Many of today’s Project Management and Business Analyst Professionals are finding themselves leading, managing and analyzing on Agile development teams - only to find that many of the tools and techniques applied when using a traditional project management approach no longer work as effectively or at all.
In order to do more than survive in this iterative development environment, today’s Project Manager and Business Analyst must employ additional project management and business analysis tools and techniques to effectively lead their teams and deliver their projects. The course will explore how your projects can easily and successfully make the transition to an effective Agile environment.
There's more to Agile development than simply a different style of programming. That's often the easy part. However, it totally changes your methods for:
Project Estimation & Planning
Working with your Stakeholders & Customers
Focus on Team Development
While not a silver bullet, Agile is quickly becoming the most practical way to create outstanding software. We'll explore the leading Scrum methodology, and you'll learn the basic premise and techniques behind Agility — so that you can apply them to your projects. This boot camp-style workshop prepares you to manage, lead, or participate on Scrum projects by learning how to apply the practices of Scrum on an actual project.
An understanding of how to maintain a regular cadence when delivering working software during each iteration
Gaining a practical appreciation on how to follow the team approach; start as a team, finish as a team
Knowledge and understanding of Agile principles with context on why they are so important for each team
Embracing planning from Vision down to Daily activities, recognizing the value of continuous planning over following a plan
Building a backlog of prioritized stories that provide emergent requirements for analysis that also fosters customer engagement and understanding
An engaging technique for more effective estimating (planning poker) and become more accurate by being less precise
Knowledge of pulling together Agile release plans that connect you back to business expectations – including hard date commitments and fixed price models
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Professional Development Units (PDUs) Professional Development Units (PDUs) can be issued by PMI® for formal learning activities related to project management. Project Management Professionals (PMPs®) are required to earn a minimum of 60 PDUs every 3 years to maintain certification. For more information about this program go to the PMI® web site or call 1-855 746 4849.
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