PMI-ACP Certification: Initiation and Requirements Gathering
WHO CAN ACCESS THIS COURSE :-
- Expected for venture supervisors, program directors, or any individual who needs to proficiently take an interest in nimble activities.
- Lined up with the Agile Certified Practitioner test targets created by the Project Management Institute® and Certified ScrumMaster learning goals
- Will qualifies you for guarantee 5 PDU’s for the PMI accreditation tests and to keep up your PMI affirmation
WHAT ARE YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS COURSE ?
- Useful but its’s not too much compulsory to study before – Course 1: Agile Project Management Essentials, Course 2 – Adopting an Agile Approach and Course 3 – The Scrum Development Process.
- Courses under development – Course 5: Planning and Monitoring Iterations on an Agile Project; Course 6: Leading an Agile Team; Course 7: Managing Stakeholder Engagement on an Agile Project
- This is course 4 of 8 from the Agile Project Management – The PMI-ACP (Agile Certified Practitioner) Certification Program
WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO LEARN FROM THIS COURSE ?
- Recognize the levels of agile planning, understand the benefits of having a plan for an agile project, and identify activities that take place during the different phases of agile planning
- Understand the essential elements of a business case, identify the elements of product vision, analyze an example of a use case, and develop examples of user stories.
Welcome to the fourth course of the Agile Project Management – The PMI-ACP (Agile Certified Practitioner) Certification Program. This course is centered around Agile Planning and all the more accurately on Project Initiating and Requirements Gathering.
Who will profit by taking this course
This course is planned for venture supervisors, program directors, or any individual who needs to effectively partake in nimble activities. It is lined up with the Agile Certified Practitioner test goals created by the Project Management Institute® and Certified ScrumMaster learning targets.
The course incorporates preparing recordings, models, exercices and quizes. Also, on the off chance that you take as much time as necessary to experience all the learning materials this will qualifies you for guarantee 5 PDU’s for the PMI confirmation tests and to keep up your PMI accreditation.
A lithe advancement group utilizes moving wave arranging and reformist elaboration, refining and changing plans at different focuses all through a venture’s life cycle. Arranging is useful in light of the fact that it lessens danger and vulnerability, improves dynamic, cultivates trust, and makes it simpler to give data to partners.
Three degrees of arranging
Deft groups center around three degrees of arranging. During discharge arranging, the client and engineers work together to give significant level data on what client stories, or highlights, and the number of emphasess, to remember for an item discharge.
During emphasis arranging, a group conducts definite arranging of the undertakings to finish in a particular cycle. This arranging is educated by the aftereffects of past cycles. Every day arranging happens during brief gatherings, when engineers talk about their advancement, prompt plans, and any deterrents.
Delivery and emphasis arranging
In a light-footed methodology, discharge arranging includes gathering necessities, making client stories, organizing stories, assessing stories, gathering stories, and setting a delivery date.
Emphasis arranging is more nitty gritty. It includes refreshing prerequisites, affirming client stories and needs, deteriorating stories into errands, and refining gauges before each new cycle starts.
A business case and an item vision
The initial phase in arranging a lithe venture is building up a business case and an item vision. The business case is a short record plotting the open door that a venture speaks to, the task’s objectives and a technique for accomplishing them, an undertaking vision, achievements, the necessary speculation, and the normal compensation.
The item vision is a depiction of what will be conveyed – which is exemplified in a dream explanation, of who will be associated with making an item, and of how the work will be finished.
A venture scope and an utilization case
A venture’s degree is the degree of the work it incorporates. Utilizing a deft methodology, a group controls venture scope by zeroing in just on creating usefulness that is of direct an incentive to the client.
An utilization case gives a review of a task’s extension. It depicts how clients must have the option to interface with a framework, and the necessary outcomes. It likewise portrays special cases, or the means that must happen in light of framework mistakes.
Client stories separate the undertaking’s significant level prerequisites into explicit, discrete necessities for specific item works. They’re normally communicated utilizing the wording “As a , I need to with the goal that I can .” A lithe group may need to break enormous client stories, known as sagas, into littler stories as a task advances. It might likewise bunch related client stories into topics.
This course will have two primary segments. The first is called Introduction to Agile Planning and the second Initiating and Scoping an Agile Project.
In the wake of finishing the main segment, Introduction to Agile Planning, you have the option to:
- perceive the degrees of deft arranging,
- comprehend the advantages of having an arrangement for a coordinated undertaking,
- recognize exercises that occur during the various periods of spry arranging.
In the wake of finishing the subsequent area, Initiating and Scoping an Agile Project, you will have the option to:
- comprehend the fundamental components of a business case,
- recognize the components of item vision,
- break down a case of an utilization case,
- create instances of client stories.
Thus, thank you for thinking about this course! Presently, feel free to, hit that “Take This Course” button. What’s more, see you within.
- 5 sections • 33 lectures • 2h 59m total length
3 lectures • 19minCourse Introduction
- Course OverviewPreview05:01
- Program OverviewPreview10:22
- Course GuidelinesPreview03:17
- Course Introduction3 questions
8 lectures • 43minIntroduction to Agile Planning
- The Agile Manifesto and Agile Principles00:01
- Benefits of planning13:41
- Initial Backlog Ranked for Changes00:02
- Levels of agile planning11:03
- Roadmap to Value00:08
- Agile planning activities12:58
- Planning an agile project05:24
- Uncertainty and Compelxity Model00:01
- Introduction to Agile Planning4 questions
7 lectures • 52minInitiating and Scoping an Agile Project
- Creating a business case07:47
- Relationship between change management and agile00:01
- Elements of a product vision10:56
- Defining project scope02:00
- Developing use cases12:28
- Formatting user stories18:20
- A user story and acceptance criteria00:11
- Initiating and Scoping an Agile Project5 questions
2 lectures • 6minAgile Planning: Initiation and Requirements Gathering
- Course project (optional)01:10
- Agile Planning – Project Initiating and Requirements Gathering04:59
- Agile Planning: Initiation and Requirements Gathering1 question
13 lectures • 59minBonus – Agile Key Exam Concepts
- Section OverviewPreview02:10
- Waste Types05:51
- The Kanban Pull System06:14
- Kanban Boards05:36
- Determining Lead Time and Cycle Time05:59
- Process Cycle Efficiency06:53
- Little’s Law07:17
- Communicating the Product Vision06:03
- Defining the Agile Team’s Physical Space06:01
- Exercise – Key Agile Exam conceptsPreview05:09
- Agile Key Exam Concepts01:52
- Agile Key Exam Concepts11 questions
- PMI Certification Info00:04
- Bonus LecturePreview00:05