Product Creation Quickstart : With the Scrum Framework Produce a Quality Product Quicker Cheaper Premium class

Jeb Riordan, Project Manager | Web Developer | jebriordan.com

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24 Videos (49m)
    • Product Creation Quickstart

      1:22
    • Welcome to the Course

      1:09
    • Agile Software Development Manifesto

      3:09
    • Scrum Framework

      3:16
    • Scrum Process Flow

      1:41
    • Scrum Roles

      0:48
    • Product Owner

      2:39
    • Scrum Master

      1:27
    • Development Team

      2:32
    • Scrum Events

      1:19
    • The Sprint

      2:25
    • Sprint Planning

      2:32
    • Daily Scrum

      2:25
    • Sprint Review

      1:35
    • Sprint Retrospective

      2:19
    • Product Backlog Grooming

      1:54
    • Scrum Artifacts

      1:14
    • Product Backlog

      3:51
    • Sprint Backlog

      1:40
    • Product Increment

      1:53
    • Definition of Done

      2:27
    • Burndown Chart

      2:22
    • Scrum Task Board

      1:42
    • Course Summary

      1:33

About This Class

Develop your next product using the most popular of the Agile processes, SCRUM.

In this class you will learn how to create your next product with all the features, functions and requirements that are really wanted by the end users.

This class is an introduction to rapid, high quality product creation using the SCRUM framework.

Watch out for more classes deep diving into the framework and how it works.

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Scrum uses an incremental, iterative approach to creating a product focusing on providing high-value features first, and, providing feedback much sooner so the product and the ways of working can be improved upon almost immediately.

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Jeb Riordan

Project Manager | Web Developer | jebriordan.com

My name is Jeb Riordan and I've been a project manager for, well, too long.

Primarily in the telecommunications sector I have managed multi-million dollar projects in more than ten different countries, including, the UK, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, Pakistan, Cambodia and the Caribbean.

I am a past member of the UK based Association for Project Management (APM) and the USA based Project Management Institute (PMI).

Although no longer a member of any professional institution I have maintained my PMI Project Management Professional Certification (PMP) status because it includes an element of continuing professional development (and it looks good on my resume!)

Now my focus is on managing web development projects. And moving from the traditional waterfall project management methodologies to the New World of Agile/Scrum.

Watch out for more short courses on the Scrum Framework for product creation (not only software, right...)