- Define osmotic communication and describe how it helps increase productivity in a shared workspace.
- Explain how the scope of an agile project differs from the scope of a traditional project.
- Identify helpful techniques that will increase efficiency in stand-up meetings.
- Recognize the developer’s role after a product owner presents the highest value stories.
- Examine how relative estimates are formed.
- Recall the benefits of a Heard It, Did It board.
Skill Level Beginner
- An Agile project has less upfront planning. When you start an Agile project you don't know what the completed product will look like. You start with the general notion of where you're going and you make frequent improvements on how to get there. Agile is adaptive, not predictive. Much of the energy comes from new ideas and changes. This course is part of the Agile at Work series. We'll take a deeper dive into some the Agile ceremonies. We'll go further into the planning meetings and talk about how to run a disciplined agenda. This series is designed to help your team increase the pace and quality of their work. If you're new to Agile or not familiar with some of the terms then you may want to watch the series from the very beginning. So let's get started arriving productive Agile meetings.