MGMT E-5042 Agile Project Management
In this course, students learn the agile project management framework with an emphasis on the product owner's role. With organizational strategy as the foundation, students learn how to develop the product vision and the product roadmap, identify user roles, and write user stories. Additional topics include agile culture, ethics, project selection, chartering, scrum, kanban, team development, release planning, value assignment, retrospectives, and risk management. Students learn by doing, using their own projects for most activities. This course is appropriate for all students, regardless of whether they have prior agile or project management experience. Students who bring agile experience to the course have the opportunity to deepen their skills and practice agile facilitation techniques. Students should check with the instructor if they have any questions about whether this course is right for them. Students cannot take both ISMT E-101 (offered previously) and MGMT E-5042 for degree or certificate credit.