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Agile Methodology is a new way of thinking about work; and it’s not just for software development. Organizations looking to make a strategic distinction from their competition are turning to Agile. This shift will involve leadership, change management and could even organizational redesign.

Agile Fundamentals (this course) will help you develop basic knowledge and conversation points around Agile and its many frameworks. You will benefit from foundational knowledge, and develop essential working knowledge of several terms and concepts.

As with every area of study, as you become more active and engaged you uncover greater intricacies and make finer distinctions for applied details. Be sure to investigate options in our supplemental materials provide with this course.

This course has been built by Instructional Design Masters and Certified Agile Leaders to help introduce individuals and corporate cultures to Agile core values and principles. We aim to empower your Agile mindset and build a solid base of Agile knowledge.

Course Key Concepts: Agile, SAFe, lean, scrum, Kanban, XP, extreme programming, FDD, feature driven development, CDF, Crystal Development Framework, DSD, Dynamic System Development, Collaboration, leadership, PO, Product Owner, SM, CSM, Scrum Master, Certified Scrum Master, Coach, sprint, iteration, iterative, waterfall, knowledge worker, project management, SHRM, business, strategic, leadership, change, management, organization, redesign.

Learning Objectives

  • Explore “Agile”
  • Identify Agile Methodology from the many frameworks that have evolved (like Scrum, Kanban, Lean, XP, FDD, etc.)
  • Identify the SAFe framework and recognize how it can be blended to tailor transformation in different corporate cultures/industries
  • Identify common terms and related concepts
Last updated/reviewed: May 14, 2022

10 Reviews (41 ratings)Reviews

Anonymous Author
I really enjoyed this course! The instructor was very effective in presenting key concepts of agile fundamentals and the various frameworks, including case studies. The supporting materials were incredibly relevant and will continue to serve as an excellent reference for me! Nicely done!
Anonymous Author
I think there was a bit too much information crammed into one presentation. It was a little overwhelming. Perhaps break it into more training sessions with focus and elaboration on individual agile frameworks instead of all at one shot.
Anonymous Author
This is a very good course. Our company started promoting new ways of working and we rare now shifting into an agile framework. This course is very helpful to appreciate the concept of an agile fundamentals.
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Loved the topic and foundational knowledge. This offered a great starting point. Took great notes. Can't wait to try it with my team .
Anonymous Author
Very useful introduction to Agile. The instructor mentioned links to resources/references but none were provided with this course.
Anonymous Author
I cant wait to start using this with my team. A lot of good information and ways to improve communication
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Did not see where I could access the additional reference material mentioned during the class.
Anonymous Author
A lot of information to digest but all very informative and reflective.
Member's Profile
Great overview but missing the additional resource material mentioned.
Member's Profile
this course is objective and provides concepts for agile framekorws.


Course Complexity: Foundational

No advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for this course.

Education Provider Information

Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
For more information regarding this course, including complaint and cancellation policies, please contact our offices at (408) 400- 3993 or send an e-mail to .
Course Syllabus
  4:30Introduction to Agile Fundamentals
  13:35Define "What is Agile?"
  6:35Discuss "Why Agile?"
  14:23Distinguish Agile Frameworks
  4:12Differentiate Safe Framework
Continuous Play
  49:08Agile Fundamentals
Supporting Materials
  PDFSlides: Agile Fundamentals
  PDFAgile Fundamentals Glossary/Index
  PDFAgile Fundamentals Supplemental Quotes
  DocxAgile Fundamentals Case Study
  DocxAgile Fundamentals References
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