Agile project management is an iterative approach to delivering a project throughout its lifecycle, embracing changing requirements. While a lot of organizations use or consider using Agile project management, there are many misconceptions about how to successfully execute projects using this methodology.
Agile project management requires a collaborative working with the project team and especially with the customer. This training will provide you with a solid understanding of the best types of projects to implement Agile practices, clearly defines roles and responsibilities, and provides tools and techniques to help you be successful with project planning and execution.
Key Learning Objectives include an understanding of:
- Projects best suited for this methodology
- Approaches for executing with Agile project management
- Scrum project management roles and terminology
- Scrum ceremonies
- Scrum project management techniques, including establishing a backlog and sprint planning
- Approaches for prioritizing requirements in the backlog
- How to estimate effort for work included in the backlog
- Approaches for obtaining consensus
This course is offered in-person in the classroom and provides 7 hours toward fulfilling the required 35 hours of project management education/training for the PMP® Certification. Visit the Project Management Institute for information about requirements to sit for the exam at Project Management Institute