This course allows students to begin learning the tools used in agile methodology, and how to begin implementing them to offer a better-quality product to their client/end-user while fostering team collaboration and relationships. It focuses on the initial learning topics of agile methodology, including specific team roles, such as product owner, while also addressing the framework behind one of the most popular components of agile, which is scrum. The course also discusses the importance of scrum teams, how they should be formed and their roles. This course is the first in a set of three courses designed to help students learn many of the topics covered by several of the agile certifying bodies including Project Management Institute (PMI) and Scrum.org.
Degrees and Certificates
Foundations of Agile Methodology
This course allows students to complete the critical knowledge behind this growing methodology so that they can implement learning to aid in the project planning in any industry. This course addresses the last steps in the incorporation of agile methodology by discussing team scaling and team coaching while re-addressing team roles and how the team is to adapt to change throughout the execution process. Additionally, to help in the students' credential goals, practice questions are provided for those who are also looking to prepare for industry certification. This is the last in a set of three courses designed to help students learn many of the topics that are covered by several of the agile certifying bodies including Project Management Institute (PMI) and Scrum.org.
Applications of Agile Principles