Agile Project Management: Agile, Scrum, Kanban & XP

Agile Project Management: Agile, Scrum, Kanban & XP

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What you’ll learn:
  • Understanding the need for Change in 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 Burn down Charts
  • Minimum Viable Product
  • Team Velocity
  • Scrum Theory and Pillars
  • Scrum Events: Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Retrospective and Sprint Review
  • Scrum Roles: Product Owner, Scrum Master & Development Team
  • Scrum Artifacts: Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog & Increment
  • Definition of Done
  • Introduction to Agile Kanban
  • Kanban Principles
  • How Kanban is different from Scrum & Extreme Programming?
  • Finding various inefficiencies in your process using Kanban board
  • Definition of done in Kanban
  • Daily Standup in Kanban
  • Specifying rules in Kanban
  • Introduction to Extreme Programming
  • Values in Extreme Programming
  • XP Practices
Description:

Welcome to the Course on Agile Project Management!

Software industry is going crazy on agile methods. It is rapidly becoming the choice for software development where requirements are unpredictable or is expected to change over time. This course will help you explore how working on an Agile project has benefits for your development team, your end users, and your organization as a whole.

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

  • Understanding the need for Change in 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 Burn down Charts
  • Minimum Viable Product
  • Team Velocity

    Introduction to Scrum

  • Scrum Theory and Pillars
  • Scrum Events
    • Sprint Planning
    • Daily Scrum
    • Sprint Retrospective
    • Sprint Review
  • Scrum Roles
    • Product Owner
    • Scrum Master
    • Development Team
  • Scrum Artifacts
    • Product Backlog
    • Sprint Backlog
    • Increment
  • Definition of Done

    Introduction to Kanban

  • Kanban Principles
  • How Kanban is different from Scrum & Extreme Programming?
  • Finding various inefficiencies in your process using Kanban board
  • Definition of done in Kanban
  • Daily Standup in Kanban
  • Specifying rules in Kanban

    Introduction to Extreme Programming

  • Values in Extreme Programming
  • XP Practices

This course is ideal for software developers, project managers, software leadership, or anyone that would have an interest and gain benefit from running an Agile project and delivering maximum value early to your customers.

You will thoroughly understand & enjoy this course through practical examples, practice exercise, quizzes & fun facts which are part of this course.

After completing this course, you will be able to :

1) Demonstrate the ability to participate effectively in agile practices/process for software development.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who has a passing familiarity with Project Management
  • Anyone who is a Project Manager, a member of a project team, or a stakeholder on a Project
  • Someone who doesn’t have an experience with formal project management approaches but is looking for one now
  • Anyone who has just heard the term Agile and want to know more

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