[2021] Agile Project Management 19 Courses in 1

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[2021] Agile Project Management 19 Courses in 1

Agile Project Management 200+ Tools with Kanban Scrum Devops

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In this course, students learn the agile project management framework with an emphasis on the product owner’s role. With organizational strategy as the foundation, students learn how to develop the product vision and the product roadmap, identify user roles, and write user stories. Additional topics include agile culture, ethics, project selection, chartering, scrum, kanban, team development, release planning, value assignment, retrospectives, and risk management. Students learn by doing, using their projects for most activities.These are the most fundamental and critical components of Agile project management. These methods, Agile applications and tools, tasks, and values can help you transform your approach and continue collaborating to be more resilient and respond to improvements as they come as you migrate your team to an Agile framework. Agile isn’t for everybody, but it has a lot of advantages for teams that use it right, such as smooth work cycles and accelerated creativity.




Here is a list of the topics we will cover in this course:

  • Understanding the need for change in the traditional software development process
  • What is Agile
  • Understanding Agile Principles
  • What Agile is not
  • Waterfall vs Agile
  • Understanding & Creating User Stories, Theme & Epic
  • What is Product Backlog
  • Difference between Product Backlog & Product Roadmap
  • Advantages & Disadvantages of Agile
  • How Estimation is done in Agile
  • Why Relative Estimation in Agile
  • T-Shirt & Fibonacci Estimation
  • Planing Poker in Agile
  • Understanding & Creating Burndown Charts
  • Minimum Viable Product
  • Team Velocity
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Who this course is for:

  • Those interested in working within an Agile team – such as aspiring Business Analysts, Project Managers, Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Developers, Quality Assurance, and similar.
  • urrent Agile team members that want to deepen their understanding of the Agile processes or learn a new framework (Scrum, Kanban, or Scrumban).
  • Current non-Agile team members whose organization is making, or is considering, the switch to Agile frameworks
  • IT and business leadership charged with adapting and innovating their project methodologies to keep them competitive




What you’ll learn

  • Agile project management framework with an emphasis on the product owner’s role.
  • With organizational strategy as the foundation, students learn how to develop the product vision and the product roadmap, identify user roles, and write user stories.
  • Additional topics include agile culture, ethics, project selection, chartering, scrum, kanban, team development, release planning, value assignment, retrospectives, and risk management.
  • Students learn by doing, using their own projects for better practical experiences and knowledge.
  • Learn how to get into the Agile mindset and achieve success in helping organizations evolve




Requirements

  • You should have higher education (i.e., a high school diploma, an associate’s degree, or the global equivalent) and 7,500 hours of project management experience, as well as 35 hours of project management education
  • Alternatively, you can have a four-year degree, 4,500 hours of project management experience, and 35 hours of project management instruction
  • No experience is necessary – this course will teach you Agile concepts from the ground up!





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