Detecting and Resolving Problems in Agile

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  • Problem Detection and Resolution
    • Course Overview
    • Detecting Problems and Resolution
    • Control Charts
    • Continuous Integrations (CI/CD)
    • Test Driven Dev and Risk-Based Spikes
    • Design Stamina
    • Agile Problem Solving
    • Problem Detection and Resolution - EXAM REVIEW

Course Overview

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This course overview covers the learning objectives of the “Detection and Resolution of Problems” domain of the ACP exam.

line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>>> Welcome, everyone. My name is Anthony Sic where and I am line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>thrilled to be joined by a friend of mine. And I don't use line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>that lightly a lot. You hear that a lot. I'm here with my line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>friend. Yeah, but that Chris and I have been friends for line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>decades and we've talked together for decades as well. line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>I'm thrilled to be standing here with Chris Ward as we get line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>ready, Chris, to discuss problems that are inevitably line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>going to rise in our project and how we're going to deal line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>with them. line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>>> Yeah, you know, it's kind of funny after knowing each other line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>for so long, you think that we would cause more problems and line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>solve but it all works out in the end. Yeah. And this line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>particular course. Remember, we have 8 courses for you to go line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>through to get your A C P the agile certified professional. line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>And this one in particular is to help us concentrate on what line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>happens when things don't go so well in our and Zhao line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>iterations, our springs, the agile type projects that we're line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>in. So one of the things that we are going to cover is number line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>one, how do we identify these problems if we're moving so line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>fast before moving so quick through our projects, using line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>Sprint's integrations these time boxed iterations, we would line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>say and in creating smaller minimum viable products in a line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>marketable features and what happens that will believe it or line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>not, Ed Row is primed to catch those problems early and that line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>means we can resolve those problems early. So we're going line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>to talk about both sides of this going to be talking about line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>discovering in surfacing the problems. What happens when we line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>discover them? How do we handle them and how we can use that to line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>power us to greater value. line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>>> 2 are in customers. I love it. And Chris, I know one of line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>your techniques over the decades that I've been teaching line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>with you. He's always been to really approach your topics line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>from a real world perspective. So we'll discuss very real line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>world examples. And I'm sure you will recognizing your own line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>organizations and certification kind of becomes a byproduct. line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>Once Chris walks us through how these techniques would work in line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>the real world, sure enough, your going to be ready for that line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>certification exam you might be interested in. Well, Chris, line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>I know we have a lot of content to cover use or anything else line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>you want to bring up before we get started. You know, I think line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>one of the biggest things here is that. line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>>> Anything that you see here has been used before. Take it, line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>use it. Find out if it works and if not, you've got plenty line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>more where that came from. line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>>> I love it. Tried and true techniques. We love those. line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>Well, we're very excited. You're here. And if you're line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>ready, go ahead and click on the next video. We're Chris line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>tonight. We'll be waiting for you