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Value-driven Delivery: Delivering Value in Agile Projects

Value-driven Delivery: Delivering Value in Agile Projects


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Overview/Description

This 13-video course explores value-driven delivery, including Agile values and principles, shared product vision, and addressing risk or anti-value, along with several other topics. Begin with a look at Agile values and clarifying principles that promote value-driven delivery. Learners can examine project selection, tangible and intangible benefits, and measures of tangible value; recall the tools and techniques used to create a shared product vision; and look at Agile value proposition, product backlog and how work is prioritized. Learn how to recognize opportunities for adaptive planning to welcome change, address risks, and leverage opportunities, and learn about managing risk or Agile anti-value, and risk-prioritized backlog. Then explore Agile tools and benefits of using simple, tactile tools and problems with high-tech tools. Next, explore productivity and work in progress (WIP), its impact on value, and tools such as Kanban boards. Explore types of waste (muda) and their relationship to value-driven delivery; learn how project value is continually measured; and learn about use of burn-down charts, and the impact of early problem identification and resolution on product value.



Expected Duration (hours)
1.1

Lesson Objectives

Value-driven Delivery: Delivering Value in Agile Projects

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe Agile values and clarifying principles that promote value-driven delivery
  • describe tangible and intangible benefits and various measures of tangible value
  • recall the tools and techniques used to create a shared product vision
  • recall how work is prioritized
  • recognize the opportunity to adapt the plan to welcome change, address risks, and leverage opportunities
  • demonstrate how risk or anti-value is estimated and incorporated into the product backlog
  • describe the benefits of using simple, tactile tools and the problems with high-tech tools
  • describe work in progress, its impact on value, and tools such as Kanban boards that can be used to visualize and address it
  • recognize the various types of waste (muda) and how they are related to value delivery
  • demonstrate how project value is continually measured
  • recall the impact of early problem detection and resolution on product value
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course
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    Expertise Level
    Expert