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|Location||Start Date||End Date||Register||Price||--------- Notes --------|
|Waterloo||03/26/2018||03/26/2018||Please call||$590||University of Waterloo|
The Manifesto for Agile Software Development may have been written for software development, but the core principles on which it was based — servant-leadership and lean manufacturing — can be applied to any type of project.
The release of the Sixth Edition of the PMBOK® Guide and the new Agile Practice Guide reinforces the importance for all project managers to add some agile tools to their project management toolbelt.
This 1-day course will change the way you look at agile project management and teach agile behaviors, practices and techniques which can be used regardless of industry or project delivery approach.
Who Should Attend
- Product Owners
- Project Managers
- Project Management Methodologists
- Course workbook containing copies of presentation slides and exercises
- Certificate of completion (framed for participants of in-house workshops)
Through the exploration of project scenarios, group exercises, and facilitated discussion, participants completing this workshop will learn how to …
- Develop a checklist to help their organizations profile projects for agile delivery suitability
- Discover more about Servant Leadership and its criticality to agile success for key delivery roles
- Learn how to tailor or adapt traditional project management practices across the ten PMBOK® Guide knowledge areas when managing an agile project
- Understand which agile practices and techniques can be used without adaptation and which need to be modified to fit non-technology scope
Participants of this workshop should already have completed training in the fundamentals of both traditional and agile project management. We therefore recommend:
- 3-day Project Management Essentials: Part 1 – the Fundamentals (or its equivalent)
- 3-day Agile Project Management Hands On (or its equivalent)