia szkoleń i wdrażania efektywnego zarządzania projektami w organizacjach


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