In this video, learn how to track and monitor your threats, mitigation plans. and escalation routes for your agile project.
- In many ways, simply using Agile practices…is a form of risk mitigation in itself.…The flexibility and short delivery cycles of Agile…reduce risk because the team is fully focused…on delivering value and clearing any obstacles…that get in the way of that mission.…Regular feedback from your stakeholders…ensures that any expectations-based risks…are automatically mitigated.…Finally, since you're delivering value every iteration,…the risk of a complete loss…on the project investment is small.…
You could argue that low-risk Agile projects…don't need to do any formal risk tracking at all.…Many of these types of Agile projects don't,…and that's fine.…However, the larger the Agile project is,…the more likely you'll need to be…a bit more diligent in your approach to risk.…Once you've held your risk identification meeting…and created a risk register,…monitoring your risks is something you simply…blend into the other Agile processes you're following.…
For every sprint, there's a sprint planning meeting.…All you need to do is modify the sprint planning meeting…
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- Agile principles and the agile mindset
- Defining valuable deliverables
- Engaging your stakeholders
- Collaborating across stakeholders
- Planning agile projects
- Troubleshooting projects
- Continuous improvement