Agile Awareness Seminar
This seminar covers what Agile is at an overview level, how it differs from more traditional project management methodologies and what the benefits are of adopting this lighter, more flexible approach to running projects.
Though the content is ‘vanilla’, specific flavours of Agile, such as Scrum and DSDM will be highlighted, along with a discussion of their relative merits.
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This course will benefit project teams looking to begin utilising Agile. It will also be of interest to business executives who need to understand how Agile can add value to their business and to account managers and senior users who need to understand their important role within Agile.
Anyone who is in or is affected by an Agile team. No technical knowledge is necessary and neither is any prior exposure to other project management frameworks. We frequently deliver this course to whole departments, divisions or companies to ensure whole organisation alignment.
- The Agile philosophy
- How Agile can help you deliver the right functions on time, every time
- The fundamental roles within agile
- How Agile differs from traditional project management
- The different ‘flavours’ of Agile available
Having completed this seminar delegates will be able to decide whether Agile is the right approach for their enterprise and be clear as to where it can add real value for you and your customers.
Attendees will leave with an understanding of the process, people products and practices that make up Agile.
Agile vs. Traditional Project Management
When to use Agile
Some common Agile myths
Flavours of Agile (Scrum, DSDM etc.)
To the Customer
To the Business
To the Development/Project Team
When not to use Agile
Common Roadblocks to Implementing Agile
Exerting Control in an Agile Environment
A desire to learn more about the Agile project management approach.