Hello and welcome to the final video of the Agile course Lesson 6.3. The conclusion.
In this lesson We will review the supplemental materials and talk about the learning summary.
I'm confident of putting my video in the bottom right hand side because you've already seen this image several times throughout the course.
So here are the references where I
gathered some of my information
in order to develop the course.
So if you would like Teoh, do some follow up reading and get some more information, these air great locations to do so highly recommend them. I think that the references
are an important part of the course, so that you can see toward unquote how the sausage is made,
which, as project managers should be a pretty important thing to you.
In this course, you learned the origins and philosophy of project management in general,
and then we talked about the types of agile methodology.
We also talked about some of the agile best practices and how they differ from
poor implementations of agile
We also talked about the best practices of agile projects, how to select the best agile methodology for your project
how to plan projects using agile methodology and how to execute projects using various agile methodologies.
One of the things I love this picture,
but one of the things that we really want to focus on
agile as a cognitive framework is not a fad,
many organizations are treating agile as a fat because it's hip, It's cool. It's what's happening now. Um so
to be a good,
disciple for agile, you need to avoid that trap.
Focus on what is best for the organization as far as value realization comes from,
and help advocate for agile methodology within your organization
by showing how it brings value not
by being part of the agile is cool now club. So therefore I follow it.
Thank you so much for being a part of this course. I really appreciate it. And I hope that you learn
quite a bit and that, uh,
this course helped refine your agile execution and planning efforts.