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Duration

3 weeks

Tuition

$995

 

Sep 12-Oct 2

Plus 1 other start dates

Jan 9 - Feb 5 2023

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Online

Year Founded

1956

Scholarships

no

Agile approaches are changing how software is developed and the impact is being felt far outside the technology teams in which they originated. But there are many different agile frameworks out there. How do you choose the right one? This course provides an introduction to the lean and agile principles on which iterative and incremental development is based, and the trends accelerating agile adoption across many industries.

In this course, you’ll discover how agile frameworks such as Scrum and Kanban differ from the traditional product development lifecycle and determine which approach to use, given the context in which you work. You will learn the core frameworks of iterative agile methods, like Scrum, and flow-based agile methods, like Kanban. You will see how agile project management practices combine with agile engineering practices, and what to expect from an agile team.

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Student Reviews (2)

UBC Sauder School of Business

Great school, better classmates

Anonymous

Vancouver • December 10, 2021

Graduated From

The UBC Professional MBA

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

4 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

My experience at Sauder was overall very positive, I graduated in 2019.

There was a balance between advanced business theories and classes, and technical skills such as analytics and programming. The latter of which I personally found to be

My experience at Sauder was overall very positive, I graduated in 2019.

There was a balance between advanced business theories and classes, and technical skills such as analytics and programming. The latter of which I personally found to be
quite difficult, but rewarding if you put the time in to learn.

By far, the best part of the program was the people. Everyone accepted was professional, nice, and smart. These are people who want you to succeed just as much as they want to succeed themselves.

The school's career centre was an invaluable resource to help with applications and conducting mock interviews so we knew what to expect when entering the job market.

Be prepared for an (at times) overwhelming workload though. Your social life will take a significant hit when class starts.

UBC Sauder School of Business

Great community

Stuart Bell

Vancouver • July 10, 2020

Graduated From

Change Management

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

na

Sauder gets 5-stars from me. Great international faculty and a strong community of business professionals. My firm covered the costs of the change management program but I would have happily paid for it myself.

Sauder gets 5-stars from me. Great international faculty and a strong community of business professionals. My firm covered the costs of the change management program but I would have happily paid for it myself.

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