Agile Project Management: Agile, Scrum, Kanban & XP


Summary, Description

Welcome to the Agile Project Management Tutorial!

The software market is going nuts about agile tactics. In situations where specifications are uncertain or are likely to evolve over time, it is increasingly becoming the option for software development. This course will allow you to explore how your production team, your end users, and your company as a whole will benefit from collaborating on an Agile project.

This is a list of the subjects in this course that we will cover:

Understanding the need to alter the conventional process of app creation

What is Agile? Agile

Comprehending Agile Concepts

What is not Agile

Waterfall against Agile

User Stories, Theme & Epic Knowing & Making

What is the backlog of products?

Difference in Product Roadmap & Product Backlog

Agile’s Benefits & Drawbacks

Why Agile Estimation is performed

In Agile, Why Relative Estimation

T-Shirt & Calculation for Fibonacci

In Agile, Preparation Poker

Comprehension & Production of Burn down Charts

Minimum Commodity Viable

Velocity Squad

Scrum introduction

Theory and Pillars of Scrum

Idents from Scrum

Planning a Run

The Daily Scrum

Retrospective on Sprint

Examination Sprint

Roles for Scrum

Owner of Goods

Leader Scrum

Team Growth

Objects Scrum

Backlog of Goods

Backlog of Sprint


The Done Description

Via realistic examples, exercise practise, quizzes & fun facts that are part of this course, you can fully understand & appreciate this course.

You will be able to: After completing this course,

1) Illustrate the potential for successful involvement in agile software development practices/processes.

2) The aim behind common agile activities should be clarified.

3) To extend agile values and standards to a given situation.

4) Define and address the most prominent challenges found in the application of Agile approaches.

5) Introduce programming for Scrum, Kanban & Extreme

I hope you like the course, be challenged by it, and learn a great deal. The primary aim is to establish a clear fundamental understanding of agile concepts.

It is recommended that you go at a rate that makes sense for you to go through the course. The topics are based on each other, so calming down and actually learning something is easier than just pushing on to keep up with a certain speed.

So, I have the resources that are required to get the job done. Ok, let’s do it. I’ll see you in the classroom. Anything the best!

For whom this course is intended:

  • Anyone with a passing experience with project management
  • Anyone who is a project manager, project team member, or project stakeholder
  • Someone who has no familiarity with systematic approaches to project management but is searching for them now
  • Anyone who has just learned the word Agile and would like to read more


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