Agile Project Management Course is intended for all project managers. It is also for those who are familiar with the waterfall model but will need to handle projects that will use agile methodology. The course will have a comparison on Agile and Waterfall. While it will use a popular tool in project management to setup the timeline of the project.

Agile project management is a modern, flexible approach to project management. It allows you to break large projects down into more manageable tasks, which are tackled in short iterations or sprints. This enables your team to adapt to change quickly and deliver work fast.

If you’re new to this methodology, it might look at first like a complex and difficult-to-manage system. But, whether you realize it or not, you’re already doing many of the things agile project management requires. With a few tweaks, you’ll be on your way to shorter development cycles and smaller, more frequent product releases.

Today, agile project management methodology is used by software developers, construction companies, educational organizations, and even marketing teams. Many organizations can benefit from agile project management, and it’s simple to set up and utilize.

While you can take advantage of software, books, or agile coaches, each agile team is unique, and understanding the basics can help you put together an agile project methodology that works for you and your team.

It will also have a comprehensive discussion on scrum – how this is applied in project management. This will focus on delivering a product and the product backlog.

The course will  highlight the benefits of agile and when is the best time to use it. Not all projects are meant to be using rapid development.

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Course Objective

At the end of the course, the participant is expected to: 1. Learn the difference between Agile and Waterfall. 2. Learn the scrum methodology. 3. Familiarize with the roles and responsibilities of the team as well as the role of the project manager in Scrum. 4. Use a project management tool to create milestones, tasks, durations and reports to sponsors and stakeholders. 5. Appreciate the use of Scrum methodology with a case study. 6. Apply Sprint Ceremonies in the case study. 7. Prepare for sprints and other Go Live activities using the case study as an example.


Module 1

  • Review Project Management
  • Agile vs Waterfall
  • When to use Agile methodology

Module 2

  • Scrum Methodology
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Product and Product Backlog

Module 3

  • The Role of  a Project Manager on Scrum
  • Project Manager vs Scrum Master
  • Timeline Discussion
  • Sponsors and Stakeholder Meeting
  • Project Meeting

Module 4

  • Project management tool
  • Milestones and Tasks
  • Duration and Dates
  • Roles
  • Gantt Charts Reports

Module 5

  • Case Study : IzanRose Online Store
  • Requirements
  • Product Backlog
  • Backlog Grooming

Module 6

  • Sprint 0 - The Preparation
  • Sprint 1
  • Sprint Planning
  • Daily Standups
  • MidSprint Review
  • Burndown Rates
  • Sprint Demo
  • Sprint Retro
  • Burndown Reports

Module 7

  • Sprint 2 and Beyond
  • External requirements
  • Go Live Preparations
  • After Go Live Support

- Flexible length - sessions as short as 1-hour
- Cost effective - great group pricing
- Greatest impact in the shortest time
- Excellent Team Building Opportunity
- Certificate of Completion

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