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"Culture eats strategy for breakfast." - Peter Drucker                                                                           


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Traditional project management in an uncertain and complex environment is a significant challenge. Organizations need to provide customers with new quality products and services at an ever-increasing pace. One of the most common solutions is agile project management that accepts change and contains principles and tools that allow project teams to better deal with uncertainty, continuously deliver value and react quickly to change.
This workshop provides an overview of agile methods and tools that can be used in project management and day-to-day work.




Target Audience

Beginners, but also experienced project managers, program managers, professional program associates, PMO managers, project team leaders, project team members, business analysts, solution architects, Product Managers, Scrum Masters, Process Managers, EU Project Managers.



In this training you will master:

  • Characteristics of different agile methods and the difference from traditional methods

  • Agile values and principles

  • Life cycle of agile design and product development

  • Basic techniques of initiating and planning an agile project

  • Most common techniques for monitoring the plan and overseeing agile projects

  • Main characteristics, roles and mode of operation in the SCRUM framework

  • Application of agile principles in everyday work



Training outline

This 2 day training’s framework is based on several key topics with practical workshop and will cover following topics:


Agile principles and methodologies

  • Agile framework

  • Agile values and principles: Agile Manifesto

  • Culture and differences of agile and traditional methods

  • Is there documentation in agile projects?

  • The most common mistakes in agile transformation

  • Identification of 5 phases of agile project management model

Initiating an agile project

  • Initiating an agile project - identifying components for an agile Business Case

  • Creating a vision and project charter

Agile project planning

  • Review of planning principles

  • Agile estimates techniques

  • Value-based prioritization (example MoSCOW model)

  • Tools for requirements prioritization (KANO, priority matrix)

  • Planning exercise - product planning



  • Scrum framework

  • Roles in the Scrum model

  • Definition and use of Scrum artifacts

  • The role of traditional project managers in Scrum

  • Retro simulation

  • Case study Scrum process simulation

  • Scrum case study simulation

How to use agile principles in everyday work


After training all participants will get:

  • Original custom made templates of project documents used in presentation.

  • 14 PDU / contact hours of project management education that can be used for PMI certification holders or prerequisite for PMI certification application.

  • Certificate of attendance.

Training is organized also as inhouse and you can book appointment via e-mail:


Let Me Help You Manage Your Projects More Successfully!

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