Agile Business Analyst (AgileBA®) Foundation & Practitioner
AgilePM is the world’s most popular framework for Agile project management. With a focus on flexibility, autonomy, and project agility, Agile has driven success for projects all over the world. At the same time, AgilePM utilizes the Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM), providing project teams with a greater level of control and discipline. Agile training can also be an excellent way for professional project managers to advance in their careers. Kickstart your AgilePM training today!
- Enables the candidate to develop a more advanced and applied level of knowledge and understanding as well as the ability to apply this knowledge to relevant project management methods.
- Enables clarity of different management styles that can be tailored to suit the project.
- Enables the promotion of trust and co-operation between both business and developers, which in turn allows visibility of progress.
- Enables the combination of Agile knowledge with the more traditional management methodologies and by so-doing, it allows a better adaptation to change.
- Improves timescale and success rate of a project by encouraging stakeholder involvement, feedback and controls.
- AgilePM allows faster delivery of change at a lower cost by means of continuous validation of project milestones against business objectives.
- AgilePM compliments and works with waterfall methodologies such as PRINCE2 and improves the rigour and visibility of management of a project which leads, in turn to reliable and successful delivery.
- Allows the adoption of a tried and tested approach rather than having to integrate a company-specific one.
- Allows the achievement of better communication, project control and adaptation of project planning without disrupting budget, timescale or scope.
- Develops employee professionalism.
Who this course applies to:
- Learners who wish to pass the AgilePM Foundation and Practitioner exams as quickly and efficiently as possible
- Businesses wishing to take full advantages of AgilePM best practices
- Prospective and career project managers looking to become certified in a highly-respected methodology
- Employees intending to contribute to or lead AgilePM project teams
- Learners hoping to pass the AgilePM Foundation and Practitioner exams on their first attempts
- The lifecycle of an AgilePM project, as well as various alternative configurations
- How to use various Agile techniques, as well as their relative limitations and benefits
- Which products are produced during Agile projects and the purposes of each
- How to apply the underpinning principles and philosophy of AgilePM in project situations
- How to utilize the Agile approach to managing and prioritizing requirements and how to use various Agile support and facilitation mechanisms
- The different roles and responsibilities of a typical Agile project
- How to utilize various Agile practices and techniques, such as the MoSCoW technique, which is used to define project priorities and enable iterative development and modeling
- How to test, estimate, and evaluate profit delivery within an Agile project
- Everything needed to successfully pass the official Agile Project Management Foundation and Practitioner exams
Structure of training
An Introduction to this AgilePM Foundation Course
- Foundation Domain 1: What is Agile Project Management?
- Foundation Domain 2: The DSDM Principles
- Foundation Domain 3: The DSDM Roles and Responsibilities
- Foundation Domain 4: The DSDM Products
- Foundation Domain 5: The DSDM Process
- Foundation Domain 6: Planning and Control
- Foundation Domain 7: MoSCoW Prioritization and Timeboxing
An Introduction to this AgilePM Practitioner Course
- Practitioner Domain 1: What is Agile Project Management?
- Practitioner Domain 2: The DSDM principles
- Practitioner Domain 3: The DSDM Roles and Responsibilities
- Practitioner Domain 4: Communicating for Success
- Practitioner Domain 5: The DSDM Products
- Practitioner Domain 6: The DSDM Process
- Practitioner Domain 7: Planning and Control
- Practitioner Domain 8: MoSCoW Prioritization and Timeboxing
- Practitioner Domain 9: Requirements, User Stories and Estimation
- Practitioner Domain 10: Managing the Project.
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