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In this Agile Project Management training course, you will learn project management skills to help you, the servant leader of your Agile teams, enable your team(s) to deliver what your customers want...Read More
In this Agile Project Management training course, you will learn project management skills to help you, the servant leader of your Agile teams, enable your team(s) to deliver what your customers want faster and with better quality than ever before! This is an in-depth course for those who are already familiar with agile methodologies who wish to take their skills in Project Management for Agile Teams to the next level. All of the Agile Project Management practices in this course are documented and cross-referenced as part of the course materials — allowing you to continue your study after the course!
This Agile Project Management workshop is based on leading-edge tools and techniques from many of those at the forefront of the introduction of Agile and current thought leaders in the industry today. Every Cprime instructor has been “in the trenches” as an Agile Project Manager and Coach of Agile teams. Each instructor brings real-life experience to teach and guide participants during the delivery of this course.
In this Agile Project Management (ICP-APM) Course, you will:
This Agile Project Management training course is designed for anyone who is considering the use of an Agile methodology for software development, including:
Part 1: The Reality of Agile Projects
Part 2: Managing Constraints
Part 3: Understanding Agile Team Performance and Metrics
Part 4: Establishing and Empowering Teams
Part 5: Maximizing Value and Agile Planning & Estimating
Part 6: Communication and Collaboration
In this exercise, we will discuss the project team in today’s environment and the impact that knowledge work has had on the development industry. Views from Drucker and select studies from leading industry whitepapers will be discussed to help you gain an understanding of and how to work with development teams in complex environments.
In this exercise, participants will investigate project uncertainty and discuss specific techniques to not only mitigate risk — but to leverage it! We will look at different ways to view constraints and tradeoffs to share them with the stakeholder.
The case studies and discussion exercises in this section help the Agile Project manager understand the difference between diagnostic and performance metrics and how to utilize metrics in an Agile Framework. Participants will discuss how understanding these types of metrics, applied to the individual, team, and project will help the Agile Project Manager guide both the team and the project in the daily work environment.
The exercises in this section will provide participants with an overall view of how to establish empowered teams quickly based on the organization of roles. Exercises are designed to create an understanding of team dynamics. In addition, case studies are used to examine the differences between Agile teams and traditional teams. We will discuss a set of Agile project management “tools” which teams can use as they work towards becoming a high performing team. Additional exercises in this section cover trust and the three steps of rebuilding trust as well as conflict and conflict resolution and how the Agile project manager can help the team to develop trust and resolve conflict as it arises. A final, interactive exercise for this section will challenge the participants to put all of these tools and topics in place and work as a team to meet the exercise objective.
In these sections, the exercises will help the Agile PM focus on the delivery of value and achieving customer/stakeholder satisfaction. We will discuss theory and show the use of feedback loops in the value cycle and discuss as a group how techniques like “trimming the tail” can be used to assist the team and stakeholder.
The objective of the exercises in this section is to understand the importance of and how to create stakeholder involvement in our projects. As a “live case study,” teams will create an Agile “communication plan” and then, as a group, we will discuss the options for communication and collaboration which an Agile project manager can utilize to create transparency and help create team success.