Agile PM 301 Mastering Agile Project Management

Learn How to Blend Agile and Traditional Project Management to Create an Adaptive Approach to Project Management
Agile PM 301 Mastering Agile Project Management
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1.32 GB
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6h 49m



Agile Project Management Academy - Chuck Cobb


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Last updated 7/2021



Agile PM 301 Mastering Agile Project Management

What you’ll learn

Develop an objective understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of both an Agile and traditional plan-driven approach to project management and how they can be combined in the right proportions to fit any given situation in an integrated approach to Agile Project Management
Learn what’s fundamentally different about Agile Project Management and the shifts in thinking that project managers might need to make to operate successfully in an Agile environment
Better understand the impact of Agile on the project management profession, the new challenges that Agile creates for project managers, and the potential roles that an Agile Project Manager can play

Agile PM 301 Mastering Agile Project Management


Students should have some general familiarity with both traditional plan-driven project management and Agile methodologies.
It is highly recommended that students take my Udemy course “Understanding Agile at a Deeper Level'” before taking this course


Important:This course is part of an integrated, university-level curriculum of seven courses (See details below).  This course is the fifth course in that series and should be taken in sequence.  Please take the prerequisite courses before taking this course. Course Statistics:Over 125,000 students in my courses!Over 7,000 5-star reviews in my courses!Earn PDU’s: Students who complete this course are eligible to receive 7.0 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.Money-back Guaranty: Try this course and if you are not satisfied with the value you received from the course, just send an email to Udemy support and they will give you a 100% refund within 30 days.Course Summary:

Learn how to  blend Agile and traditional plan-driven project management principles and practices in the right proportions to fit any situation!The concept of Agile Project Management is very rapidly evolving and will have a significant impact on the project management profession; however, we are in the early stages of that transformation and there is a lot of confusion about what impact it has on project managers. This course will help you unravel a lot of the confusion that exists; develop a totally new perspective to see both Agile and traditional project management principles and practices in a new light as complementary to each other rather than competitive; and learn to develop an adaptive approach to project management to blend those principles and practices together in the right proportions to fit any situation.This course is part of a sequence of courses that are designed to cover most of the knowledge required for PMI-ACP® certification but the courses present that knowledge in a very practical, real-world context to provide a much deeper understanding of the principles behind it.  The course also includes a number of case studies to show how to apply this knowledge in a typical real-world situation.Special Note: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 WaterfallAgile PM 102 – What’s the Future of Agile Project Management?Agile PM 201 – Understanding Agile at a Deeper LevelAgile PM 202 – Introduction to Agile Project ManagementAgile PM 301 – Mastering Agile Project ManagementAgile PM 401 – Advanced Agile Project ManagementAgile PM 402 – Enterprise-level Agile Project ManagementStudents 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 CourseIn 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 CurriculumThere 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 AnalystsIntroduction to Agile Business ManagementMastering Agile Business ManagementEnterprise-level Agile Business ManagementNote: These courses for Agile Business Management are an abridged version of the Agile Project Management courses and there is no need to take both


Section 1: Course Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Agile Estimation and Time-boxing

Lecture 2 Review of Traditional Project Management Estimation Practices

Lecture 3 Project Estimation Best Practices

Lecture 4 Time-boxing and Time-boxing Advantages

Lecture 5 General Agile Estimation Approach

Lecture 6 Story Points and Velocity

Lecture 7 Definition of Done and Definition of Ready

Lecture 8 Wideband Delphi and Planning Poker

Lecture 9 Estimation by Analogy and Relative Sizing

Lecture 10 Agile Estimation Example

Section 3: Agile Risk Management

Lecture 11 Overview of Project Risk Management

Lecture 12 Agile Risk Identification Part 1

Lecture 13 Agle Risk Identification Part 2

Lecture 14 Project Risk Analysis

Lecture 15 Project Risk Response

Lecture 16 Monitoring and Controlling Risks

Lecture 17 Agile Risk Management Summary

Section 4: Agile Metrics

Lecture 18 Overview of Project Management Metrics

Lecture 19 How Are Agile Metrics Different?

Lecture 20 Project Progress Metrics

Lecture 21 Baseline Metrics and Project Scope

Lecture 22 Risk Management Metrics

Lecture 23 Project Profitability Metrics

Lecture 24 Earned Value Metrics Part 1

Lecture 25 Earned Value Metrics Part 2

Lecture 26 Team Productivity Metrics

Lecture 27 Quality and Customer Satisfaction Metrics

Lecture 28 Agile Metrics Summary and Best Practices

Section 5: Agile Communications Practices

Lecture 29 Overview of Agile Communications

Lecture 30 Effective Communications Traits and Skills

Lecture 31 Information Radiators

Lecture 32 Agile Team Space

Lecture 33 Face-to-Face Communications

Lecture 34 Collocated and Distributed Teams and Daily Standups

Section 6: Agile Communications and Collaboration Tools

Lecture 35 The Importance of Collaboration

Lecture 36 Types of Communication and Collaboration Tools

Lecture 37 Wiki’s and Document Sharing Tools

Lecture 38 The Influence of Social Media

Lecture 39 An Example of a Communication and Collaboration Tool

Lecture 40 How to Use Communication and Collaboration Tools

Section 7: Agile Project Management Tools

Lecture 41 Overview of Agile Project Management Tools

Lecture 42 Capabilities of Team-level Agile Project Management Tools

Lecture 43 Team-level Tool Demo

Lecture 44 Capabilities of Enterprise-level Agile Project Management Tools

Lecture 45 Enterprise-level Tool Planning Demo

Lecture 46 Enterprise-level Tool Tracking Demo

Section 8: Agile Development Practices

Lecture 47 Overview of Agile Development Practices

Lecture 48 Agile Architecture

Lecture 49 Code Refactoring

Lecture 50 Continuous Integration

Lecture 51 Pair Programming

Lecture 52 Test-driven Development

Lecture 53 Agile Prototyping

Section 9: Agile Quality and Testing Practices

Lecture 54 Overview of Agile Quality and Testing Practices

Lecture 55 Definition of “Done” and Definition of “Ready”

Lecture 56 The Role of QA Testing in an Agile Project

Lecture 57 Types of Testing

Lecture 58 Acceptance Test-driven Development

Lecture 59 Repeatable Tests and Automated Regression Testing

Lecture 60 Value-based and Risk-based Testing

Section 10: Agile and PMBOK

Lecture 61 Agile and PMBOK Part 1

Lecture 62 Agile and PMBOK Part 2

Section 11: Overall Summary and Resources to Help

Lecture 63 Student Case Study

Lecture 64 Overall Summary and Resources to Help

Lecture 65 How to Claim PDU’s

Lecture 66 Bonus Material

Anyone who is interested in developing a well-integrated Agile Project Management strategy for their organization to align an Agile development approach with the company’s business,Project Managers who want to learn how Agile impacts the project management profession and want to develop a more adaptive approach to project management to enhance their project management skills and develop new opportunities for career growth

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Udemy | English | 6h 49m | 1.32 GB
Created by: Agile Project Management Academy – Chuck Cobb

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