This is what you will learn

  • You will know and be able to use program/department management tools for requirements development and management after this course
  • After this course you will know the program roles in agile project management and their tasks
  • You will further deepen your knowledge of agile project management acquired in the first four courses
  • Program Epic
  • Feature
  • User Story
  • Nonfunctional Requirement
  • System Architect
  • System Engineer
  • Lean Manager
  • Six Sigma Black Belt
  • Six Sigma more Belts
  • Product Manager
  • Business Owner
  • Business Analyst
  • Readiness Criteria
  • Change Management

You will understand the interaction of all the tools and objects and, after practice with a practical example that will accompany you from the second to the sixth course of this series of courses, you will also be able to apply it


The next level is waiting for you. In this course, the requirements that have been defined in the meantime are distributed among different programs and departments, where they are supplemented by further strategic, but above all technical requirements. Do you want to understand why it is necessary for a project to be supported by accompanying measures? Do you want to understand how teams can work better hand in hand in projects? Do you want to understand how solutions are created that work for many different customers? If so, then you’ve come to the right place. This course is also made by professionals for professionals and aspiring professionals and has long proven its worth in the form of classroom training in large companies.

This course builds on the first four courses in my 7-part course series, so I recommend that you take the previous courses before this one, where you learned the basics of the most common agile project and process management methods and how the Value Stream, Solution Train, Release Train, Product Increment, and Sprint tools interact with requirements objects. You will then also have become familiar with the determination of requirements in management and divisional management as well as additional tasks of project management in large companies.