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About the Course

Agile teams use “just enough” planning and an incremental approach to accomplishing the work of the team. Every project and every team uses a custom agile methodology. This course discusses common foundational principles and practices used by agile methodologies, providing the student a flexible set of tools to use in any role (e.g. product owner, scrum master, project manager, team member) on any agile team. This course mainly discusses agile and lean principles, the kanban and scrum agile methodologies, and uses Atlassian Jira Software Cloud as the main software tool to apply hands-on learning of the topics. The course includes instruction on "classic" Jira projects as well as the new "next-gen" Jira projects. Students can use the free plan of Atlassian Jira Software Cloud to complete the hands-on labs associated with this course. By the time you have completed this course, you will have a strong foundational understanding of agile principles and practices, and strong hands-on experience with Atlassian Jira Software Cloud. You will be the site administrator for your Jira account, so you will be able to perform basic administration tasks on your site. You should be able to continuously configure your Jira project(s) to match your team's custom agile methodology. You can watch the videos and take the quizzes from your phone if you want, but the hands-on labs using Atlassian Jira Software Cloud require you to have a Windows, Mac or Linux computer. This course tries to be as concise as possible. It will probably take you about 6-12 hours to go through, but your mileage may vary. It is highly encouraged that you apply what you learn to managing personal agile projects after the course is complete....

Top reviews

BB
Apr 14, 2019

The Course is good and well structured. It has really strengthened my understanding about the use of Jira, I will recommend this course to anyone who is interested in knowing more about Agile and Jira

PL
May 23, 2021

Indeed a great course which explains the agile methodology concepts from theory to practical implementation with JIRA. And it will definitely help learners if they are using JIRA in the organization.

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By Phuc P H

Nov 27, 2018

Very good for new Jira users

By matteo s

Feb 21, 2021

Good to start with...

By aniol c

Apr 9, 2020

Muy util para empezar

By Aditya T

Mar 25, 2021

Great Experience .

By Jaya S

May 26, 2019

Informative course

By Keshav G

Jan 24, 2021

Nicely Explained.

By Roland K

Jun 3, 2019

Good introduction

By Jean-Paul L

May 7, 2020

Pretty detailed

By Ahsan Q

Apr 26, 2021

every helpfull

By Miguel C

Mar 19, 2021

Great Overview

By Indira H

Aug 22, 2020

Great course!

By Luca

Aug 11, 2019

Great course!

By ABHIJEET M G

Feb 22, 2021

Very helpful

By Phanindra k B

Nov 4, 2020

Excellent

By Geetha D

May 19, 2021

Good

By Devivenkata P S

May 8, 2021

good

By Rahul k

Apr 19, 2021

good

By Johna N

Oct 31, 2020

good

By Trần T K

Apr 24, 2020

good

By A P

Oct 18, 2019

good

By Bhagyashree .

Aug 30, 2020

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By Len W

Dec 5, 2018

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By YENUGULA V

Nov 6, 2020

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By Lisa R

Apr 16, 2021

The content of the course was comprehensive, but there are several things that could be improved upon: First, while most Coursera courses are scripted, they are usually presented in a conversational tone. This was a very dry read, and I found it difficult to focus due to the monotonous delivery. Second, often the definitions used the words they were defining. For example, "Project administrators are users who have been assigned the Administer Project permission." This happened a lot. It would have been more effective to just define the function of the defined terms. Last and most important, the practice projects would have been MUCH more effective by using an actual sample project. Instead, we were asked to title them "Project A" and "Item 1", etc. Using vague generic terms did not help to visualize how a real-world project, issue, story, epic, etc. would be organized.