Project stakeholders are all those affected by the project, not just those who fund the project or those we are building the project for. The product owner is a stakeholder, but he or she is not the one using the product. A bigger set of stakeholders are the end users. Even beyond that, there are many other project stakeholders. This course covers who the stakeholders are, how to consider their needs as the project progresses, and several tools and techniques that help in incorporating the stakeholder’s needs and wants. There are many challenges and potential pitfalls of communication throughout the duration of a project. Communication is absolutely critical to any team activity, and agile project management is a team activity. The success and failure of an agile project can certainly rest on the proper or improper use of communication. This course covers the many aspects of communication in an agile project. The general goals of this course are being aware of the various modes of communication, the importance of communication in an agile project, and how to best apply the appropriate tools and techniques surrounding communication to best support your project.