Agile Project Management

£99.00 £29.00

Duration

12 hours 5 minutes

Videos

41 Course Videos

Questions

147 Test Questions

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The Agile Project Management training course provides the basic of Agile with emphasis on the Scrum style. This course also provides the student a working understanding of how the philosophies and principles of Agile are used in successful projects. This course is intended for project professionals who are either using Agile principles in their work, or wish to include the principles, tools, and techniques in the future.

Agile project management is an iterative approach to project management which allows you to break large projects down into more manageable tasks tackled in short iterations or sprints. This enables your team to adapt to change quickly and deliver work fast. As the name suggests, the Agile project management allows teams to be better equipped to quickly change direction and focus.

What will you learn?

This course includes 13 hours of training and 41 course videos. Below are the topics you will learn in this course:

  • What Is Agile
  • Projects And Projects Management In An Agile World
  • Agile and Scrum
  • Common Scrum Terminology
  • Other Iterative Methods
  • Communication Skills In An Agile World
  • Using Agile Outside Software Development
  • Case Studies Of Transitioning to Agile
  • Critique Of Agile
  • Review Of Agile

Course Videos

This course contains the following modules and videos. Click the down arror to view video details.

Module 1: What Is Agile
  • Course And Instructor Introduction
  • What Is Agile – Part1
  • What Is Agile Part2 – Agile Manifesto Principles 1-6
  • What Is Agile Part3 – Agile Manifesto Principles 7-12
  • What Is Agile Part4 – Agile Manifesto Values
  • What Is Agile Part5 – Why Agile?
  • What Is Agile – Part6 – Misconceptions about Agile
  • What Is Agile Part7 – Agile Lifecycle
  • What Is Agile Part8 – Key Definitions
  • What Is Agile – Part9
Module 2: Projects And Projects Management In An Agile World
  • Projects And Project Management In An Agile World Part1 – Historical Information
  • Projects And Project Management In An Agile World Part2 – Organizational Projects
  • Projects And Project Management In An Agile World Part3 – Traditional Projects
  • Projects And Project Management In An Agile World Part4 – Roles
  • Projects And Project Management In An Agile World Part5 – Roles 2
Module 3: Agile and Scrum
  • Agile And Scrum Part1 – In Depth
  • Agile And Scrum Part2 – Major Activities
  • Agile And Scrum Part3 – 3 Questions
  • Agile And Scrum Part4 – Sprints
Module 4: Common Scrum Terminology
  • Common Scrum Terminology-Part1
  • Common Scrum Terminology-Part2
Module 5: Other Iterative Methods
  • Other Iterative Methods
Module 6: Communication Skills In Agile World
  • Communication Skills In Agile World Part1 – Model
  • Communication Skills In Agile World Part2 – Verbal vs. Nonverbal
  • Communication Skills In Agile World Part3 – Learned Patterns
  • Communication Skills In Agile World Part4 – Key Skills
  • Communication Skills In Agile World Part5 – Key Skills
  • Communication Skills In Agile World Part6 – Conflict Resolution
  • Communication Skills In Agile World Part7 – Tuckman’s 5 Stages
Module 7: Using Agile Outside Software Development
  • Using Agile Outside Software Development-Part1
  • Using Agile Outside Software Development-Part2
Module 8: Case Studies Of Transitioning to Agile
  • Case Studies Of Transitioning To Agile-Part1
  • Case Studies Of Transitioning To Agile Part2 – Procurement
  • Case Studies Of Transitioning To Agile Part3 – In an Agile World
  • Case Studies Of Transitioning To Agile Part4 – Measurements
Module 9: Critique Of Agile
  • Critique Of Agile-Part1
  • Critique Of Agile-Part2
Module 10: Review Of Agile
  • Review Of Agile-Part1
  • Review Of Agile-Part2
  • Review Of Agile-Part3
  • Course Conclusion