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Free Course - Agile Project Management: Scrum Step by Step with Examples @ Udemy

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4.2 (1,987 ratings), 56,798 students enrolled

What you'll learn

  • Learn "in depth" how to carry out all the scrum practices like the pros, such as Sprint Planning and agile practices like Release Planning for effective efficient project delivery
  • Learn what scrum is and why it is so powerful for delivering projects on time
  • Learn in depth how to use agile practices like Velocity, Capacity Driven Planning, Velocity Driven Planning, Release Planning, Kick Off Meetings, Continuous Improvement and more Learn how to improve running Agile Scrum projects in real world scenarios.
  • Feel confident in implementing scrum projects to a higher degree of quality in the real world for any product, business, service, or team
  • $$$£££ Learn how to manage real world scrum projects WITHOUT paying thousands of dollars for training
  • Understand what a Root Cause Analysis is and How Kick Off Meetings help to deliver projects more effectively
  • Explain what all the Agile Scrum events are and how they will make your team or business more efficient
  • Understand the concepts behind all of the scrum meetings and how to plan and execute them in order to obtain success with Scrum
  • A complete overview of the Scrum framework and how it is used to save and carve success out of failing projects

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  • +10 votes

    Scrum Step by Step

    Good deal for the Wallabies

  • +5 votes

    It's a decent methodology but only really effective if your organisation practises it properly. Also makes it hard when other teams and stakeholders around you work in a waterfall style.

    • +12 votes

      It's a decent methodology but only really effective if your organisation practises it properly.

      It's basically an excuse not to document anything.

      • +1 vote

        Not true for us. Its basically documenting it and getting it approved and if anything changes along the way (often it does) noting the new changes and getting those changes approved as well. But not everyone is going to do that.

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        A chronological trail of brief comments across a thousand loosely-connected issue pages aren't as easy to read as a properly organised document? No way!

      • +10 votes

        Agile - Near enough is good enough we'll let the BAU guys fix it all up..

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      Better than the waterfall methodologies, sure I'd say so..

      Half Agile, waterscrumfall whatever you wanna call it is easily the most painful way to work

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      when other teams and stakeholders around you work in a waterfall style

      When other teams have to work in a waterfall style

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    Not sure if it is relevant but - Last updated 5/2018

  • +3 votes

    Oh, I "purchased" this course in 2017. Yet another of the many I haven't started…

  • +2 votes

    Thanks for this! Might not be as relevant but good for the certificate on LinkedIn flex :)

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    I think 4.2 on Udemy is an equivalent reputation to about 97.3% on eBay. So not very good?

    4.4 feels like the cutoff for quality. 4.3 for still useful.

    Of course it's free and we're only collecting them but we may as well discuss the product for the 0.01% that actually do these courses.

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    Code does not work anymore. Asking for 12.95 now

  • +5 votes

    Unless you get a certificate (with certificate number) that is issued from a certified scrum body, this is about as good as a Certificate of Attendance and perhaps as legitimate as the Monty Burns Award for Outstanding Achievement in the field Excellence.

    • +1 vote

      While that is conpletely true this can be a good refresher course or good for recent grads who want to extend there knowledge a bit further without wanting to get into the whole project management specilization in university.

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      So like all udemy courses…

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    Was free back in 2017 too. Still haven't got round to completing it yet.

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    Thank you for posting deal. I have enrolled in the free Agile Scrum course. I am a certified waterfall project manager, and been part of Scrum and Kannan teams. It will be interesting to see the quality of the course.

  • +1 vote

    Is the course complete or will they update it as people are doing it? ;-)

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    Thanks for posting OP.

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    Cheers OP, enrolled!

  • +1 vote

    Buzzword buzzkill, force-fed a thousand sticky notes. Can you give me update it's been over 15 minutes since your last; what new feature? that's an experiment, oh I didn't… update, touch base, efficient timeline responsibility matrix; is that a test, no it's production, iterating now, doesn't work, expected, MVP green light, outsource, more managers and sticky notes, job done (phase 1), phase 2 anyone, that's new, agile

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    Thanks OP, just enrolled!

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