To deliver agile outcomes, you have to do more than implement agile processes- you have to create focus around what matters to your user and constantly test your ideas. This is easier said than done, but most of today’s high-functioning innovators have a strong culture of experimentation.
About this Course
What you will learn
How to drive valuable outcomes for your user and reduce waste for your team by diagnosing and prioritizing what you need to know about them
How to focus your practice of agile by pairing qualitative and quantitative analytics
How to do just enough research when you need it by running design sprints
How to accelerate value delivery by investing in your product pipeline
Skills you will gain
- Usability Testing
- Continuous Delivery
- hypothesis-driven development
- Lean Startup
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
How Do We Know if We're Building for a User that Doesn't Exist?
How Do We Reduce Waste & Increase Wins by Testing Our Propositions Before We Build Them?
How Do We Consistently Deliver Great Usability?
How Do We Invest to Move Fast?
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TOP REVIEWS FROM HYPOTHESIS-DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT
This course is very challenging but very relevant to changing one's mindset to support transforming to an agile mindset.
Alex delivers a concise message and provides real-world examples coupled with interviews with industry experts that assist in a deeper understanding of how and when to apply Agile,
I love this course as it introduces me to new concepts and I felt it very interactive particularly, Anders wallgreens and continous delivery.
This course actually bring all that knowledge into light which has been taught in Course 1-3. all videos specially the interview are the essence of this course.
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