This is what you will learn

  • After this course, you will be familiar with practiced and tested solutions for typical challenges in a software project and will be able to try them out in real-life situations.
  • You will further deepen your knowledge of agile project management acquired in the first six courses
  • Cooperation of Levels and Hierarchies
  • Typical challenges
  • First steps at project start


The final level awaits you. With the previous courses, you already understand your agile project environment. But what to do when things don’t work out that way? How do you deal with blockers and strategies that conflict with the project goal? How can you avoid information gaps and better align content with external stakeholders? How can you improve communication between customer and supplier while avoiding unnecessary friction? If these topics appeal to you, 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 is the conclusion of my 7-part course series and therefore I recommend that you take the previous courses before this course, 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 requirements elicitation in management, divisional management and departmental management as well as additional project management tasks in large companies – as well as the implementation of requirements in tested and documented solutions.