Basics of Scrum, Agile and Project Delivery
The Scrum Body of Knowledge (SBOK™) provides guidelines for the successful implementation of Scrum methodology.
Created by SCRUMstudy Certification - (Global Training Provider)
Students: 157297, Price: Free
'Introduction to Scrum' course is tailored to help anyone interested to know more about Scrum; learn about key concepts in Scrum as defined in the SBOK™ Guide; and to get a basic understanding of how Scrum framework works in delivering successful projects.
This course contains video lectures on all aspects of Scrum and how Scrum Body of Knowledge (SBOK Guide) has been designed to help you implement scrum in your projects.
Agile PM 101 – Learn the Truth About Agile versus Waterfall
Learn to See Agile and Waterfall in a Fresh, New Perspective as Complementary Rather Than Competitive
Created by Agile Project Management Academy - Chuck Cobb - Author of The Project Manager's Guide to Mastering Agile
Students: 108119, Price: Free
This course is part of an integrated, university-level curriculum of seven courses (See details below). This course is the first course in that series.
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Earn PDU's: Students who complete this course are eligible to receive 0.75 PDU's in PMI continuing education credits. Instructions for claiming PDU's are provided with the last lesson in the course.
Qualify for PMI-ACP Certification: Completion of all seven courses in this series will meet the requirement for 21 hours of training to qualify for PMI-ACP certification.
Learn to see Agile and traditional plan-driven project management principles and practices in a fresh new perspective as complementary to each other rather than competitive in order to get the best of these two worlds!
Many businesses and project managers are faced with a choice of choosing a traditional plan-driven approach (or what is sometimes called “Waterfall") or a more Agile approach for critical projects which can be a very important decision with significant business impact but there are many stereotypes and misconceptions that exist about both “Agile" and “Waterfall" that can be very confusing and misleading. Many people see this as a binary and mutually-exclusive choice between two extremes and attempt to force-fit projects to one of these two approaches when the right solution is to go in the other direction and fit the approach to the project.
Since this is such a critical decision that has such a big impact, it's very important to get past these stereotypes and misconceptions, develop a clear objective understanding of what it means (or doesn't mean) when people talk about "Agile versus Waterfall".
This course is part of an overall curriculum that is designed around helping students develop the skills required for a high-impact Agile Project Management role. Most students will want to take the complete curriculum rather than individual courses. The complete curriculum should be taken in the following order:
Agile PM 101 - Learn the Truth About Agile versus Waterfall
Agile PM 102 - What's the Future of Agile Project Management?
Agile PM 201 - Understanding Agile at a Deeper Level
Agile PM 202 - Introduction to Agile Project Management
Agile PM 301 - Mastering Agile Project Management
Agile PM 401 - Advanced Agile Project Management
Agile PM 402 - Enterprise-level Agile Project Management
Students who complete the entire curriculum of all seven courses shown above will receive a signed certificate of completion from the Agile Project Management Academy. The complete set of seven courses will also meet the 21 hours of training required for PMI-ACP certification.
PMI-ACP Certification Course
In addition, there are one optional courses that is designed to supplement the above curriculum for students who are interested in PMI-ACP certification:
How to Prepare for PMI-ACP Certification is intended for students who are interested in using this curriculum to prepare for PMI-ACP certification
Agile Business Management Curriculum
There is also a condensed version of this curriculum that is designed for any business people who are involved in Agile projects including Product Owners, Business Sponsors, and Business Analysts
Introduction to Agile Business Management
Mastering Agile Business Management
Enterprise-level Agile Business Management
Note: These courses for Agile Business Management are an abridged version of the Agile Project Management courses and there is no need to take both
Agile With Scrum – From Beginner to Advanced
Learn about how to go from zero to scrum ninja
Created by Luke Angel - Sr. Technical Cross Platform Program Manager
Students: 32776, Price: Free
You’ve most likely heard of scrum—the popular Agile framework. If this sport sounding framework has piqued your interest, this course is for you. This course is designed to give you a great understanding of what scrum is and how you can start implementing it. In this course you will follow scrum expert and certified scrum trainer Luke Angel as he walks through what scrum is and why scrum has taken the business world by storm. He will take you on a journey on how to organize your scrum team and get scrum working at your organization. You will learn about the scrum roles, ceremonies and artifacts.
- Why Scrum?
- What Is The Agile Revolution
- Why Scrum Works
- How To Form Scrum Project Solutions
- What Are The Scrum Team Roles
- How To Assemble A Scrum Team
- How To Set The Vision For Your Project
- User Stories 101
- How To Create Success Criteria
- How To Estimate With Story Points
- How To Create Roadmaps And Release Plans
- How To Conduct Sprint Planning
- How To Use Scrum Reporting
- How To Run Standup Meetings
- How Scrum Backlog Grooming Works
- How to Create “Definition Of Done”
- How To Create Sprint Demos
- How To Run Successful Sprint Retrospectives
Change Agility in the Workplace: Become a Change Agent
Become an agent of change by adopting the agility and resilience skills required in the evolving modern workplace.
Created by Shelley Osborne - Learning & Development Expert, Ed Tech Evangelist
Students: 31066, Price: Free
NOTE: We originally built this course with the intention of addressing normal workplace change. However, with the spread of COVID-19, the normal workplace itself is changing. We wanted to get this course out sooner than planned as we feel the strategies and techniques included will help you better face the unprecedented change the world is going through now.
Change can be hard. Change is also inevitable and necessary. In order to successfully grow as a company, a team, or an individual, we must be able to adapt to change and persevere through the good, the bad, and the ugly. Easier said than done, right? This course will provide you with the strategies you need to personally handle the constant change we face in the modern workplace on an individual level. We’ll zero in on 5 change-focused mindsets you should adopt and some concrete strategies to put them into practice! You’ll finish this course with the tools you need to confidently become an agent of change.
In this course, you will:
Use situational awareness to better comprehend change as it happens.
Work through the 5 Stages of Change to navigate emotional responses to change.
Adopt ideation techniques to help generate innovative approaches to new situations.
Reframe your circumstances to confront change with a new perspective.
Discuss how to make decisions without knowing the full picture.
Identify the questions you need to answer in order to clearly communicate a change.
The modern workplace does not stay the same for very long - change agility is an essential skill in order to function successfully at work. Having the tools to prepare for and move through change (when it inevitably comes) will set you up to be more resilient and flexible when it really counts.
As someone who has dedicated my life to learning and education, I have seen my fair share of change - first as a high school teacher and now as the VP of Learning at Udemy. I have spent my career focused on helping others grow, something that is absolutely rooted in our openness and willingness to change. Now, it’s part of my job to prepare my colleagues for constant change so they can move through it successfully, and I hope to help you do the same in this course.
If you're ready to face change with a new mindset, let's get started!
Agile Methodologies Overview
An overview of agile methodologies
Created by Nate Dinet - Author & Co-founder of Conquer Life & Enterprise Agile Coach
Students: 28754, Price: Free
In the world of software development life cycle management Agile project managers and scrum masters are in high demand. Take this course to get an introductory overview of Agile Principles and foundation for Agile project management. This course will showcase to you that we are industry experts and that you can expect to get great content in our other classes on Udemy.
Agile & Scrum Overview – Certification Info
Get an Overview of Agile & Scrum. Learn Details and Prerequisites of the Most Popular Agile & Scrum Certifications
Created by Master of Project Academy - Get Certified at Your Pace!
Students: 28653, Price: Free
Founded in 2012, Master of Project Academy taught 50,000+ IT & Business professionals in more than 170 countries around the world.
Now, Master of Project Academy's exclusive & premium courses are in Udemy!
Go through an overview of Agile & Scrum in 30 Minutes! Get the details and prerequisites of the MOST POPULAR Agile & Scrum Certifications.
Change of technology is at the pace of it was never before. Market conditions, harsh competition and time-to-market are biggest concerns of today's organizations, especially for technology companies. In order to adapt this fast changing environment, most of the organizations adapt Agile Project Management methodologies. This enables the organizations to produce valuable outputs faster. And Scrum Framework is the most popular Agile Methodology.
Because of this shift in project management methodology, organizations seek for Agile Practitioners, Scrum Masters, Agile and Scrum Professionals to manage their software development projects. Take this opportunity to learn Agile Project Management and Scrum Framework, earn a new skill, get an Agile & Scrum Certification and take a head ahead in your career.
You will get an overview for Agile Project Management-Scrum Framework-Certification Prep course.
Course includes agenda, list of agile methodologies and framework. Most popular agile methodologies and frameworks are described briefly: Extreme Programming, Lean, Kanban. Then, the most popular Agile framework, Scrum Framework is described briefly. Finally, agile & scrum certifications are described.
Learn JIRA in less than a hour with Agile Methodology
Created by Nivid labs - Team of more than decade exp. technology IT professionals
Students: 21907, Price: Free
This course walks through all the core features and concepts of JIRA with real-world examples. JIRA upgraded their User Interface in cloud, it incorporates and uses some of the latest features released for JIRA Software on Cloud. We will be going over all new interface, features available on Feb 2018.
JIRA is a very comprehensive tool and one of the most popular agile project management tools out there. When used and configured correctly, it will help you work smarter, faster, collaborative and more efficiently.
STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE:
Session 1: Introduction to JIRA, features, References
Session 2: Agile, Scrum, Framework, Roles, Sprint, Backlogs, Planning, Review, Retrospective and Daily Scrum Meetings, References
JIRA Login, Dashboard, UI Components, Interface and Navigation, Project, Notification, Issues, Workflow and Transitions
Scrum process in JIRA, Create Sprint, Add Issues, Start and Complete Sprints, Sprint board state transitions, Sprint Reports
Session 5: Issue Types, Clone, Links, Subtasks, Convert Subtask to Issue and Visa-versa, Edit, Label, Share, Watch, Move, Logs, Comments
Foundations of Agile Software Testing
Agile Software Testing
Created by Mary Ann Schatteman - President, My Next IT Course CATP, CSM
Students: 15247, Price: Free
The Foundations of Agile Software Testing course presents an introductory overview of agile software testing and compares waterfall, iterative and agile methodologies. This course introduces students to the high level concepts of agile software testing including testing objectives and terminology, testing lifecycle, roles, activities and artifacts, test phases and types, agile acceptance criteria and test cases, agile estimation, sprint test planning and execution, defect management, agile test metrics and testing tools.
This course is divided into 9 sections and includes review quizzes covering each section. Downloadable hand-outs are available for several lectures to be used as reference material after the course.
Our goal is to create courses that are very practical so that you can use what you have learned in you day to day project work in agile teams.
CBPM Course 1: Creating Agile and Accountable Project Teams
Creating Agile and Accountable Project Teams
Created by Timm Esque - Helps high stakes teams do what they say they will do
Students: 11607, Price: Free
Traditional project management techniques are no longer keeping up with the speed and sophistication needed to succeed in today's fast-paced world. Software development has been shifting to "Agile" project methods for about a decade now, but very few projects are purely about software. Commitment-Based Project Management (CBPM) is an Agile project management method that can be applied in any project environment.
CBPM evolved in the mid-1990's to help high tech teams that absolutely needed to meet aggressive deadlines. It has since been used with success on a very diverse range of projects. There are two key differences between CBPM and other project management approaches: 1) CBPM focuses on deliverables vs tasks at all levels of organization to ensure clear expectations and leave room for innovation, and 2) CBPM teaches a slight shift in the language used to plan and monitor projects to help teams operate from strong deliverable commitments to each other.
Team members like CBPM because it is participative and creates greater clarity and transparency about what is going on on projects. Teams that follow CBPM, have a greater sense of control and avoid painful "panic mode" down the stretch. Project Managers like CBPM because it facilitates more responsibility and accountability from all team members and because when used correctly, it prevents painful surprises and rework.
The instructor, Timm Esque, is an award winning author and consultant who along with others created this approach to projects and has been helping teams use it since 1996. Timm has been cited as an expert on performance under pressure in the Wall Street Journal. He has published over 50 articles and book chapters, 3 books, and has presented or consulted in over 15 different countries.
As Managing Partner of Ensemble Management Consulting, Timm is hoping to use these Udemy courses to get the word out about CBPM and create a broader community of CBPM practitioners.
This first course is an introduction suitable to anyone who has experience working on or leading projects at any level. It contains about 45 minutes of lectures. There are some reflection questions and a couple activities designed to give you a sense of how CBPM is different. The purpose of the first course is to provide an introduction to CBPM and help you decide if it would make sense to continue to Course 2. However, it will also point you to other CBPM resources, several of which are free online.
If you decide to continue to the second CBPM Course on Udemy, you will learn a new structure, language and techniques for running regular status review meetings. Those who implement these techniques should see very quickly how CBPM can add value to your current practices, and help any team be more productive and more predictable.
Those who learn to implement CBPM fully, can earn performance-based CBPM certifications, offered by Ensemble in partnership with the International Society of Performance Improvement.
Agile with Scrum – At affordable price
Agile project management with the Scrum framework
Created by Krishnendu Saha - Technical Consultant
Students: 9265, Price: Free
1. What is Agile and why Agile?
2. Learn the differences between Waterfall vs Agile.
3. What is Empirical Process Control vs Defined Process Control.
4. What is the Value of Agile?
5. Go over the Agile Manifesto and Principles of Agile.
6. Understand the Scrum Framework and all the Processes, the different Roles and Responsibilities
7. Benefits of using Scrum.
8. Agile - Stages of Estimation
9. Agile Estimation Techniques
10. What we need to keep in mind when transforming to Agile.
Agile Product Owner Career Guide
Crack a Product Owner Interview
Created by Career 24*7 - Business Analyst, Product Manager, Product Owner, Project Manager, Technical experts
Students: 6263, Price: Free
This course will help the product owners and prospective product owners to have real time experience of working as product owner. The course talks about the PO roles, their skills, backlog grooming, sprint planning and techniques to write effective user stories. The course has real Interview questions which have been asked by big organizations for product owner recruitment.
What Is “LEAN” or “AGILE” Business Analysis?
Understanding How Lean Principles Affect Your Requirements Discovery Process in Agile Software Development
Created by Tom and Angela Hathaway - BA-EXPERTS: Business Analysis for Anyone Wearing the BA Hat
Students: 5821, Price: Free
Take the Path to LEAN Business Analysis (as it relates to Information Technology)
In today’s world, you and your organization must be responsive, flexible, and make things happen quickly. You must do more with less – and faster. You no longer have business as usual, so why do business analysis as usual?
With the widespread adoption of Agile, software development has gone through some serious remodeling. Agile teams build robust products incrementally and iteratively, requiring fast feedback from the business community to define ongoing work. As a result, the process of defining IT requirements is evolving rapidly. Backlogs replace requirements definition documents. User Stories, Epics and Features replace requirement statements. Scenarios and Examples replace test cases. The timing of business analysis activities is shifting like sand.
This course is a brief overview of how you can reduce waste in Business Analysis practices to optimally support the new lean and agile software development world. You will learn about topics such as:
· The purpose of a product roadmap and a prioritized product backlog
· The concept of a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
· Agile and Lean thinking applied to requirements discovery, analysis, and acceptance testing
· Lean requirement constructs such as Features, User Stories, Epics, Scenarios, Examples, etc.
· The importance of feedback from your customers to improve the product
FREE Personal Branding for Agile Coaches and Scrum Masters
Use social media to improve your personal brand and get more clients
Created by Michael de la Maza, PhD, CEC - Agile Trainer / Scrum Alliance Certified Enterprise Coach
Students: 4361, Price: Free
Five years ago, I was an absolute ZERO on social media.
I relied on run-of-the-mill recruiters to get all of my gigs.
Eighteen months ago I began to focus on using social media to improve my personal brand and I have seen huge rewards:
One of the five largest tech companies in the world called me to train and coach one of their data science teams
A famous startup asked me to give a three hour workshop
I was asked to keynote a major conference
In this course, I introduce you to what I've been doing to increase my business by using social media.
This course is for beginners. If you are already familiar with Twitter, LinkedIn, and web sites DO NOT take this course.
Agile and digital transformation; agile culture and mindset
Intro to Agile and Digital Transformation. Learn how you can use agile principles to reach your goals and full potential
Created by Tobias Falkberger ⎮ Ida Kjaer - Director of People and Culture ⎮ Business Agility Coach
Students: 3942, Price: Free
Hi there, welcome to our course in Agile Transformation.
Our names are Tobias Falkberger and Ida Kjaer, together we have over 20 years of experience working with teams and organizations. For this course, Ida will be your instructor.
Ida is a certified agile coach with ICAgile and works as a Business Agility Coach at one of Norway's largest financial institutions.
As you know agile is quickly becoming the highest priority for businesses across all different industries.
But, what is really agile? What does it mean when someone says that we need to have an agile mindset, agile leadership, and grow an agile culture? How do we work with continuous improvement, decision making, structures, and people in Agile organizations?
Anders: "Easily worth an hour of your time. Well structured, easy to follow and insightful on the "invisible" core of agile."
Anna: "Excellent course for understanding what Agile Organisations are all about!"
This is what we will learn about in this course. This course is an introduction to agile and it’s a great start not only to your own agile journey but also your organization’s agile journey!
This course is built around the 5 trademarks of an agile organization developed by McKinsey. We dig into each one of these to understand what they mean for your organization.
When you are done with this course you will have a fundamental strong understanding of agile, you’ll be ready to take on new challenges in your organization, and start working with agile principles.
Join us to learn about how agile can help you and your organization to reach your goals. See you on the inside!
Jira agile project management+jira administration+jira agile
Overview of using jira to set up your first project+how to use it for scrum agile project management
Created by Paul Ashun - CSM, Author-Scrum Productivity Books, CEO Pashun Consulting
Students: 3551, Price: Free
Three reasons to TAKE THIS COURSE right now!
The unique reasons for taking this course are:
Complete, Concise, Confident Overview of Jira, especially for agile project management - You will be confident that you can set up your first project in any business and especially for Agile project management as the founders intended it, because I only teach accurately based on my experience with the product.
Gain confidence and get your Certificate of completion - I teach you everything you need to know to gain confidence then award you a certificate of completion without going into a class room or spending 1000s of Dollars. I also give you a foundation you can use for an accredited certification.
Bonus: You get a concise overview of Scrum and Agile concepts you can use in your team to deliver projects on time
What is Jira?
Jira is a simple tool for managing tasks, requirements, issues, bugs and activities for any team or project. Based on my experience, it has also been the number one tool used for Agile and Scrum projects that have delivered on time!
Who should take is course?
Whether you are a manager, team, scrum master, product owner, team member, business stakeholder or simply someone who wants to understand what makes Jita tick, this is the place to start.
PMI – Agile Methodology & Agile Certified Practitioner(ACP)
Agile Methodology - Scrum, XP, Lean, Kanban
Created by 360DigiTMG Elearning - 360DigiTMG is a leading training institute
Students: 2936, Price: Free
Learn about the Agile Methodology focused on mainly on Scrum. Also one will understand at a high level a few of the other agile methodologies such as XP, Lean, Kanban, TDD, etc. One will also learn about writing user stories / requirements, estimating user stories, prioritizing user stories, arriving at timelines, monitoring using burn down charts & other information radiators.
SCRUM for Agile product delivery, Step by Step
39 min pragmatic course covering 100% of the Scrum Framework with logical links
Created by Imane ERRIHANI - Digital Accelerator
Students: 1088, Price: Free
This free course is designed for those who don't have time to loose on long reading sessions.
This course is for you if :
you are interested by Agile product delivery,
you are interested by the Scrum Framework,
you need a logical link between the elements,
want to have the big picture of the framework to help start practicing Scrum asap.
Scrum itself is a simple framework for effective team collaboration on complex products delivery.
The elements covered in this course are :
The 3 Roles : Product Owner, Development Team & Scrum Master.
The 5 Events : Sprint, Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review & Sprint Retrospective.
The 3 Artifacts : Product backlog, Sprint backlog & Increment.
The Rules that bind them together.
This course is based on the official Scrum Guide and is aiming to facilitate your learning journey.
Learn about Scrum
Created by Narayana M - Developer
Students: 537, Price: Free
In this course, you will learn about Agile culture, Agile values, Agile principles as described in the Agile Manifesto. You will also learn the Scrum Agile framework and Kanban signboards. The course will provide lectures on Agile roles such as Product Owner, Scrum Master and Team members, Agile ceremonies such as sprint planning meeting, standup meeting, sprint review and retrospective, Agile artefacts such as product backlog, sprint backlog and burn down charts.
Agile Project Management/ Foundation Level (English)
Agile approach/ Foundation level material
Created by Жаксылык Заманбек - Agile Coach/ Data Scientist.
Students: 490, Price: Free
Agile is an approach for a successful project delivery. I would like to emphasize the word, successful as mostly Agile focuses on achieving the expected goals and results.
Agile is based on DSDM framework, which stands for Dynamic System Development Method. DSDM was found in 1994 by a group of IT Practitioners, to improve the traditional approach.
DSDM is a method of incremental delivery of parts of the solution. It means, that in DSDM Project is divided on increments and so the solution is delivered partially, to deliver the expected level of quality.
The course is more focused on theory of Agile and introduces you with basics of methodology. These knowledges will be also enough to start a career in Project Management or open your own business.
After completing this course you will be prepared for the Foundation level exam. If you want to pass the exam, please watch the course till the last video, as at the exam, there may be any question from each section.
This course is for people, who want to know how to build project or business succesfully. Understanding of Project Management is good, but knowing how to successfuly build it are in demand everywhere.
Agile Prioritization or how to “Put First Things First”
Learn how to define the value of the things to do and sort them to create focus and high performance
Created by Carlo Alberto Hung - Agile Coach
Students: 337, Price: Free
Imagine if you could find tools that can help you boost focus and maximize the value for the effort, even when you have tons of things to do.
Well, sorting things out and prioritizing is a key skill for that.
Prioritization is about deciding what are the elements that put a task or an action before something else. However, it is not only that. This skill is about being able to see how value and its definition changes over time and quickly adapt to get out the most of the context.
In this course I will teach you some of the basics about agility and why prioritization is important for that.
You will build skills and meet tools that you will be able to use both in your career and in your personal life.
We will go in this journey towards exploring how to ask the right questions to define the attributes of what is really valuable, and then, use those attributes to sort things and execute them in order, with maximum focus.
This course will help you start or improve your skills in choosing the right actions, at the right time.
This course is free and I will do my best to keep it free and improving, so please, use feedback as a constructive way of getting more free stuff like this.