Section 1 : Overview

lecture 1 Program overview 8:46
lecture 2 Course guidelines
lecture 3 Agile Manifesto and Agile Principles Text

Section 2 : Agile Project Management Essentials

lecture 4 Section overview 2:27
lecture 5 Defining agile project management 2:9
lecture 6 Predictive, iterative, incremental and agile pr Text
lecture 7 Agile characteristics 10:13
lecture 8 Individuals and Interactions versus Processes a Text
lecture 9 Benefits of agile management 8:31
lecture 10 The relationship between Agile Manifesto, Valu Text
lecture 11 Primary and secondary agile values 6:48
lecture 12 Why agile values are important Text
lecture 13 Agile principles 14:13
lecture 14 Traditional project opportunity for change Text
lecture 15 The evolution of agile models 2:39
lecture 16 Defined and empirical models 9:3
lecture 17 The role of the project plan 5:30
lecture 18 Inspection and adjustment 5:22
lecture 19 The agile triangle of constraints 7:36
lecture 20 Agile History Text
lecture 21 Traditional and agile approaches 6:37
lecture 22 Agile vs Traditional project management Text
lecture 23 Traditional and agile project phases 9:11
lecture 24 Agile project management 14:36
lecture 25 Scrum, XP, and Lean 13:14
lecture 26 Other agile methodologies Text
lecture 27 Section project (optional) Text
lecture 28 Agile project management essentials 2:10

Section 3 : Adopting an Agile Approach

lecture 29 Section overview 3:6
lecture 30 Common misconceptions about agile
lecture 31 Combining traditional and agile models 5:10
lecture 32 Contrasting Historical Project Management with Text
lecture 33 Agile documentation 4:31
lecture 34 Identifying Useful Documentation Text
lecture 35 Applications for agile 3:26
lecture 36 Agile project planning 4:24
lecture 37 Agile project management 1:44
lecture 38 Factors to consider 1:24
lecture 39 Alignment of the agile transition team Text
lecture 40 Project type 6:33
lecture 41 Organizational structure and culture 7:16
lecture 42 Agile Pain Points and Troubleshooting Possibil Text
lecture 43 Existing processes and the team 5:21
lecture 44 Industry and customer 5:53
lecture 45 Adopting agile practices 4:22
lecture 46 Application of Agile in PMBOK Knowledge Areas Text
lecture 47 General agile practices 1:50
lecture 48 Requirements definition 5:57
lecture 49 Iterative development 5:23
lecture 50 Team and customer communication 5:19
lecture 51 Lean principles 7:56
lecture 52 Using additional agile principles 9:28
lecture 53 Getting buy-in from stakeholders 3:0
lecture 54 Communicating the need for change 5:30
lecture 55 Explaining benefits 6:0
lecture 56 Agile practices statistics Text
lecture 57 Explaining risks 4:46
lecture 58 Course project (optional) Text
lecture 59 Adopting Agile Management 0:54
lecture 60 Application of Agile in PMBOK Knowledge Areas Text

Section 4 : The Scrum Development Process

lecture 61 Section overview 1:26
lecture 62 Defining scrum 6:32
lecture 63 The scrum approach Text
lecture 64 The product owner 2:26
lecture 65 The scrum master 2:26
lecture 66 The development team 2:32
lecture 67 Agile project team, scrum team, and developmen Text
lecture 68 The scrum team in practice 5:42
lecture 69 Communicating with stakeholders 9:45
lecture 70 Scrum meetings 7:35
lecture 71 Sprints are recurring processes Text
lecture 72 The pre-game phase 4:58
lecture 73 The game phase 5:7
lecture 74 The post-game phase 4:14
lecture 75 A scrum task board on a wall or whiteboard Text
lecture 76 Pre-game planning 12:43
lecture 77 Developing a high-level design 8:23
lecture 78 Sprint planning 4:31
lecture 79 Sample sprint backlog Text
lecture 80 Daily standup meetings 4:17
lecture 81 Unit tests and sprint reviews 4:55
lecture 82 Sprint retrospectives and closure 4:12
lecture 83 Burndown charts 6:13
lecture 84 A burndown chart Text
lecture 85 Progress charts 4:15
lecture 86 The scrum task board Text
lecture 87 Using tracking metrics 7:35
lecture 88 Section project (optional) Text
lecture 89 The scrum development process 1:23
lecture 90 Agile transition roadmap Text

Section 5 : Initiation and Requirements Gathering

lecture 91 Section overview 5:2
lecture 92 Benefits of planning 13:41
lecture 93 Initial Backlog Ranked for Changes Text
lecture 94 Levels of agile planning 11:4
lecture 95 Roadmap to Value Text
lecture 96 Agile planning activities 12:59
lecture 97 Planning an agile project 5:24
lecture 98 Uncertainty and Compelxity Model Text
lecture 99 Creating a business case 7:47
lecture 100 Relationship between change management and ag Text
lecture 101 Elements of a product vision 10:56
lecture 102 Defining project scope 2:0
lecture 103 Developing use cases 12:28
lecture 104 Formatting user stories 18:20
lecture 105 User story and acceptance criteria Text
lecture 106 Section project (optional) Text
lecture 107 Project Initiating and Requirements Gathering 4:59

Section 6 : Planning and Monitoring Iterations

lecture 108 Section overview 5:59
lecture 109 Introduction to iteration planning 8:1
lecture 110 Iteration planning activities 11:41
lecture 111 Iterative Life Cycle Text
lecture 112 Key outputs 4:22
lecture 113 Creating the user backlog and splitting large 7:3
lecture 114 Breaking stories into tasks 5:38
lecture 115 Estimating tasks 6:6
lecture 116 Types of scheduling buffers 10:11
lecture 117 Calculating a project buffer 17:0
lecture 118 Iteration planning for complex projects 19:55
lecture 119 Monitoring agile projects 6:12
lecture 120 Monitoring tools 17:47
lecture 121 Updating release plans 11:21
lecture 122 Interpreting project release information 19:32
lecture 123 Section project (optional) Text
lecture 124 Planning and monitoring iterations 5:27

Section 7 : Leading an Agile Team

lecture 125 Section overview 4:39
lecture 126 The role of project leader 6:13
lecture 127 Agile Team Roles Text
lecture 128 The mindset of an agile project leader 19:56
lecture 129 Characteristics of an agile team 19:23
lecture 130 Attributes of Successful Agile Teams Text
lecture 131 Causes of problems in agile teams 9:39
lecture 132 Email versus face-to-face conversation Text
lecture 133 Strategies for overcoming challenges 14:22
lecture 134 Agile coaching 12:10
lecture 135 Expect high performance 4:46
lecture 136 Identify and fix problems 6:20
lecture 137 Energize team members 5:3
lecture 138 Section project (optional) Text
lecture 139 Leading an Agile Team 4:17

Section 8 : Managing Stakeholder Engagement

lecture 140 Section overview 6:27
lecture 141 Stakeholder types and responsibilities 9:33
lecture 142 Strategies for stakeholder engagement 15:26
lecture 143 The APM model 1:53
lecture 144 Initiation phase 5:45
lecture 145 Release planning phase 7:57
lecture 146 Development phase 4:25
lecture 147 Review and adapt phase 3:56
lecture 148 Close phase 4:5
lecture 149 Decision framing 4:12
lecture 150 Using a decision gradient 12:33
lecture 151 Knowledge sharing in agile projects 3:36
lecture 152 Documentation 6:11
lecture 153 Assessing Organisational Culture Text
lecture 154 Interaction 4:35
lecture 155 Open access to information 8:30
lecture 156 Release and iteration planning 12:17
lecture 157 Iteration reviews and testing 10:3
lecture 158 Section project (optional) Text
lecture 159 Managing Stakeholder Engagement 5:37

Section 9 : Value and Quality in Agile Projects

lecture 160 Section overview 7:20
lecture 161 Reasons for documentation 10:4
lecture 162 Quality feedback in an agile project Text
lecture 163 Crucial documentation 5:55
lecture 164 Guidelines for documentation 9:59
lecture 165 Fixed-price contracts 6:38
lecture 166 Other contract types 13:26
lecture 167 Risk management practices 11:29
lecture 168 Testing within sprints Text
lecture 169 Risk management tools
lecture 170 Agile Project Risk Management Tools Text
lecture 171 Calculating earned value 4:26
lecture 172 Calculating performance
lecture 173 Determining project health 15:56
lecture 174 Agile quality processes 8:50
lecture 175 Earned Value in an Agile Context Text
lecture 176 Quality principles and practices 5:26
lecture 177 Technical debt 5:40
lecture 178 Refactoring 3:32
lecture 179 Prototyping 7:2
lecture 180 Agile testing 10:54
lecture 181 Improving agile quality 5:59
lecture 182 Section project (overview) Text
lecture 183 Ensuring delivery of value and quality in agi 7:13

Section 10 : Agile Key Exam Concepts

lecture 184 Section Overview 2:11
lecture 185 Waste Types 5:52
lecture 186 The Kanban Pull System 6:14
lecture 187 Kanban Boards 5:36
lecture 188 Determining Lead Time and Cycle Time 5:59
lecture 189 Process Cycle Efficiency 6:54
lecture 190 Little's Law 7:17
lecture 191 Communicating the Product Vision 6:4
lecture 192 Defining the Agile Team's Physical Space 6:1
lecture 193 Exercise - Key Agile Exam concepts 5:9
lecture 194 Agile Key Exam Concepts 1:53
lecture 195 PMI Certification Info Text

Section 11 : Agile Software Testing - Bonus

lecture 196 Course Overview 3:59

Section 12 : Agile Software Testing - Methodologies and Approaches

lecture 197 Section Overview 2:13
lecture 198 Agile Software Development and the Agile Mani 7:10
lecture 199 The Twelve Principles of the Agile Manifesto 4:57
lecture 200 The Whole Team Approach 3:25
lecture 201 Early and Frequent Feedback 4:16
lecture 202 Extreme Programming (XP) 5:23
lecture 203 Scrum 4:16
lecture 204 Kanban 5:0
lecture 205 Collaborative User Stories 5:13
lecture 206 Creation of User Stories
lecture 207 Retrospectives 6:38
lecture 208 Continuous Integration 4:4
lecture 209 Release and Iteration Planning 3:27
lecture 210 Agile Testing and Development Activities 4:11
lecture 211 Agile Project Work Products 2:41
lecture 212 Agile Test Levels 2:57
lecture 213 Agile Testing and Configuration Management 3:22
lecture 214 Agile and Independent Testing 3:35
lecture 215 Communicating Test Status and Product Quality 4:28
lecture 216 Managing Risk Regression 2:19
lecture 217 Skills of an Agile Tester 3:35
lecture 218 Role of an Agile Tester 3:4
lecture 219 Course Project (optional) Text
lecture 220 Agile Software Testing - Methodologies and Ap 2:3

Section 13 : Agile Software Testing - Techniques and Tools

lecture 221 Section Overview 1:33
lecture 222 Test-driven and Behavior-driven Development 8:11
lecture 223 Test Levels 4:52
lecture 224 A Scrum Tester 5:9
lecture 225 Quality Risks in Agile Projects 5:3
lecture 226 Estimation of Testing Effort 5:4
lecture 227 Test Basis in Agile Projects 3:49
lecture 228 Definition of Done 4:46
lecture 229 Acceptance Test-driven Development 5:42
lecture 230 Functional and Nonfunctional Black Box Test D 4:49
lecture 231 Exploratory Testing 7:30
lecture 232 Task Management and Tracking Tools 5:5
lecture 233 Communication and Information-sharing Tools 4:32
lecture 234 Test Development and Configuration Tools 6:46
lecture 235 Course Project (optional) Text
lecture 236 Agile Software Testing - Techniques and Tools 1:43