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Scrum master

Scrum Masters are responsible for managing communication between team members to keep projects on track and work in an agile way. In this experience, you will learn Agile fundamentals, get a solid understanding of Scrum and learn practical ways to apply it on your team and throughout your organization. If you're looking to land a new role, get promoted and are preparing for a scrum master certification down the track, this experience is for you.

Business Analyst

The business analyst (BA) is the primary liaison between project/program stakeholders, who understands business needs, structure, processes, policies and operations. The BA recommends and assesses impacts of changes that enable the organization to achieve its goals; captures, analyzes, and documents requirements; and supports the communication and delivery of those requirements to the stakeholders.

What you will learn:
1. Systems engineering and modeling concepts
2. Conducting cost/benefit analysis
3. Developing strong business cases
4. Complete understanding of different modeling techniques and methods.
5. The ability to understand and respond to business needs in a rapidly changing environment.

Product Owner

The project owner is typically, but not always, the head of the business unit receiving the product, and bears business responsibility for successful project implementation.
The project owner may often act as a “champion” to the project, in partnership with the sponsor. The project owner will assist the project manager in providing leadership towards the completion of project tasks, and may sometimes even maintain a portion of the project plan.

Here, you will learn how to:

1. articulate a project’s value, and encourage buy in with stakeholders

2.  Assist in providing leadership for, and managing the team’s performance of project activities

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