CA Agile Central: Introduction OnDemand
Learn Usage Fundamentals of CA Agile Central
Hit the ground running with CA Agile Central (formerly Rally), ready to see and collaborate on your agile work. Let our experts orient you to the organization, navigation, and structures of CA Agile Central. Learn how the platform supports your agile practices, with a single interface to collaborate and deliver, and inspect and adapt. CA Agile Central: Introduction training is designed to help you get oriented to your agile platform investment.
CA Agile Central: Introduction is part of Agile Academy's (formerly Agile University) OnDemand training—online training anytime, anywhere. OnDemand training is self-paced eLearning that covers the same objectives as our instructor-led courses. In addition to recorded instruction from a CA Agile coach, the OnDemand course is interspersed with how-to videos, opportunities for hands-on practice, and built-in quizzes.
The OnDemand version of CA Agile Central: Introduction consists of 4 modules with 2 to 10 sections per module, for a total of 19 sections. Each section takes about 1-3 minutes to complete. The total course should take between 1 and 2 hours to complete, including knowledge checks.
Anyone and everyone who will use CA Agile Central (formerly Rally ALM) should start here: delivery team members, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, other individual contributors, functional managers, product and program managers, and leaders of all sorts. CA Agile Central: Introduction is a prerequisite to CA Agile Central Power User.
Participants of this course will be eligible to apply for 1 PDU toward their continuing education requirements with Project Management Institute (PMI).
After this course, attendees will:
- Get an overview of agile terms
- Navigate CA Agile Central pages, work items, and organizational hierarchy
- Understand how to set up your grid, board and chart views
- Learn how to set up filters to show just the information you care about
- Find out how to set up notifications
- Let how to create custom views
- Get an overview of how to use CA Flowdock
- Learn where to find help, community, and other resources