In this section introduction, you can learn how the seven principles may be tailored when used in an agile environment.
the seven principles of PRINCE2. … In this lesson, we're going to talk about those again, … but talking specifically about … how we're going to implement them inside an Agile framework. … The first is our continued business justification. … And you may remember that we defined this … as the project always having a desirable, … viable, and achievable outcome. … and if the benefits outweigh the cost and risk, … we would move forward with the project. … Well, when we look at this in agile terms, … there's two big concepts we want to focus on. … The first is value. … We want to make sure that whatever we're going to be building … is going to provide enough value or benefits … for us to continue forward. … So this one looks very similar … to the way we would do it inside a normal PRINCE2 framework … as opposed to a PRINCE2 Agile framework. … But the second piece of this … is creating a minimum viable product or an MVP. … Now when we talk about a minimum viable product, … we're trying to create something …
- 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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