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Agile Hybrid Approaches

Agile Hybrid Approaches


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Overview/Description

This 12-video course explores Hybrid Agile approaches, including situations when a hybrid approach may be appropriate, common hybrid models, and assessments of Agile and hybrid suitability. Discover project tailoring and the impact of hybrid approaches on fundamental Agile values and principles. Begin by looking at the characteristics of various project management methodologies, and then at situations for which hybrid methodologies may be necessary. Next, you will examine the V model, the Spiral model, and Iterative traditional-Agile hybrid models. View different scenarios where various hybrid methods may be applied, and learn about using a hybrid while transitioning to Agile. Consider the Agile-Agile Hybrid, which blends elements of Scrum, Kanban, or Extreme Programming. Discover the assessment tool that predicts suitability of a project to use the Agile, traditional, or hybrid approach, and take a look at project tailoring. Delve into Agile values and mindset, recalling Agile values and conducting an Agile suitability assessment based on these values. In conclusion, explore which areas of the Agile Manifesto may be sacrificed when using a hybrid approach.



Expected Duration (hours)
0.8

Lesson Objectives

Agile Hybrid Approaches

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe the characteristics of various project management methodologies
  • recognize situations where hybrid methodologies may be necessary
  • recall the V, Spiral, and Iterative traditional-agile hybrid models
  • recall different scenarios where various hybrid methods may be applied
  • recognize how a hybrid may be utilized as a team is transitioning to Agile
  • describe how a hybrid may be a combination of two or more Agile methodologies
  • recognize the assessment tool that predicts the suitability of a project to use Agile, Traditional, or Hybrid approaches
  • demonstrate the Shu-Ha-Ri method of knowledge gaining and describe factors that influence project tailoring
  • recall the Agile values and assess a project based on these values
  • recognize which areas of the Agile Manifesto may be sacrificed when using a hybrid approach
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course
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    Expertise Level
    Expert