This 2-day Agile Project Management course covers the basic concepts and history of Agile, explaining its methodologies and strategies while presenting real-world applications of the Agile approach.Learn how to adapt the principles and best practices from both Agile and traditional “waterfall” management and synthesize the two in order to deliver project results. This elite course is only offered for groups–inquire for your company!
Duration: 2 days (8 hrs./day)
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Course Benefits and Objectives
The history, methodologies, and strategies of Agile project management
The Agile Manifesto
Ways to maximize the benefits of Agile while minimizing the risks
The differences between traditional and Agile approaches to managing projects, and how the two can work together
The 12 principles of Agile
The role of Scrum in Agile project management
The 7 principles of Lean
The roles and 12 practices of eXtreme Programming
Agile Teams and Team Spaces
Agile planning, estimating, and earned value
The right way to apply project management principles to an Agile project
How to create a self-directed team
Ways to improve team productivity for delivery of business value and project success
How to set up your team for success to avoid the most common pitfalls
Application of the Agile value of decreasing product defects
The right way to approach documentation on an Agile project