In this video, learn about the quality theme, and how to ensure a project delivers the necessary quality required.
on protecting the fit for purpose of the products. … Will they be able to do what they are intended … to do once they are delivered? … We do this by prioritizing acceptance criteria … and quality criteria, 'cause as we've talked about before, … the customer doesn't get everything they want, … but they will get everything they need, … to have, that's the difference … between functional and nonfunctional. … As we look at the agile concepts, … we have to help clarify quality criteria. … There are two main agile concepts that refer to this. … The concepts of ready and done. … Ready means that a product is ready to be worked on. … We've appropriately defined the requirement. … We understand what the quality requirements are, … and what the tolerances are, … and now we can start building towards that ready state. … Now, once we build and we meet those requirements, … we place it into the done category. … And when it's done, it means it's ready for delivery … to the customer because we've met …
- The principles, themes, and processes covered in PRINCE2®
- What’s agile?
- The basics of the scrum, kanban, and Lean Startup processes
- Blending PRINCE2® and agile
- Principles, themes, and agile
- Managing the seven processes
Skill Level Beginner
Exam Tips: PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitionerwith Claudine Peet32m 49s Intermediate
1. About This Course and the Exam
2. Overview of PRINCE2®
3. Introduction to Agile
4. Blending PRINCE2® and Agile
5. Principles, Themes, and Agile
6. Seven Processes and Agile
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