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  • Prix régulier: CA$1,290.00
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Project Management 3.0MD: Delivering with the Agile approach

If you are a PMI member, this session entitles you to 14 PDUs (PMP and PMI-ACP) in the education category.

Agile software development makes us revisit our planning and project management techniques. Contrary to what one might believe, even if Agile methods promote adaptation instead of following a rigid plan, planning tools are as important in an Agile project as they are in a traditional (or waterfall) project. Actually, in Agile, planning happens at every level, constantly!

This training integrates all the content of the PMI Agile Practice Guide.

LanguagesThese scheduled public sessions are offered in English or in French (FR).

Audience

Project Managers, PCOs, Architects, Scrum Masters or anyone interested in Agile project management

Prerequisites

  • Participants must have attended an Introduction to Agile and/or Lean class;
  • Participants must have a basic knowledge of project management.

Objectives

At the end of this class, you will be able to :
  • Establish an Agile project plan and an Agile release plan;
  • Effectively manage the progress of an Agile project.
  • Understand Agile planning strategies;
  • Establish an Agile project plan and an Agile release plan;
  • Effectively manage the progress of an Agile project.

Specific objectives

At the end of this class, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize project contexts favourable to innovation;
  • Experiment with the Agile framework and Agile team dynamics;
  • Associate PMBoK’s principles, practices and tools with the project life cycle;
  • Uncover the role of a Project manager in an Agile context;
  • Identify and establish proper levels of Agile planning;
  • Establish an Agile project plan;
  • Establish an Agile project delivery plan;
  • Effectively manage progress of an Agile project using the delivering business value concept.

Teaching method

Presentations, demonstrations, case studies and workshops.

Participants will learn the various concepts of Agile project management through a realistic project planning scenario, thus making it possible to apply the concepts learned throughout the session.

In addition, the trainer will provide numerous anecdotes and field learnings from his personal experience in Agile project management with SMEs and larger organizations.

Contents


A – Project management context (presentation and workshop)

  • Uncover complexity;
  • Complexity vs Innovation;
  • Anticipation vs Adaptation.

B – Agile foundations (presentation, simulation, workshop)

The 4 pilars of Agile

  • Empirical process;
  • Business value;
  • Incremental delivery;
  • Teamwork.

C – Agile project structure (presentation, simulation, workshop)

  • Agile project life cycle;
  • Agile roles;
  • Agile project ecosystem.

D – Project start-up (presentation, simulation, workshop)

Initiation:

  • Constraint matrix;
  • Project Charter;
  • Agile startup templates;
  • Project Manager;
  • RACI;
  • Organizational chart;
  • Change management.

Planning:

  • Project Business Model;
  • RoadMap;
  • Story mapping;
  • Business Process;
  • Business value prioritization;
  • Product backlog;
  • Sprint duration;
  • Velocity;
  • Estimation;
  • Definition of Done;
  • Risk management;
  • Master Plan and RoadMap;
  • Delivery Plan.

E – Project start-up (presentation, simulation, workshop)

Execution:

  • Levels of delegation;
  • Skills improvement;
  • Agile contracts.

Performance and control:

  • Sprint management;
  • Sprint backlog;
  • Monitoring sprint progression;
  • Grooming the Product Backlog;
  • Project manager’s role within a sprint;
  • Sprint reporting.

Delivery progress management:

  • Product backlog;
  • Master plan;
  • Delivery Plan;
  • Dashboard.
  • Delivery Status;
  • 'Sunset' graph;
  • Balancing Budget vs Scope vs delays;
  • Velocity Tracking Chart;
  • Risk monitoring.

F – Transition (discussion)

Closing:

  • Delivery/End of Project assessment.

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