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  • Copyright 2023
  • Edition: 1st
  • Online Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-788735-3
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-788735-4

4 Hours of Video Instruction

In Agile Project and Product Management LiveLessons, you will acquire critical skills enabling you and your organization to build customer-centric products ensuring fast and high-quality delivery. This course is your one-stop solution to get that promotion, no matter the job title--from a software developer, marketing specialist, or startup founder to a product manager, Scrum Master, and eventually to a company leader. And most importantly, you will acquire the skills to build innovative products that delight your customers.


In this video course, you will learn why Agile product and projects management form the foundation of a successful business. You will master the skills of incremental delivery of products that delight customers, including the fundamentals of creating high-performance teams and the ability to validate product hypotheses. In addition, you will acquire skills that made Silicon Valley companies so successful and allowed for rapid business growth.

Throughout the video, fundamental Agile concepts are coupled with real-life examples and case studies. In addition, there are hands-on exercises that will allow you to check your knowledge and develop pragmatic skills.

Learn How To

  • Establish the business value of delivering products and services incrementally in your organization
  • Identify methods of collaborating with the customer to deliver products that meet their needs, which you can immediately apply in your everyday job
  • Define the how and why behind successful products via case studies from best-in-class technology and product companies, and reproduce real-life examples that apply to your area of knowledge
  • Boost your career by analyzing the Agile framework as it applies to small businesses or giant corporations in your industry
  • Gain high-in-demand Agile skills that will immediately boost your resume and increase your employability
  • Acquire pragmatic knowledge directly applicable to your job, including driving organizational change, implementing design thinking in your professional area, and establishing or strengthening Agile delivery in your company
  • Prepare for leading industry certifications in Agile product and project management that will give you a competitive advantage in the modern job market and provide you with opportunities to take your career to the next level

Who Should Take This Course

Software developers, engineers, managers, project managers, product managers, consultants, or anyone involved in application development; recent college graduates and MBA students who are interested in pursuing careers in product or project management or IT-specific roles; other product and project management professionals at the beginning or mid-career, including those who are interested in pivoting their careers; and IT professionals interested in boosting their resume, advancing their career, and looking to expand their career opportunities.

Course Requirements

Some familiarity with modern software engineering is expected but not required.

Lesson Descriptions 

After the introduction to Agile frameworks in Lesson 1, we dedicate Lessons 2 through 5 to discussing the foundations of organizational goal-setting, customer-centric product management, working backward from customer needs, and requirements gathering and scope definition in Agile. In Lessons 6 and 7, we discuss the foundations of iterative and incremental delivery, Agile frameworks, planning and estimation in Agile, and scaling Agility. Finally, in Lesson 8, we map all this knowledge to your role and your career development--from basics to professional certifications and job interviews.

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Video Lessons are available for download for offline viewing within the streaming format. Look for the green arrow in each lesson.

Sample Content

Table of Contents

Lesson 1: Introduction to Agile Project and Product Management

1.1 History of Project Management as a Profession

1.2 Need for Incremental and Iterative Delivery

1.3 Agile Manifesto

1.4 A Customer-centric Approach to Product Delivery

1.5 Product Management in a Modern World

1.6 Overview of Agile Delivery Frameworks

1.7 Use Case Review: from Blockbuster to Netflix

1.8 Lesson 1 Review and an Exercise

Lesson 2: Product Goal Setting

2.1 Develop and Implement Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)

2.2 Understand Product Management Basics

2.3 Implement Design Thinking

2.4 Incorporate Lean Startup Practices

2.5 Understand Modern Product Practices

2.6 Product Design Case Study

2.7 Lesson 2 Review and an Exercise

Lesson 3: Customer-centric Product Management

3.1 Getting to Know Your Customer

3.2 Define Customer Research Techniques

3.3. Incorporate Personal Analysis

3.4 Develop an Empathy Map

3.5 Research Customer Journey

3.6 Build a Product Canvas

3.7 Lesson 3 Review and an Exercise

Lesson 4: Requirements Gathering and Maintenance

4.1 Agile Requirements Elicitation and Iterative Delivery

4.2 Scope Management in Agile vs. Waterfall

4.3 Product Backlog Taxonomy

4.4 Practices of Product Backlog Management

4.5 Prioritization in Agile

4.6 Product Backlog Refinement

4.7 User Story Mapping

4.8 Lesson 4 Review and an Exercise

Lesson 5: Agile Delivery Practices

5.1 Comparison of Agile Frameworks

5.2 Agile Team Topology and Organizational Structure

5.3 Agile Roles and Responsibilities

5.4 Agile Estimation and Planning

5.5 Agile Events (Ceremonies)

5.6 Agile Definition of Done

5.7 Case Study: Agile at Spotify

5.8 Lesson 5 Review and an Exercise

Lesson 6: Agile Culture and Communications Management

6.1 Continuous Improvement

6.2 Agile Culture and High-performing teams

6.3 Agile Communication Practices and Remote Work

6.4 Intercultural Communication in Agile Teams

6.5 Global Cross-functional Teams and Best Practices

6.6 Agile Retrospectives

6.7 Case Study: Agile Transformation

6.8 Lesson 6 Review and an Exercise

Lesson 7: Business Agility

7.1 What is business agility?

7.2 Agile HR

7.3 Agile Sales

7.4 Budget, Capacity, and Risk Management in Agile

7.5 Enterprise-level Agile Transformation

7.6 Scaled Agile Frameworks

7.7 Lesson 7 Review and an Exercise

Lesson 8: Your Journey to Agility

8.1 How to Bring This Information Back to Your Company

8.2 What You Can Do, Starting Tomorrow

8.3 Introducing Agility into Your Work

8.4 Your Action Plan

8.5 Commitment Pledge


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