Agile Frameworks can be confusing...

  • I know you are busy...

    Some say that any discussion of Agile - or Scrum, or Kanban - should start with a discussion of values and build from there.

    These things are important. They can also be off-putting for people experiencing Agile for the first time.

  • ... so let's get straight to the good stuff

    In this course, I go straight to the good stuff: the day-to-day practices of Agile teams.

    By the end of the course you will:

    - understand the "point" of Agile
    - know Scrum looks like
    - know what Kanban looks like
    - understand "engine" that drives both Scrum and Kanban
    - recognise the differences between Scrum and Kanban. And the similarities

Course details

  • Who is the course for?

    If you're a qualified Scrum Master or Agile Coach... then this course is not for you! But if you're just getting started with Scrum... or Kanban, this course will get you up to speed in the shortest possible time.

  • In the course

    - How Scrum and Kanban fit in to Agile
    - A step-by-step walkthrough of the key features of Scrum
    - A step-by-step walkthrough of the key features of Kanban
    - The "engine" the drives both Scrum and Kanban
    - Scrum vs Kanban: a side-by-side comparison of the two frameworks

Course curriculum

  • 01
    Welcome to the course!
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    • Welcome!
    • Before we begin...
  • 02
    Let's get started!
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    • 1. Agile
    • Test your learning
    • 2. Scrum
    • Test your learning
    • 3. Kanban
    • Test your learning
    • 4. Pull System
    • Test your learning
    • 5. Scrum vs Kanban
    • Test your learning
    • 6. Scrum vs Kanban - Which is better?
  • 03
    Made it!
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    • Congratulations. You made it!
    • Before you go...
  • 04
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    • Scrum vs Kanban Cheat Sheet
    • Waterfall vs Agile Cheat Sheet
    • Agile Resources: Books, Videos and Websites