Agile Project Management is the terminology used for project management using Agile methodologies. The style of project management which aides agile activities, such as daily standups, dynamic scope, collaboration among the stakeholders, continuous integration, etc. can be called Agile project management.
Agile project management is an iterative and incremental method of managing projects—delivering projects executed in a highly flexible and interactive manner. The method requires the empowerment of the team members with continuous feedback from the suppliers and customers. The main purpose for the method is to bring functionality to the customer faster; prioritizing functionality for a cheaper end product.
Agile Courses from New Horizons
Agile training from New Horizons is an ideal way to level-set your organization or project team on the basic concepts of Agile and associated implementation methodologies. While a lot of people talk about using Agile, there are many misconceptions and misunderstandings about the distinctions between them. Training can help expose the underlying Agile concepts and clarify the differences between the various implementation methods.
Agile Project Management Methodologies
This two-day course provides both the practice and the theory of planning and managing agile projects using methodologies such as scrum, XP (eXtreme Programming), and lean project management methodologies.
Introduction to Agile Project Management
In this course, students become familiar with the concepts of traditional project management and may have used the concepts to manage multiple projects. Students will use Agile project management.
PMI Agile Certified Professional (PMI-ACP)® Exam Preparation
This three-day course provides participants with a solid foundation of the PMI Agile Certified Professional (PMI-ACP) exam. During class, participants will be introduced to PMI Agile concepts and practices with banks of sample questions. Additionally, participants will apply agile principles directly to a real-world project taken directly from their industry. Participants will also engage in numerous discussion groups focusing on agile best practices.
Scrum Agile Master Certified
This certification is appropriate for anyone interested in becoming familiar with the concepts and practices of Agile Project Delivery, and who wants to have a working knowledge of the various Agile methodologies.
Business Benefits of the Agile Methodology
Although designed originally for the software industry, many industries have now adopted the use of agile in their development of products and services because of the highly collaborative and more efficient nature of the methodology. Agile is also used in industries like marketing and advertising, construction, education and finance.
The more traditional cumbersome methodologies like waterfall typically require entire project groups to meet and discuss full project goals throughout each phase. Agile, however, uses smaller more focused groups that meet more frequently to discuss very specific goals, making it easier to make rapid changes as required.
Contact New Horizons today to discuss which Agile learning solutions are best suited for you and your business.