Learn Risk Management: Risk Planning in Agile and Scrum
What you'll learn
- Define Risk Management in Scrum
- Identify the types of Project Risks
- Explain Risk Assessment
- Explain impact versus likelihood matrix
- Understand the concept of placing risks on a matrix
- Define and understand Risk Strategies, Contingency, Mitigation
- Identify Group Anti-Patterns
- Identify Individual Anti-Patterns
- Explain Contingency Plan vs Fallback Plan
- Understand how The Risk Assessment Meeting is held
- Understand how to create a Risk Plan
- Important factors of Risk monitoring
- FAQ for Risk management
- No Scrum and Agile prerequisites are needed
- Basic knowledge of Scrum Framework is recommended
- Basic knowledge of Project Management is recommended
Are you tired of constantly being blindsided by unexpected risks in your projects?
Do you find yourself constantly struggling with managing risks in your projects?
Learn the proven methods to effectively plan for and manage risks in Scrum and keep your projects on track.
As a project manager, product owner, Scrum Master, or team lead, you know all too well the challenges of delivering a successful project in a complex environment.
The unpredictable and uncertain nature of product development is sure to bring about various types of risks, from business to market, technology to financial, and everything in between.
But what if you could turn these challenges into opportunities?
By taking this course, you'll discover the tools and strategies needed to manage risks and keep your projects on target.
Through Transparency, Inspection, Adaption, and empiricism, you'll learn how to prioritize risks, identify and mitigate common management anti-patterns, and create a risk management plan that will help you take control of your project and achieve your goals.
Don't let unexpected risks derail your next project.
With this course, you'll have the knowledge and confidence to manage risk with Scrum and stay ahead of the game.
Define the term risk.
Define the terms impact, likelihood, and value.
Know how to create and use an impact vs. likelihood matrix and
Know how you can use a risk-value matrix to prioritize risks and features.
Know how to address different rankings of problems along with the impact vs. likelihood matrix and risk-value matrix.
Define the terms risk management plan, indicator, and action.
Understand the difference between group anti-patterns and individual anti-patterns.
Identify, describe, and suggest means of addressing common management anti-patterns, including analysis paralysis, cart before the horse, Groupthink, silos, vendor lock-in, overengineering, gold-plating, viewgraph engineering, fire drill and heroics, death march, micromanagement, seagull management, email as the primary means of communication, loose cannon, and intellectual violence.
Identify and define types of risks including scope risk, technology risk, customer and stakeholder risks, and personnel risks.
Create a risk management plan.
And important factors related to risk monitoring…
Even though using Agile methodology reduces risk in the early phases of software development, we should also consider the idea that there is a demand to start thinking about making more room to risk management in a more formalized way.
If you’re ready to start planning risks for your next project, let’s start right now!
Do you want to understand how to manage risk with Scrum?
I will show you how to use Transparency, Inspection, and Adaption. And empiricism to manage risks...
We will start with:
Make a list of known risks.
Discuss the probability of occurrence and impact on your product (solution, features, business, etc.).
Categorize (whether the risk is business, currency, market or technology, or architecture-related).
I found these practices helpful while working with Scrum Teams. The most important part of this is a discussion that may bring value.
I will show you some strategies on how to manage these risks.
After the course, you will decide whether is it worthwhile to pay attention to the specific threat? Or rather, can we skip it over as the probability and impact are low?
ENROLL NOW and start planning for risks like a pro!
Who this course is for:
- Product Owners
- Scrum Masters
- Developers in Scrum
- Project Managers
- Release Engineers
- Anyone who want to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of Agile to lead high performing teams
- People who got their first Scrum job and don't know where to start tracking their work
- People who want to learn Scrum, Agile, and Agile Software development
- Senior executives who wish to actively promote agile concepts across business teams and to link those concepts directly to business-related outcomes
- Product Stakeholders who want to understand how to manage risks indicators at any point in the development cycle
- Agile team members who manage risks
- Programmers, Testers, analysts, product managers...
Master of Computer Science and Information Technology, Product Owner, Scrum Master, CIO, Agile Coach, Trainer of Trainers, Digital entrepreneur, Consultant, Project manager, with more than 60 international certificates in different areas of IT.
· Ability to set priorities and to work in a team,
· Sense of initiative and organization and sense of responsibility,
· Ability to work independently and without direct supervision,
· Good aspiration for developing existing knowledge and learning new things.
· Positive experience in teamwork,
· Tactful, good sense of humor, good self-control,
· Strong enthusiasm and positive energy
· Married, father of two children,
· Sport: Boxing, Tennis, bicycle, chess, table tennis.
· Hobby: Playing guitar (finished Music School) and singing, learning to play piano, long walks, Website design...