Agile Project Management Training Workshop by Tonex
The Agile Project Management Training Workshop is a comprehensive program designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage projects using Agile methodologies. Through a combination of theoretical concepts, practical exercises, and real-world case studies, participants will learn how to embrace Agile principles and practices to enhance project success. The workshop covers key Agile frameworks, techniques, and tools, providing participants with a solid foundation to apply Agile project management in their organizations.
This workshop is suitable for project managers, team leaders, scrum masters, product owners, and anyone involved in project management or working in Agile environments. It is valuable for individuals who are new to Agile or have some experience but want to deepen their understanding and enhance their skills in Agile project management.
Upon completion of this course, the participants will:
- Understand the fundamental principles and values of Agile project management.
- Explore various Agile frameworks, such as Scrum, Kanban, and Lean, and understand their application in different project contexts.
- Learn how to effectively plan and execute Agile projects, including defining project scope, setting priorities, and managing iterations.
- Gain insights into Agile estimation techniques and how to create realistic and adaptable project schedules.
- Develop skills in facilitating Agile meetings, such as daily stand-ups, sprint planning, and retrospectives.
- Understand how to foster collaboration and empower Agile project teams for improved productivity and outcomes.
- Learn strategies for managing project risks and adapting to change in Agile environments.
- Enhance communication and stakeholder management skills to ensure transparency and alignment throughout the project lifecycle.
Introduction to Agile Project Management
- Overview of Agile principles, values, and benefits
- Comparison of Agile and traditional project management approaches
- Understanding the roles and responsibilities in Agile project teams
Agile Frameworks and Methodologies
- Exploring popular Agile frameworks, including Scrum, Kanban, and Lean
- Selecting the appropriate framework based on project requirements
- Agile ceremonies and artifacts: understanding their purpose and execution
Agile Project Planning and Scope Definition
- Agile project initiation: defining project vision and objectives
- Agile project charter and product backlog creation
- Collaborative techniques for prioritizing requirements and managing scope
Agile Project Execution and Iterative Delivery
- Iterative planning and execution using Agile frameworks
- Managing project iterations and adapting to changing requirements
- Monitoring project progress and tracking team performance
Agile Estimation and Scheduling
- Agile estimation techniques for time, effort, and resource planning
- Creating realistic and adaptable project schedules
- Agile release planning and managing dependencies
Agile Team Collaboration and Empowerment
- Facilitating effective Agile meetings and ceremonies
- Promoting self-organizing teams and encouraging collaboration
- Supporting team productivity and removing impediments
Risk Management and Adaptation in Agile Projects
- Identifying and managing project risks in Agile environments
- Agile techniques for risk mitigation and response planning
- Embracing change and adapting project plans in Agile projects
Communication and Stakeholder Management in Agile Projects
- Effective communication strategies for Agile project teams
- Stakeholder engagement and managing expectations
- Creating transparency and ensuring stakeholder alignment
Agile Project Case Studies and Practical Application
- Analyzing real-world Agile project case studies
- Participating in group exercises and simulations
- Applying Agile project management concepts in practical scenarios
- Agile Project Work Plan
- Key activities and milestones.
- A detailed methodology description to analyze, assess, validate, document, and complete each sprint/iteration.
- Analysis resources necessary to support the process
- High-level analysis of data gathering requirements.
- Any assumptions and dependencies of the project
Workshop 1: Agile Service Level Agreement (SLA) Management
- Achievement of Budget Goals (total and subtotals)
- Achievement of Schedule Goals (final and interim)
- Security (as defined by customer)
- Quality (as defined by customer)
- Availability (data, system, and components)
- Performance (transmission, response, or completion times)
- Meantime to Resolution (MTR)
- Business Continuity
- Required communications (meetings, reports, calls, emails)
- Required documents (plans, estimates, schedules, analyses)
- Degree of accuracy of estimates (schedule, budget, resources, total)
- Effective risk management and response (adherence to plans)
- Effective scope management and change control (adherence to plans)
- Data quality (fitness for use, accuracy, precision, completeness)
- Ad hoc query response (usually written in terms of averages)
- Reliability (queries generate same valid results)
- Consistency (calculations and definitions are consistent regardless of source or function)
- Acceptable usage (query controls)