The use of Agile methodologies is growing at an incredible rate, the basic way we do traditional plan-driven project management hasn’t changed significantly since the 1950’s and 1960’s and the rate of technology change today is making a pure plan-driven approach very cumbersome and impractical to implement in many real-world situations.
Gain and Apply Agile knowledge on your projects.
Make yourself a more valuable member of the team by learning how to help organizations make changes faster , better and with less expense by using Agile approaches.
This course will help in increasing your chances of promotion or hike.
This course will help you to switch your career to an Agile role.
This course will help you to build up Agile Teams and bring changes to how you deliver software.
This course will help you to confidently start talking Agile language.
Enroll today to enhance your Agile project management know-how and better deliver your projects to meet the needs of your customers—internally and externally.
Explain the Agile project management approach and philosophy, including values and principles.
Explain how to coach an Agile team and help them overcome challenges.
Drive to Value with Agile Methods . Master an adaptive approach to product development
See you in the course! Don’t forget to give your feedback and ask questions through Q&A section.
What you’ll learn
- You will learn the key concepts of Agile Development, Agile Project Delivery and Agile Project Management.
- You will understand the differences between Agile and traditional project delivery (other methodologies).
- You will learn to focus on an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) , more about Agile Teams
- Better understand the impact of Agile on the project management profession
- Agile Tools and Practical tips that you will love.
- No previous Agile knowledge or experience is needed to understand this course
- An open mind and a willingness to learn Agile concepts
Who this course is for:
- People who want to learn about Agile. Beginners, people without any Agile experience or knowledge.
- Anyone who is part of an Agile Team. People who have heard the words “user stories,” “backlog,” “retrospectives,” “sprints,” “scrum master,” “product owner,” “MVP,” “swim lanes,” “kanban board,” etc. and wondered what it meant.
- People who want to open the door to new job opportunities
- New managers interested in understanding the key agile, scrum, and project management concepts to improve their skills and professional credibility