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If you want to stay ahead of the game in today's rapidly changing business world, an Agile Project Management course is the way to go. Agile methodologies are all about flexibility, adaptability, and speed - the key ingredients to success in today's competitive landscape. By learning how to implement agile project management practices, you'll be able to deliver high-quality projects on time and within budget, while remaining responsive to changing requirements and customer needs. Plus, agile project management is a highly sought-after skill set that can enhance your career prospects and earning potential. So why choose an Agile Project Management course? Because it's the smartest way to stay ahead of the curve and succeed in the dynamic world of modern business.
Welcome to our IPSO FACTO Agile project management foundation course, where we’ll explore the fundamental principles and practices of Agile project management. Agile methodology has been gaining popularity over the years as it offers a flexible and adaptive approach to project management. It allows teams to respond to change and deliver high-quality projects efficiently.
In this course, we’ll cover the Agile Manifesto, the various Agile frameworks, such as Scrum and Kanban, and practical tools and techniques to apply Agile principles in your projects.
By the end of this Foundation course, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and skills to understand projects in an Agile way. To increased productivity, improved customer satisfaction, and gain a better return on investment you need to complete the Agile Project Management Practitioner course.
This online course is for anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of Agile Project Management, including Managers, Project Leads, Team Leaders, and Software Developers. It covers the basics of Agile from Scrum and Kanban to developing user stories, managing team dynamics, and running successful sprints.
Agile Foundation exam, end of day 2 (start time: 4pm)
To gain a formal qualification: Agile Project Management Foundation
By the end of each course you will be in a position to:
It depends on the role you are looking for. If you are currently in a project management role, or looking to become a project manager then the practitioner qualification would be the best option. The foundation focuses on the understanding of the method but the practitioner looks at the understanding and application of the method.
The fundamental principal is to enable an organisation and the people within it to achieve greater agility, and to think in a more agile way.
Waterfall being the PRINCE2® framework. If you have a very clear outcome with clear steps and processes towards that outcome then a waterfall method would be a useful option. However, if there’s an element of complexity and or uncertainty within the project, then an agile approach using AgilePM would be the best choice.
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