DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Agile Estimating & Planning - Live Online Training" webinar to their offering.
Agile estimating and planning is among the most important aspects of the Agile development life cycle. A sound plan will set the tone of the entire project and further facilitate the iterative nature of Agile by making provisions to tackle loopholes and obstacles.
Our e-learning course on Agile Estimating and Planning is the perfect course for budding Agile professionals who want to understand about the Agile life cycle and for experienced professionals who want to re-visit their Agile concepts. You will learn in a series of high-quality videos about Agile iteration planning, the various estimation tools that support iterative processes and the tips to accomplish tasks smoothly and complete the project successfully, while staying within budget and time considerations.
The workshop is an intensive session that will help you understand how Agile estimation and planning work in real world cases. Our trainers who are industry experts will help you gain new insights and attitudes that you can implement in your workplace and gain recognition among your peers and management.
What you Get:
- Real-world case studies and examples
- Learn about re-estimation and calibration processes
- Learn about Affinity Sizing, Poker Planning, Complexity Buckets, and Ideal Days
- Work with the Agile Lifecycle Diagram
- How to implement Agile estimating and planning principles
- Get an introduction to Agile methods
- Traditional planning and estimating vs the Agile methods
- Release and Iteration planning
Key Topics Covered:
Section 1: Introduction to Agile Methods
Section 2: Introduction to Estimating and Planning
Section 3: Traditional vs Agile Planning
Section 4: Levels of Agile Planning
Section 5: Planning Techniques
Section 6: Planning Requirements
Section 7: Estimating Techniques
Section 8: Monitoring and Tracking
Section 9: Planning a Product
For more information about this webinar visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/pkqdn9/agile_estimating