Agile Project Management course and will introduce the project manager to the Agile software development environment and the paradigm shift needed to introduce a business to Agile methodologies. It highlights the unique tools, techniques, knowledge and skills that an Agile project practitioner will utilize throughout the software development life cycle.
This workshop will introduce the project manager to the Agile software development environment and the paradigm shift needed to introduce a business to Agile methodologies. It highlights the unique tools, techniques, knowledge and skills that an Agile project practitioner will utilize throughout the software development life cycle. This workshop will show participants how to drive a project by value instead of a plan and how to involve stakeholders in an Agile environment.
Who Should Attend?
The workshop is intended for project managers, project team members, business analysts, technical specialists, subject matter experts, and other project stakeholders who would like to refresh their skills, broaden their understanding, or learn some new approaches. It was created to help project participants reach the next level of proficiency and is appropriate for those with some project management experience and /or minimal project management training.
In this course participants will learn to:
- Define project requirements and scope.
- Identify basic Agile concepts.
- Explain how Agile methods can address development pain point within an organization.
- Describe the Agile life cycle.
- Define the tasks on an Agile project.
- Use the tools and techniques used to complete Agile tasks.
|Agile Overview||Implementing Agile on Projects||Product Planning||Release Planning||Sprint Planning||Daily Work||Other Considerations|
|Module One||Module Two||Module Three||Module Four||Module Five||Module Six||Module Seven|
|1. What is Agile?
2. Agile History
3. The Agile Manifesto Values
4. Comparison of Project Phases
|1. Agile Project Lifecycle
2. Agile Roles
|1. Product Roadmap
2. Planning the Roadmap
2. Release Planning
|1. Agile Iteration
2. Sprint Planning
3. User Stories
4. Sprint Monitoring
6. Burn Down
|1. Agile Daily Work
2. Stand Up Meetings
3. Burn Down Chart
4. Sprint Testing
|1. Contract Considerations
2. Agile Manifesto