Gold Package (Green Belt 6 Sigma - Project Management PMP - Change Management) - 990 SAR

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Project management and agile test preparation

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About the program

Agile is a different way of thinking, Agile is how to work together, how to finish work, how to reach complete satisfaction and deliver the project to the utmost satisfaction of the project owners. It is expected that 80% of all computer systems, software, marketing and research projects will use Agile within the next two years. The adoption of the Agile methodology by the Project Management Institute (PMI) led to the acceptance, growth and increase of the global demand for the methodology.

 

Program Goals

  • Fundamentals of Lean Management
  • Setting small, achievable goals
  • Full commitment to the predetermined deadline of the project
  • Fast decision-making
  • Flexibility and progressive construction
  • Scrum methodology
  • Lean Startup style
  • The foundations and principles of Agile

 

Program themes

The sequence of Agile steps:

  • What is Agile?
  • Analysis and collection of program requirements
  • Design (system design)
  • Development (programming)
  • Test and merge
  • Maintenance

 

The Agile Methodology:

  • Offering real primary products to the customer
  • Customer experience and evaluation of the product
  • Giving feedback and correcting mistakes
  • Advancing to the next step
  • Principles of Agile Project Management (Manifesto for Agile Software Development)

 

Agile Principles:

  • Gaining customer satisfaction
  • Acceptance and welcome of changes in requirements by the customer
  • Delivery of usable software in the shortest possible time and with regular periods
  • Live chats and information transfer
  • Building projects with enthusiastic individuals
  • Usable product creation software
  • Permanent development of individuals, skills and knowledge
  • Excellence and quality in technical development and design.
  • Simplicity (minimizing unnecessary and unimportant work)
  • Self-organizing task forces

 

Benefits of using agile:

  • Customer confidence and risk reduction
  • Early delivery of an initial product
  • Anticipating costs
  • Allowing a change in requirements
  • Focusing on the value of the business
  • Focusing on your users
  • Quality improvement
  • High quality product
  • Fast return on investment
  • The downsides of Agile

 

The difference between the Scrum method and the KANBAN method:

 

  • Scrum model
  • Partition groups (Sprint Backlog)
  • The sprint or modifications are repeated on the sprint
  • Scrum Roles
  • The Product Owner
  • Scrum Master Director
  • The team
  • The KANBAN model

 

Target group

  • Project Managers
  • Project Monitor
  • Moderators
  • Information technology workers
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