cpmgt311 | undergraduate
Agile Project Management With Scrum Methodology
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Sprint Execution, Review, and Retrospective
- Evaluate potential issues within the sprint process.
- Determine best practices used in agile/Scrum development.
- Establish an effective collaboration framework to ensure stakeholder engagement.
- Perform sprint execution, review, and retrospective.
Introduction to Agile Principles
- Describe Scrum framework and agile principles.
- Describe best practices for leveraging ambiguity and uncertainty in Agile Project Management.
- Evaluate constraints and tradeoffs that can affect quality assurance.
- Demonstrate methods used to manage risk, budget, quality, vendors, and contracts.
Agile Process Components and Artifacts
- Define product backlog, epics, features, user stories, estimation, and velocity.
- Identify technical debt, its causes, and strategies to manage it effectively.
- Describe methods used to gather requirements and document user stories.
- Apply agile project management tools and techniques.
Agile Roles and Responsibilities
- Identify common resources used in agile practices.
- Distinguish between various roles in an agile project development team.
- Compare project sponsor, product owner, and product manager roles.
- Establish strategies to empower the team and assure agile development.
Agile Planning and Estimating
- Describe Scrum planning principles and practices, including backlog grooming.
- Differentiate between portfolio planning, product planning, release planning, and sprint planning.
- Determine product acceptance criteria used to evaluate task performance.
- Determine the significance of burn-down/burn-up charts in managing technical debt.
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