Agile Foundations

Agile Foundations
Agile Foundations

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 35m | 760 MB
eLearning | Skill level: All Levels

Teams that embrace an agile mindset are often better able to respond to customer feedback and shifting business needs—and have a bit more fun in the process. Interested in bringing the principles of agile to your team? This course can help. Join Doug Rose as he steps through the fundamental concepts you need to know to start thinking like an agile team. Doug goes over the values and principles covered in the agile manifesto, as well as how to enhance communication with user stories and cross-functional teams. Discover how to respond to change the agile way, explore popular agile frameworks, and learn about the common roles on an agile team. Along the way, Doug provides you with some exercises that can help boost your team’s agility and productivity.

Topics include:

  • Values and principles of the agile manifesto
  • The cost of multitasking
  • Writing user stories
  • Prioritizing work with a taskboard
  • Responding to change
  • Committing to sprints
  • Popular agile frameworks, including Kanban
  • Essential team roles
  • Major agile challenges
+ Table of Contents

1 Understanding agile
2 The agile mindset
3 The rise of knowledge workers
4 Challenges with software manufacturing
5 The agile manifesto Values
6 The agile manifesto Principles
7 The cost of multitasking
8 Avoid work hand-offs
9 The Penny Game
10 Deliver at a predictable pace
11 Cross-functional teams
12 User stories
13 User stories Common challenges
14 Start with the highest value
15 Prioritize with a taskboard
16 Avoid PowerPoint software
17 Inspect and adapt
18 Stay within timeboxes
19 Jump off the waterfall
20 Commit to sprints
21 Iterative delivery
22 Scrum
23 Extreme programming
24 Kanban
25 Common roles on the team
26 The product owner
27 The scrum master
28 Combat groupthink
29 Planning poker
30 Major agile challenges
31 Start an agile transformation
32 Next steps