The Agile movement seeks alternatives to traditional project management. Agile approaches can help teams to respond to unpredictability through incremental, iterative work cadences and empirical feedback.
The video course is divided into a number of sections that take you through the fundamental aspects of Agile development, progressing through each aspect at a pace that keeps you hooked. In the first section, you will learn how to create an Agile environment, and find out how to build and manage your backlog and Kanban board. Next, you’ll look into establishing correct roles in your team, and go through practical examples of product development planning and scrum organization. In the third section, you will learn how to plan an efficient product roadmap and schedule releases, and also work with the WSJF lean method and feedback process.
Finally, you will discover how to manage your product using an end-to-end approach by making hypotheses and easily validate them. By the end of this video course, you’ll know how to make the best of the Agile methodology to plan, manage, and develop your team and product.
About the Authors
Martin Esposito has a vast experience in the field of Communications. He is a Language and Communication Specialist and works as a Bilingual Conference Interpreter - English, Italian. He'll be providing the voice over for this course.
Massimo Fascinari is Technology Delivery Lead at Accenture. Massimo is passionate about work and people, He experiences a personal fulfillment when he can influence people to reach higher levels of excellence.
Massimo seeks wisdom from specific people whom he has intelligent conversations. He feels excited when he studies facts, ponder concepts, test theories or sharpens his skills.
Massimo is enthusiastic about "Rotate to the NEW": Agile, Artificial Intelligence, Automation, DevOps.
The aim of this video is to guide you in installing Atlassian JIRA Software. The main objective is to perform a full installation of JIRA on your localhost using the server edition.
We might have heard about Agile more than once. We might also be aware of some concepts that said we want to have them split right.
The aim of this video is to get you familiar with the Agile Software Development definition and its Manifesto—values and principles.
Beyond the Agile Software Development definition and its incremental and iterative approach, what is the actual impact of Agile?
How do we implement Agile and rotate our focus from the Project to the Product in a sustainable way?
What is the Scrum Framework? How can we implement it?
This video defines the Scrum Framework, highlighting the process, roles, and artefacts to implement digital products using Scrum.
In this video, we will work on Scrum projects using JIRA and apply the key principles and best practices of the Scrum framework.
What is the Kanban framework? How can we implement it? This video defines the Kanban framework, highlighting the process, the visual representation, and the principles to implement digital products using Kanban.
In this video, we will work on Kanban projects using JIRA and apply the key principles and best practices of the Kanban framework.
We became familiar with the term Product Owner and overall we understand what the role consists of.
The aim of this video is to share the experiences, challenges, and achievements that Amelia, our product owner, is facing in the day of her professional life.
We became familiar with the term Development Team and what its scope is in Agile Software Development.
The aim of this video is share the experiences, challenges, and achievements that the entire Development Team is facing in the daily Agile Software Development professional life.
We became familiar with the term Scrum Master and what overall the role consists of.
The aim of this video is to share the experiences, challenges, and achievements that Mike, our scrum master, is facing in her professional life.
We became familiar with managing user stories and subtask that combine our product.
The aim of this video is to share the key concepts that enable us to scale Agile and contextualize our work stream scope in the wider picture.
In defining the priority of the user stories for the Technis product, we trusted the knowledge and intuition of Amelia our product owner. What drivers is Amelia assessing? How?
The aim of this video is to formalize the cost of delay and the weighted shortest job first.
What to release? How? At what frequency?
The aim of this video is to share the key guidance on how structure releases and their subcomponents as well as define the pattern of synchronization and release approach.
We became familiar with the ability to prioritize user stories, features, and epics.
The aim of this video is to share the key concepts that enable us to scale and assess the validity of business hypothesis that are embedded in our user stories.
How to deal with efficiency and how to deal with effectiveness?
The aim of this video is to share the view on the two-way process between business and customers. This leads us to the need to expand Agile Software Development with other practices such as DevOps, Automation, and Telemetry.
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