Planning and Adapting using Agile Principles

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  • Adaptive Planning
    • Course Overview
    • What is Adaptive Planning?
    • The Agile Pyramids
    • Agile Games and Estimating
    • Handling Project Delays
    • Planning Differences
    • Adaptive Planning - EXAM REVIEW

Course Overview

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This course overview covers the learning objectives in the “Planning and Adapting in Agile” domain for the ACP exam.

line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>>> Welcome back, everyone. My name is Anthony Sic where line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>and I am here with none other than Chris Ward. And we are line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>going to get started and another section as we are line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>working with actual and in this section, we're going to talk line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>about adaptive planning. I think the word dap to line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>vickie's huge because Chris, it seems to me if we're going to line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>be I'm Jewell, if we're going to be flexible, we have to be line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>adapted. Yeah. line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>>> And that's what has come important. Haha, definitely. line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>And because and then again, this isn't a new course in our line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>series that we're doing on address, certified line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>professional. You might say, Chris, you you've been talking, line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>Anthony, you've mentioned in the course of a couple of the line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>others are good friend Lauren Deal who's been co-hosting this line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>as well. We've been talking about the fact that, you know, line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>predictive right plan plan, plan plans, some more might line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>want to plan a little bit. And then you execute on that line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>plan. And we kept saying, Ed Joe is not their way. You take line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>a little bit of information. You make a small amount of line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>plans. You do a quick execution. You get feedback and line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>then you keep going through multiple iterations. One, line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>this course we're going to take a look at how planning operates line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>in an agile methodology. And again, that's across the line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>board from everything from scrum. Extreme programming line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>feature driven development. Con bond, crystal, you name it. line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>These are going to be principles that we're going to line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>be looking at. Anthony. And one of the things I love about line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>this, just a little sneak preview were even to play some line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>games. One of which is Anthony's favorite game. line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>>> Poker? Well, Chris, you know that I'm going to love anytime line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>poker comes in an analogy. I love it. And that often does line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>happen in business. So it's great. line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>>> Yes, some really good stuff. Hopefully you're going to be line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>with us through all of these episodes. Want to join us as we line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>go through Anthony, anything last thing you have to say? line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>No, I'm just super excited for this section of the content line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>again. line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>>> Planning on being flexible, something that's going to line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>really, really help us when we're in our project management line:-1 <v.Male.spk1 Speaker1>world with agile