Title:Agile Project Management Essentials
PMI Product ID:00101503700
PDU Category:CategoryA
PMP® PDUs:2
PgMP® PDUs:2
Price:$130.00
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Delivery Method:E-Learning (Self-Paced)
Duration:2 Hours
Course Objectives:If you have followed a traditional project management approach and find yourself spending a lot of time fine tuning the design to accommodate changing requirements, you may want to consider a different approach. In this course, you will be introduced to agile project management, including the core values and principles outlined by the Agile Manifesto. Agile projects are characterized by the use of short work iterations and incremental development of products, made possible by focusing on business priorities and customer value. The course provides an introduction to common agile methodologies, describes the relationship between defined and empirical processes and highlights the key difference in regards to the triangle of constraints of agile versus traditional methods. This course is intended for project managers, program managers or anyone who wants to efficiently participate in projects that experience frequent change in the project requirements. It is aligned with the Agile Certified Practitioner exam objectives developed by Project Management Institute® and Certified ScrumMaster learning objectives. By the end of the course, you should:

•identify the characteristics of agile project management
•distinguish between primary and secondary agile values
•recognize agile principles
•recognize the differences between defined and empirical methodologies
•compare the agile triangle of constraints with that of traditional project management
•compare Agile to the traditional approach of project management
•compare the phases of traditional project management with those of the agile framework
•determine how a project manager's responsibilities will change on an agile project
•distinguish between common agile methodologies
•determine how the agile project management approach manifests itself in the common agile methodologies

Appropriate Audience:Managers and members of project teams who currently use or plan to adopt agile techniques
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Course Level:Foundation
  
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