Final Exam: Software Project Manager
Agile Project Management | Intermediate
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Final Exam: Software Project Manager will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Software Project Manager track of the Skillsoft Aspire Software Project Analyst to Senior Software Project Manager Journey.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
identify source controls tools and how they can be used in an Agile projectdefine what the Definition of Done means in the Scrum framework using examplesdescribe the manager's role in a self-organizing teamdescribe the advantages and pitfalls of the sprint planning processidentify the steps in the Agile life cycledescribe the roles and responsibilities of team members in the Scrum environmentcompare different Agile methodologies and frameworksidentify the roles and responsibilities of Agile team membersidentify continuous integration tools and how they can be used in an Agile projectdescribe the sprint and the product backlog and how they work togetheridentify the types of Agile management tools and how they relate to project managementdescribe the Agile process and how it applies to project managementrecognize best practices when transitioning from traditional software project management to Agileidentify the steps involved in the basic Agile project management processdescribe the steps involved in the basic Agile project management processidentify the features of the Kanban and Lean frameworksidentify client needs and how to understand needs of the clientidentify the principles and approaches for embracing the fail-fast approach to decision-making in software developmentdescribe how decision making is different in an Agile environment versus traditional linear project managementshowcase through examples of how continuous integration helps Agile software developmentidentify best practices of using modularity, coupling, and cohesion concepts in Agile software designdefine how Agile software development can assist PMs and clients in reducing distraction and focusing on real needsidentify the sprint and the product backlog and how they work togetherdescribe useful Agile project management data analysis metrics and how they can be effectively used to monitor and control the Agile projectdescribe useful software project management data analysis metrics and how they can be effectively used to monitor and control the projectdescribe the goals and objectives of the sprint planning meetingrecognize the effectiveness of pair programming as an Agile tool to develop softwaredescribe the goals and objectives of the sprint review meetingunderstand challenges associated with stakeholder communication and how to overcome themrecognize the seven principles that guide the Lean model of Agile
compare and contrast the different Agile frameworks available for Agile transformation of the organizationdescribe Scrum activities and how they relate to the Scrum frameworkidentify best practices for resetting stakeholder expectations on software projectsidentify how communication can be improved through active listening and how customer feedback can be constructively obtainedidentify how to categorize client requests so they can be factored into requirements or rejected by categorizing priorities using the MoSCoW Methoddiscover how to overcome the challenges of integrating Agile with UX designdescribe virtual meeting best practicesdescribe Agile team metrics and how to use them for continuous self-improvement effectivelyidentify how to select meaningful software project metricsspecify types of stakeholders involved in a project including their rights, responsibilities, ethical, and oversight obligationsdescribe meeting action items and how to effectively manage themdescribe the various types of Agile team meetingsidentify techniques used to collect all the necessary information for making informed decisionsdefine the role of the software Project Manager in helping set expectations for clientsdescribe the features of the Bimodal Agile modeldescribe techniques used to collect all the necessary information for making informed decisionsdescribe the features of the Hybrid Agile modelidentify the key principles of decision-making in a software development environmentspecify how to improve the decision-making process in an organization by flattening the decision-making structurerecognize how Agile tools such as Initiatives, themes, epics, and stories help define and manage scope better than traditional methods for scopingcompare the benefits and features of traditional project management against Agile project managementspecify the concept of stakeholder engagement, how it's displacing stakeholder communication, and how to plan for engagementdescribe the goals and objectives of the daily stand-up meetingshowcase through examples how concepts of extreme programming help integrate Agile into software developmentdiscover guidelines to identify the best fit Agile framework for the organizationdiscover the benefits offered by Agile estimation models over traditional estimation methodsdescribe the different types of stakeholders for software projectsidentify how to select meaningful software project metrics and describe why some metrics have minimal valuedetermine how to categorize client requests so they can be factored into requirements or rejected by categorizing priorities using the MoSCoW Methodidentify how Agile projects affect stakeholder communication
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