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  • Agile Project Management is a repetitive approach of planning, organising, and controlling tasks for software development projects, focusing primarily on continuous releases and incorporating customer feedback with each response.
  • It is an important part of successfully achieving a business goal, which is why nowadays, more and more organisations are adopting agile project management methodologies. During this course, you will learn about AgilePM® Foundation certification (APMG accredited) in which you will be introduced to the Agile methodology.
  • After attending this Agile Project Management Foundation and Practitioner (AgilePM®) training course, you will obtain in-depth knowledge on planning projects, improving communication, collaboration, user stories, planning a DSDM project, and more.
  • Also You will progress onto the Agile PM Practitioner portion of the course, which takes place on the final day. Our qualified trainers will guide you through the Agile Certification and help you acquire the skills to work as part of a team competently and proficiently on an Agile project.
  • Syllabus:

    This course is split into 12 easy-to-understand modules, which provide you with an in-depth knowledge of Agile Project Management Methodologies and allows you to become a certified Agile Project Manager.

    Module 1: What is Agile?.

    Module 4: Deliver on Time.

    Module 2: Roles and Responsibilities.

    Module 3: Agile Project Management.

    Module 5: DSDM Process.

    Module 6: People, Teams, and Interactions.

    Module 7: Requirements and User Stories.

    Module 10: Quality – Never Compromise Quality.

    Module 8: Estimating – How and When.

    Module 9: Planning in a DSDM Project.

    Module 11: Risk Management.

    Module 12: Tailoring the Approach.

Module 1
What is Agile?

1. What Agile Approach is Best for Project Management?.
2. What Agile Approach?.
3. Philosophy and Understanding what Negotiable is.
4. 8 Principles.
5. Focus on the Business Need and Deliver on Time.
6. Collaborate and Never Compromise Quality.
7. Build Incrementally from Firm Foundations.
8. Develop Iteratively.
9. Communicate Continuously and Clearly.
10. Demonstrate Control and Principles Top Tips.
11. Factors Instrumental to Success – ISFs.
12. Project Approach Questionnaire.

Module 2
Roles and Responsibilities:

1. Technical Coordinator.
2. Roles Responsibilities Overview.
3. Business Sponsor.
4. Business Visionary.
5. Project Manager.
6. Business Analyst.
7. Business Ambassador.
8. SDT Roles.
9. Technical Advisor.
10. Team Leader.
11. Business Advisor.
12. Project level Roles.
13. Project Manager (PM) Role and Key Relationships.
14. PM and Business Sponsor.
15. PM and Technical Coordinator.
16. PM and Business Analyst.
17. PM and Team Leader.
18. PM and SDT.
19. Roles and Responsibilities Top Tips.

Module 3
Agile Project Management:

1. DSDM Process.
2. Configuring the Process– 3 Lifecycle Examples.
3. Products.
4. Pre-Project and the Agile PM.
5. Feasibility and the Agile PM.
6. Foundations and the Agile PM.
7. Evolutionary Development and the Agile PM.
8. Deployment and the Agile PM.
9. Post-Project and the Agile PM.

Module 4
Deliver on Time:

1. MoSCoW.
2. MoSCoW Relating to a Specific Timeframe.
3. Integral Part of Planning Process.
4. Making MoSCoW Work.
5. Prioritisation – Who Decides?.
6. Assigning Priorities Top Tips.
7. Timeboxing.
8. DSDM Structured Timebox and Free-Format Timebox.
9. Daily Stand-up and the AgilePM.
10. Empowered Teams and Change.
11. Wider Context and Timeboxing Top Tips.

Module 5
DSDM Practices:

1. Facilitated Workshops.
2. Modelling.
3. Iterative Development.

Module 6
People, Teams, and Interactions:

1. People, Teams, and Interactions Overview.
2. Planning Effective Communication.
3. Distributed Team Communication.
4. Collaboration.
5. People, Teams, and Interactions Top Tips.

Module 7
Requirements and User Stories:

1. Requirements.
2. User Stories.
3. Example User Story Card – The Front.
4. Confirmation – User Story Card – The Back.
5. Well-Constructed User Stories.
6. Requirements through the DSDM Lifecycle.
7. Requirements Top Tips.

Module 8
Estimating – How and When:

1. Estimating – Coping with Uncertainty.
2. Styles of Estimating – Top Down.
3. Styles of Estimating – Bottom Up.
4. Estimating Through the Lifecycle.
5. Estimating Top Tips.

Module 9
Planning in a DSDM Project:

1. Planning and Testing Concepts.
2. Tracking and Control Concepts.
3. Planning Throughout the Lifecycle.
4. Planning Activity Phase by Phase.
5. Planning and Quality.
6. Planning – Early Phases – Foundations.
7. Planning – Evolutionary Development.
8. Planning Top Tips.

Module 10
Quality – Never Compromise Quality:

1. Never Compromise Quality.
2. Using DSDM Helps “Never Compromise Quality”.
3. Quality Across the Lifecycle.
4. DSDM as a Quality Process.
5. Process Quality to Provide Predictability.
6. Quality Top Tips.

Module 11
Risk Management:

1. Managing Risk.
2. Risk Top Tips.

Module 12
Tailoring the Approach:
1. Project Approach Questionnaire (PAQ).
2. Tailoring DSDM Using PAQ.
3. Tailoring Top Tips.

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