This video provides an overview of the sequence of the course series content of the 7 courses that build on each other. Course 1 and 2 lay the foundation for understanding. We start in the first of the seven courses with the basics, where you’ll learn about the most common project management methods we encounter in large enterprise software projects. In the second course, we’ll look together at how requirements are created and learn about the tools that form the backbone of an agile project. In the third course, I’ll show you how management works with internal and external sources to develop requirements, which roles work together, and who does what. In the very comprehensive fourth course, you will see how the intermediate level in large companies breaks down the requirements from the management to more detailed requirements, how the business units coordinate with each other in defining the solution, how they work together with the management, how elementary project basics are defined, and how a project is divided into programs in such a way that departments can contribute their solutions to an overall solution. We also talk about budgets, RoI and implementation timeframes and how basic solutions, project and team infrastructure are provided for the underlying programs and much more. In the fifth course, department-specific requirements from the departments are added from the already defined requirements of the superordinate Large Solution level, as well as new department-specific requirements for a solution are included, and features that a solution should contain are described for all requirements. A very big topic will be requirements elicitation with the departments, as well as readiness criteria and, of course, again the roles involved in this level and their tasks. In the sixth course, which is again very extensive, we get down to the nitty-gritty: here the requirements are broken down into tasks and implemented in solutions, which are then put together to form an overall solution on the way back up. Big topics are team organization, available tools and events, and the roles involved and their tasks. The seventh and last course of the series is about the collaboration between the previously discussed levels and typical challenges with solution approaches from my practical experience that have worked quite well. The goal of the course series is that you can evaluate situations in the course of a project and initiate solutions using suggestions from the course content. The content also deals with learning types and provided learning forms as well as the advantages and disadvantages of face-to-face trainings, remote trainings and online trainings.