Sprint Planning and Project Estimating 201 (AG Mastery)- Virtual Training

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Seats are limited and confirmation of attendance will be required in advance of the session.

This is the second workshop in the ANA’s Agile Marketing Mastery Program, a four-part series designed to give you exposure to all facets of Agile Marketing and to equip you for implementation at your organization. To achieve mastery in this topic we encourage you to register for all four workshops in the series, however you may register for any workshop that best fits your needs.

Click HERE to register for Introduction to Agile 101 (2:00 to 5:00 p.m. EDT, 8/10)

Register below to for Sprint Planning & Project Estimating 201 (2:00 to 5:00 p.m. EDT, 8/12)

Click HERE to register for Executing an Agile Campaign 301 (2:00 to 5:00 p.m. EDT, 8/17)

Click HERE to register for Successful Agile Integration and Transformation Within Your Organization 401 (2:00 to 5:00 p.m. EDT, 8/19)

This workshop is the second part of the ANA’s Agile Marketing Mastery Program, a four-part series designed to give you exposure to all facets of Agile Marketing and equip you for implementation at your organization.

In this virtual workshop, participants will get a closer look at the players involved and their responsibilities within the Agile process by taking a deep dive into the Sprint Planning and project estimating process. These two parts of the process make up the foundation of a successful sprint and usually where the most challenges arise. Following a deep dive on the fundamentals, participants will be given the opportunity to apply what they learned to a campaign specific to their brand, using the Poker Planning process and tracking team times via Team Velocity.

This engaging virtual workshop contains individual exercises, case studies, and real-world examples to give you ‘real world’ experience you need to be able to implement Agile on the job. The workshop will also enable your team to develop their own Agile implementation plan for the team. It will re-inspire your team to greater communication, collaboration, and to deliver their best work.

Target Audience
This virtual workshop is open for marketers at any level within an organization that develops and/or executes marketing campaigns. It is particularly useful for teams looking to implement an agile process throughout their organization.

Download the full benefits here

  • Setting the Stage (15min)
  • The Agile Players (30min)
  • Sprint Planning Deep Dive (30min)
  • Break (15min)
  • Poker Planning Process Success (15min)
  • Individual Exercise: Poker Planning Session (30min)
  • Team Velocity Tracking  (30min)
  • Closing (20min)



Instructors

trainer

Cord Silverstein

Founder and President, Advocacy Social 

Cord Silverstein is an award-winning marketer, leader, coach and speaker with over 20 years of proven marketing expertise. He has worked on both sides of the aisle leading the marketing strategy and execution for Fortune 500 brands on the agency and client-side. Cord is president of Advocacy Social, a content marketing and social media agency that specializes in working with brands of all sizes to better identify, engage and empower their true brand advocates and most influential members delivering real and tangible ROI for his clients.

For more than 10 years, Cord has been speaking at conferences and at organizations to share his thoughts and industry best practices. Today, Cord splits his time between leading marketing campaigns and personalized corporate training. He has taught and taken part in over 100 certified marketing courses and corporate trainings with a focus of getting more done in less time and quickly adapting to change allowing marketing teams to work better, smarter and faster.

Cord’s diverse background allows him to teach a number of courses including Agile Marketing for Marketers, Social Media Marketing, Content Marketing, and specific leadership and creativity training. He is passionate about Agile Marketing having led the training and integration for more than 50 different organizations including his own company and the vast majority of his clients.

Some notable clients and employees Cord has worked with include Dell, Lenovo, Chrysler, Staples, MetLife, and GlaxoSmithKline. Cord is based in Raleigh, North Carolina and an active member of several boards and local community projects.