|Agile Project Management Practices
Increasingly, project managers are being encouraged to utilize an agile project management approach. This workshop covers an Agile Manifesto mindset, values and principles. It also covers the concepts of definable and high-uncertainty work, and the correlation between lean, the Kanban Method, and agile approaches. In addition, various life cycles are discussed, suitability filters, tailoring guidelines, and common combinations of approaches. Critical factors to consider when creating an agile environment, such as servant leadership and team composition, are also examined. You will learn how to organize teams and be exposed to common practices teams use for delivering value on a regular basis. Examples of empirical measurements for teams and for reporting statues are provided. Lastly, organizational factors that impact the use of agile approaches, such as culture, readiness, business practices, and the role of a PMO are explored.
This workshop covers the material contained in the Agile Practice Guide developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and Agile Alliance. It is also the fifth day of our five-day course titled Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) Best Practices. If you have an interest in acquiring a more in-depth knowledge of project management, you might considering enrolling in this course.
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For inquiries, please call 585.685.6004 to get information regarding future classes.