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Agile in a Nutshell An Introduction to Agile Project Management

Agile in a Nutshell An Introduction to Agile Project Management
Agile in a Nutshell An Introduction to Agile Project Management

Agile in a Nutshell An Introduction to Agile Project Management

The Complete Agile Project Management Course: Scrum, Kanban, Lean, and XP concepts and techniques for agile project management.

What you’ll learn

Agile in a Nutshell An Introduction to Agile Project Management

  • How can we make software better?
  • Aspects of a great software product to consider
  • What exactly is Agile Project Management and how does it function?
  • Who uses agile project management?
  • What is the need for Agile Project Management?
  • Product Owner Roles and Responsibilities
  • The Fundamentals of Agile: What exactly is Agile? The Values and Principles of the Agile Manifesto What Is the Difference Between Scrum and Agile Project Management? What makes Agile better than a waterfall?
  • Do you know what the procedure entails, and why do we need it?
  • What are the specific requirements, and why are they so important?
  • What exactly is an Agile plan and why do we require one?
  • “Agile risk management” includes tracking, analysing, and reviewing the progress of agile development projects.
  • Which choice is best for you?
  • Contextualizing the Scrum Framework What are the three roles in Scrum? Scrum events, difficulties with Scrum adoption, and challenges
  • This is a collection of my work. It talks about Extreme Programming (XP), Extreme Programming Principles, Extreme Programming Rules, and Extreme Programming Implementation Challenges.
  • Lean Software Development Principles and Lean Software Development
  • Kanban, Just-In-Time, Work-in-Progress, and Cycle Time are examples of management concepts. What is the Kanban planning procedure?
  • Management of Agile Projects How to Begin with Agile Project Management
  • How to Run an Effective Scrum Meeting
  • Techniques for Improving Software Quality
  • You’ll be able to tell the difference between Agile and traditional project management techniques (other methodologies).
  • a process or strategy to follow.
  • You’ll learn how to focus on an MVP (Minimum Viable Product).

Requirements

  • A willingness to learn Agile with an open mind.
  • There is no need for any prior preparation or Agile knowledge.

Description

Welcome to the Introduction to Agile Project Management in a Nutshell course.

Learn about Agile Project Management, Scrum, Kanban, Lean, and Extreme Programming XP principles and techniques.

The most significant ideas of Agile Software Development, Agile Project Delivery, and Agile Project Management will be covered in this Agile course.

You will discover

  • Processes, requirements, user stories, daily stand-ups, retrospectives, and Kanban boards have different meanings.
  • How do I begin using Agile Project Management?
  • How to Hold a Successful Scrum Meeting
  • Software Quality Improvement Techniques
  • Can Agile be applied to your work and projects?
  • Project Management Differences Between Agile and Waterfall
  • Agile’s advantages and benefits
  • What is the Agile Manifesto, and what does it mean?
  • Why is Agile now the most popular development methodology?
  • Why is Agile not just for developers or IT projects?
  • What is a plan, and why does Agile software development require it?
  • Management of risks
  • How might Agile help you learn from your errors?
  • Everything is based on my own experience and work!

What will you gain from the Agile in a Nutshell Course?

  • Deliver projects and products more quickly and with fewer software issues!
  • Become completely equipped for a job that requires Agile knowledge.
  • Feel more confident about Agile and how to implement it in your organization.
  • You will be able to include it in your CV. This will open up more work opportunities for you.
  • What you’ll learn will help you become more efficient and successful in Agile.
  • Obtain certification in Agile Project Management.

This Agile in a Nutshell course is designed for the following:

  • People are interested in learning more about Agile or considering a career shift.
  • People who have never worked with Agile before
  • Who has been perplexed by terms like “user stories,” “backlog,” “retrospectives,” “sprints,” “scrum master,” “product owner,” “MVP,” “process,” “requirements,” and “risk management,” “software quality,” “kanban board,” etc?
  • Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Developers, Project Managers, Business Analysts, Solution Architects, Enterprise Architects, Data Base Administrators, and anybody interested in studying Agile are all welcome to attend.
  • People interested in discovering new and intriguing development approaches
  • Who thinks that the standard way of delivering projects takes too long, so they want to look into other options.
  • People interested in learning about Scrum, the most essential and widely used Agile framework, Extreme programming, Kanban, and Lean…
  • Those interested in obtaining an Agile Project Management Certification

What benefits can Agile project management provide?

  1. Agile Project Management allows you to complete tasks more quickly.
  2. Agile project management encourages ongoing engagement, teamwork, and a laser-like concentration on results.
  3. Throughout the project, you get direct input from your customer with Agile Project Management.
  4. In agile project management, traditional long documentation processes and long meetings are replaced by agile, lean processes, practices, and rituals such as the daily standup.
  5. Roles blur in Agile Project Management, so everyone can participate in different tasks whether or not it is their “official” role. Not only do testers test, but so do others (if the team decides that).
  6. Agile project management helps you concentrate on value and the minimum viable product (MVP) (Minimum Viable Product). So you always follow a simple yet crucial principle: keep it simple! If all you need is a skateboard, don’t build a Ferrari!
  7. Agile project management relies heavily on visual boards (Kanbans) and reports. It allows everyone to stay on the same page and understand execution speed, improvement opportunities, and more.

Who this course is for:

  • People interested in Agile techniques, Scrum, Kanban, XP, and Lean…
  • Beginners are those who have never worked with Agile before.
  • Developers, Project Managers, Business Analysts, Solution Architects, Enterprise Architects, Database Administrators, and anyone else who wants to study Agile.
  • People are interested in learning about an exciting methodology and changing careers.
  • People who have an open mind and are eager to learn.
  • Who can take notes and utilize the topics and tools introduced in this course?
  • People think that the standard way of delivering projects takes too long, so they want to look into other options.
  • People who aim to finish projects more quickly and successfully.
  • Those interested in obtaining an Agile Project Management Certification

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