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I would recommend The Agile Crash Course. Plus any of the courses included in the "Freebies" section of the course (both the Project Management Course & The Agile Crash Course) and also the courses you can find in the Bonus Lecture of both of these courses.
Easy. Just download it first before trying to edit the Certificate as per the Instructions you received when you completed the course. The system won't let you edit the Master version which is online in the cloud, but you will be able to edit it once you download it and add your own details.
Not really Matias. I recommend you explore Freelancer.com you'll find plenty of remote job opportunities there for PMs or aspiring PMs. Like anything else, you'll need to start building a profile and a reputation initially, so prioritize experience over money. In the long run it will pay off. You miRead more
Hi Regina, I would recommend the Agile & Scrum Certifications you can find on the Menu of thePMKB website under "Certifications" right at the top. In addition to that, I would encourage you to explore the Freebies included in the Project Management Certification course as well as in the other coRead more
It really varies by project and also depends on the context. Plus, on some projects it makes sense to combine them and take what is referred to as a hybrid approach. For projects which need a short delivery timeframe and that need to deliver value quickly and often go Agile. Agile is better suited fRead more
Yes, you can! :) The main difference of doing this v.s how you would do it in traditional Project Management (the Waterfall approach) is that in Scrum you wouldn't do this only at one particular point in time or phase of the project, but you would do it regularly as you're delivering new features, eRead more
Definitely, it will depend on the context, business, availability, etc.
Scope is the extent of what you will cover with the project, so what sits within the boundaries of what you will accomplish at the end of the project. Say for example you were rolling out a new version of Windows in a business. You could define the scope as follows: Windows Desktops and Laptops StafRead more
A task is something that someone needs to do as part of the project. Tasks are assigned to people and they have an expected completion date or due date. And they tend to be associated with your skillset and expertise. So for example, technical tasks are assigned to technical people. Designer tasks aRead more
People will actively participate in meetings if you foster a collaborative environment. If you give them the confidence to speak up and if you respectfully listen to their points, opinions or suggestions even if you don't agree with what they're saying. Same goes for shy people, the above preRead more