This two-day Agile Project Management workshop is designed to help participants understand how they can incorporate agile practices into their projects, based on the Agile PM² Model. The Agile approach embraces change and provides mechanisms which allow project teams to better deal with uncertainty and deliver projects in an iterative and incremental way.
The workshop presents the internal and external factors that need to be considered for the successful integration of Agile practices into an organization’s project management culture and prepares participants to successfully apply key Agile PM² techniques in their projects.
Participants of this course will be engaged in a series of workshops combining theory and hands on work, starting from the creation of a backlog during which the initial epics are identified, to developing a release plan, and going through the repeating activities of planning iterations, managing planned work and evaluating iteration performance.
Who should attend
This seminar is designed for Project Team Members or Project Managers who are involved in Agile projects and would like to learn more about Agile, extend and enhance their knowledge of Project Management with Agile Practices.
This seminar is ideal for those who want to work for EU funded projects and companies who are collaborating with the EC. Having in your CV the acknowledgement of attending a PM2 workshop showcases your familiarity with the PM2 methodology and your commitment to project management excellence.
Overview of the PM² Methodology
The Agile PM² Model
The Agile PM² Roles & Responsibilities
High performance Agile teams
The Scrum method and core Agile tools and practices:
Iteration and release planning
Team coordination and daily stand-ups
Work estimation and prioritization
Iteration reviews and retrospectives
Progress tracking and reporting
Implement Agile approaches in your organization
Agile PM² tips and tricks
In-class practice quizzes
Prior experience in agile, project management or working in projects is useful but not required.
Nicos Kourounakis, Senior Consultant, OPM²
This workshop grants 16 PDUs
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