- Building knowledge about agile approach and its popular framework scrum to project management and develop team-building skills for working in demanding environments.
- Student knows agile frameworks and approaches
- Student knows scrum: events, roles, artifacts
- Student knows frameworks for product development: CJM, USM, Persona, JTBD
- Student knows team Facilitation Methods
- Student is able to facilitate team meetings
- Student is able to organize effective teamwork with task, velocity and performance tracking
- Student understands factors
- Student is influencing the motivation burnout in the project team, teamwork productivity
- IntroductionTeacher presentation, discussion and practice work: an introduction to agile project management, other approaches to the project management.
- Scrum.Scrum: roles, artifacts and ceremonies. Students choose a project topic, define teamwork regulations and develop a competency map.
- Product Development.Discussion about product development, tools to form a product vision, frameworks CJM, JTBD, Persons, USM. Practice in mini-groups.
- Planning.Kick off team meeting. Discussion about concept, development, creating a project plan, start, execution, completion. Teacher presentation and discussion about planning with scrum framework. Students in collaboration with Product Owner (from the startup’s side) formulate user stories and tasks. Teacher demonstrates how to work in Trello.
- Team.Discussion and practice work: The launch of the team. Team coaching. Productivity tools for the team. Motivation and professional burnout.
- Facilitation.Basics of facilitating team meetings: discussion and practice.
- Sprint Review.Discussion and practice work: how to make a good sprint review. Technics and tools.
- Retrospective.Discussion and practice work: how to make a good retrospective. Technics and tools.
- Presentation.Students present results their team project work.
- Project completion.Discussion and practice work: summing up the project, performance evaluation, shaping the future vision.
- In-class Participation
- Project Work
- Written Assignments (Test)Test consists of open-ended and multiple choice questions. Students get 1 point for each key match (multiple choice questions). As for open-ended question, students get 1 point if they have a clear argument, which addresses the topic and responds effectively to all aspects of the task. The final grade for test is calculated as follows
- Interim assessment (2 module)0.4 * In-class Participation + 0.4 * Project Work + 0.2 * Written Assignments (Test)
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- Moran, A. (2015). Managing Agile : Strategy, Implementation, Organisation and People. Cham: Springer. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&site=eds-live&db=edsebk&AN=969008
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