Agile Seriously

Seriously Agile

Agile Master Class


7 Hours

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No Prerequisites required.

What you'll Learn

How to get into the Agile mindset and achieve success in helping organizations evolve

The benefits and challenges of using Agile

The basics of Scrum roles and responsibilities

The different Scrum ceremonies and why they are done

Product backlogs, user stories, and acceptance criteria

Agile and Scrum terminology and why it’s important

All Our Courses Include

Course Completion Certificate

Mentor Support

Assessments and Quizes

Project Based Learning


Learn Agile from the ground up, including popular Agile frameworks; Scrum, Kanban, and Scrumban.


Shabbir Mustehsan

Lessons in this Course

  • Introduction to Course Instructors
  • How to use this course
  • Before we begin…
  • Agile Workbook – Download and Print
  • Agile Glossary – Download and Print
  • Introduction to Agile
  • Agile Manifesto
  • Reading Material: What is Agile by Steve Denning
  • Benefits of Using Agile
  • Exercise: Reading Material on Agile by Steve Denning
  • Challenges of Using Agile
  • Scope, Budget and Timeline in Agile
  • Setting the Stage for the Remainder of the Course
  • Quiz 1: Validating the Agile Concepts
  • 12 Agile Principles
  • Scrum Overview
  • Scrum Values
  • The Concept of Sprints
  • Scrum Roles Overview
  • Role of a Scrum Master
  • Role of a Product Owner
  • Role of the Development (Scrum) Team
  • Quiz 2: Verifying your Scrum Knowledge
  • Download and read the Scrum Guide
  • Daily Stand-Up Meeting
  • Sprint Planning Meeting
  • Sprint Planning (real work scenario)
  • Sprint Review Meeting
  • Sprint Review (real work scenario)
  • Sprint Retrospective
  • Difference between Sprint Review and Sprint Demo (review)
  • Backlog Refinement
  • Quiz 3: Confirming your learning on ceremonies
  • User Stories, Acceptance Criteria and INVEST method
  • User Story Examples
  • Product Backlog and Sprint Backlog
  • Working Agreements
  • Definition of Ready
  • Definition of Done
  • Definition of Ready and Definition of Done Discussion – Jeremy and Vivek
  • Product Increment
  • Quiz 4: More Scrum Knowledge Validation
  • Estimating in Agile: Introduction
  • Estimating in Agile: Why Estimate?
  • Estimating in Agile: Estimation Techniques (Part 1 of 2)
  • Estimating in Agile: Estimation Techniques (Part 2 of 2)
  • Quiz 5: Estimation Quiz
  • Other roles overview
  • Project Sponsor
  • Business Leader
  • Technology Leaders
  • Agile Detractors – Leadership
  • Subject Matter Experts / Senior Users
  • Business User
  • Agile Coach
  • Applying roles to other Frameworks
  • Team Velocity
  • Burndown Chart
  • Burn Up Chart
  • Using Charts with Non-Fibonacci Estimates
  • Responsible to Complete Burndown and Burn Up Charts
  • Challenges in Scrum
  • Intro to Kanban & Four Basic Principles
  • Kanban Board
  • Kanban Cards
  • Kanban Board Statuses
  • Six General Practices of Kanban
  • Kanban Key Metrics
  • Kanban Metrics Based on Board Type
  • Kanban Demo: Trello
  • Kanban Demo: Jira
  • Kanban Swimlanes
  • Steps to Implement Kanban
  • Concluding Kanban
  • A Casual Conversation About Kanban
  • Quiz 6: Checking your Kanban Knowledge
  • Q&A Discussion on Kanban, Agile Mindset and Role of a Flow Master
  • Scrumban Overview
  • Scrumban Debate: Sprint
  • Scrumban: Continuous Flow
  • Scrumban: Timebox
  • Scrumban: Feature Freeze
  • A Casual Conversation About Scrumban
  • JIRA and UserStory Walkthrough
  • Interview Q&A with an Agile Coach
  • Interview with a UI Developer
  • Interview Q&A with an UI/UX Designer in an Agile Team
  • Interview with a Scrum Master
  • 50 Questions to test your knowledge
  • Thanks for Enrolling!
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