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  Overview Anaplan has several training courses available to bring you up to speed with how the agile process works with an implementation. (Click on the titles to launch)    Agile and Anaplan (140)  Summary:   This training provides the background you need to fully understand the Agile process - what it is; how it works; who’s involved; and why it works. The first part of the training is about the type of Agile Methodology used by Anaplan, the Scrum version of Agile. The second part of the training is all about Anaplan’s specific processes using Scrum as the framework for how an implementation is completed. Course Objectives:   By the end of this course, you should be able to: Provide an overview of Agile  Explain the advantages of Agile vs. waterfall Outline how Anaplan implementations use Agile Explain the importance of the different Agile components Define the roles and expectations in the Agile process as it applies to Anaplan The course  will take about 45 minutes to complete. Click here for a printable file for taking notes.   Agile in Anaplan (341)  Summary:   Discover how Anaplan Specifically uses the Agile Scrum methodology. This module is the next step for learners wanting to know how to run or be apart of an Anaplan agile implementation. This course has optional selections that impact total run time. Maximum time is 50 minutes. Course Objectives:   By the end of this course, you should be able to: Explain how the Agile process works in an Anaplan implementation Identify the goals, outcomes and next steps for a project kick-off meeting (PKO) Identify the challenges of model building during an implementation Identify testable success criteria in a User Story​ Build acceptable user stories and identify how they translate to an Anaplan model   Agile App (342) Summary:   This course provides an overview of working with the Agile Implementation - The Anaplan Way app. It is split into six parts which include how to use the app to: Setup a project Scope a project Run a project Use the app for user acceptance testing   Part 1 – Setting up a project (3:00) This video is an overview on setting up a new project within the app. Create a new project using a template Set up epicsSet up project members and assign roles Set up the sprint   Part 2 – Scoping a project (4:36) This video covers setting up the scope of the project using the app. Enter the project information (name, dates, resources, etc) Do time estimates, reviewing and cross checking the information Use the Project Calendar   Part 3 – Running a project (4:00) This video provides information on how to use the app to run a project. Add a user story Plan sprints with user stories Use the Project Planning dashboard to keep on track View user story and sprint status Enter daily scrum notes Track budgets and burn rates Review testing results Locate other resources   Part 4 – Project Testing (7:00) This video covers how to use the app to setup and track the user acceptance testing (UAT) process. Add testers Create test scripts and add steps Assign test scripts to users Testers reporting results using the Testing Page Review the testing log Review testing status of the complete project Part 5 – Time and Tracking (4:00) Actual Hours Time Tracking Burndown Chart UAT Performance Testing Enhancement Wish List Training Model Optimization   Part 6 - Miscellaneous (3:30) Miscellaneous Tips, Tricks & FAQs Moving Dates Agile Storyboard Tweaks   A guide to the Anaplan Way app is available here!
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