Project Management Megapack 2022- Agile Scrum Kanban Lean XP
What you'll learn
- Your guide to project management with all necessary Project management tools for Agile, Six sigma, Lean, Scrum, Kanban,Crystal and XP
- Useful for students expecting Project Management exams, Scrum and Agile learning or Six Sigma White, Yellow, Green and Black Belt Certification exams in future
- Students learn to independently handle complex problem solving in project management
- Students get acquainted with lean management and improvement tools like Kaizen, Key Performance Indicators, PDCA and A3, Smart goals, Pull System
- Learn Making Project Scope, Communication Plan, Resource & Risk Management, Cost Management, Schedule Management, Procurement Management, Agile Management)
- Interest in any type of project management
- There are no any prerequisites for the course. This is a beginner's course.
IMP: This course comes with the reference pdfs handouts ,templates and practice files, preview lectures and a 30 day full money back guarantee !
What are the different project management approaches discussed inside this course?
The Project Management approaches discussed inside this course are:
Agile: Agile is the mother term of all the project management approaches such as Scrum, XP, Kanban, Scrumban, Crystal, FDD, DSDM, AUP etc. Agile is a management approach. Agile is a collaborative and cross functional approach of discovering requirements & developing solutions with the help of cross functional team.
Scrum: Scrum is the subset of agile management approaches where we perform small iterations (called sprint) and continually add value in the product along with the customer collaboration.
Kanban: First developed by Taiichi Ohno (Industrial Engineer at Toyota), Kanban is a scheduling system for lean manufacturing and projects requiring just-in-time manufacturing (JIT). The basic structure of a Kanban Board uses Boards, Lists and Cards
· Boards contain or encapsulate a project or a workflow.
· Lists contain and often prioritize cards that share a similar status or attribute.
· Cards describe the task, including related or supporting information
Lean: Lean is a continuous improvement and a value oriented strategy of creating more value to the customers (users) using minimum resources with minimization of wastes in every steps of process.
• Value- Ability to provide the customers what they want in right time, quality and cost.
• Waste-Any activity that utilizes time, space and resources without adding value to the product.
Lean is not just only a cost related practice. It’s way of thinking and organization of entire organization. It helps organization to be innovative and competitive.
Six Sigma: Six Sigma is a continuous, controlled and data driven method of eliminating defects in such a way as to go for six standard deviations between the mean and nearest specification limit in any process throughout the life cycle of the product, business or service. To achieve six sigma, the process shouldn’t produce more than 3.4 defects in a million opportunities.
XP: It's basically a Project Management approach used in the software development.
Crystal: Crystal is a Lightweight and adaptable management approach basically used for software development. It is a combination of different agile methodologies like Crystal Clear, Crystal Yellow, Crystal Orange, Crystal Red, Crystal Maroon, Crystal Blue,etc
Don't get confused over the noises of project management complications with different certifications in the market. Start applying the right project management tools in your workplace and getting the results.
What to do if I get confused with anything once I purchase the course?
The instructor of the course replies every queries related to the course within 2 business days. You can get in touch with the instructor of the course through the direct messaging services or through the Q & A session (the process of both these ways are explained inside the course)
Do I need any project management experience for this course?
While this course is certainly going to be beneficial for any project managers or any project management professionals, this course is organized in a completely step by step approach where any beginners in the project management can understand the concept quite well.
Will I get certificate after I complete the course?
Yes, you can download a udemy certificate of completion after you complete all the lessons and quizzes inside the course.
What is extra inside this course which will enhance my learning experience?
This course contains >50 templates for helping you manage your project management skills which you can download from the resources tab
There are many quizzes for your self testing as the course progresses
There is a practice test at the end of the course through which you can revise and test your knowledge gathered inside the course.
There are many simulated case studies to help you learn project management in a better way.
I am busy now...can I enroll in the course and take this course at any time and date I like?
Yes. Once enrolled you get indefinite access to this course.
If still there are any confusions, you can reach the instructor of this course through the Q & A session after getting enrolled. Relax and give it a try. This course comes with a 30 day full money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.
Who this course is for:
- All students who are interested in Project management or as a project manager in Future
Gunjan has years of direct experiences in Quality Assurance, Lean Six Sigma projects and Total Productive Management in manufacturing industries and labs. As a formulation scientist turned quality assurance and lean expert and six sigma black belt, he knows aspects of product and service development to lean management. Gunjan is happy to add value to more than 7000 students from over 125 countries. You can browse through courses related to lean manufacturing, six sigma, quality management, operations management or kaizen from instructor Gunjan in Udemy.
He has led many lean business transformation program in manufacturing firms, pharmaceutical industries, business and service sectors helping them with large financial gains with improved and sustained process.
Apart from being a lean and six sigma freak, Gunjan is also involved in implementation of WHO and JP quality standards and overall system of drug and cosmetics manufacture using Total Quality Management (TQM) and Kaizen.
Gunjan is an avid lover of continuous improvement. Notable recent system improvement project that Gunjan currently worked was a layout and system design project of a national herbal and essential oils company and lean layout improvement of a cosmetic company.