Agile Executed EffortsDuration: 1 Day 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Continuing Education Hours: 8
This course provides an introduction to the newest approach to project management which is becoming very popular for information technology (IT) and other developments. Previously used development methodologies used versions of traditional project management (sometimes called waterfall) which required definition of the scope before cost and schedule could be determined. This approach was not usually receptive to changes once work commenced. Agile methodologies do not force complete scope definition before work starts and hence one main reason for their popularity. This course covers the basics of Agile including the Agile mindset and principles, value-driven delivery, stakeholder engagement, self-empowered teams, adaptive planning, problem detection and resolution, and continuous improvement. Exercises associated with innovative games and estimating techniques demonstrate principles with class participation.
Who Should Attend:
Anyone who is involved in or expects to be involved in planning, executing, or managing Agile projects in adaptive and Agile/Lean environments, or creating and managing Agile contracts.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
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