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Agile Project Management: How to Define Scope in Jira (using Jira) (Part 2)

Anca Onuta, Agile Coach. Digital Transformation

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13 Lessons (1h 9m)
    • 1. Intro to the Course

    • 2. Define the scope

    • 3. Define Components

    • 4. How to configure components in Jira

    • 5. Define Stories

    • 6. Epics and Stories

    • 7. Configure Epics in Jira

    • 8. Define Stories

    • 9. Configure the stories in Jira

    • 10. Create Subtasks in Jira

    • 11. How to start a Sprint and how to define the length of it

    • 12. Project Class Course

    • 13. What's next?


About This Class

This is a practical course on how to apply Agile methodology TODAY in your organization.

  • Are you looking for a PRACTICAL course on exactly how to set up your team, your scope, your schedule to be successful with Agile?

  • Do you want to know how to define the project scope?

  • Do you want to learn to write user stories?

  • Do you want to learn how to keep yourself and the team committed to achieve the sprint scope?

  • Do you want to learn how to organize Jira for a better delivery?

  • Do you want to learn what are Epics/Stories/Tasks and how to use them?

Then this course is for you!

This course is for the ones who haven't done Agile before OR who haven't been successful in implementing Agile.

If you master Agile, this course is NOT for you.

The course has 3 parts:

  1. Theory  - where I explain you in the very simple way ALL the terminology you need to know. Feel free to skip this part if you are familiar with the terms I'm presenting

  2. STEP BY STEP practical guide on HOW to define the scope in Agile Methodology. THIS COURSE. At the end of this course, you'll know how to define the project scope to how to structure it in Jira: Components, Epics, Stories, Tasks 

  3. How to meet Sprint Goals - when I show you how to keep the scope under control, how to document the changes in the scope, how to avoid scope creep, how to keep yourself focused on the sprint scope, how to measure velocity and many more.  

How to be successful with this course? BRING YOUR PROJECT!

Take one of your projects and start doing everything I do! At the end of the course, you'll have AGILE APPLIED to your organization.

YES! It takes only that!

I look forward to seeing you in the course!

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