AGILE PRACTICES FOR ALL PROJECTS
Due to recent events, the Upstate New York PMI PDD has been rescheduled to Monday September 21st. It will continue to be held at the Desmond, with IIL presenting on Agile Practices, as described below.
If you are already registered for the earlier date, you be automatically registered for the new date. New enrollees can continue to sign up for the new date. In the event that you have a conflict with the new date, please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding a refund.
ABOUT THE COURSE
Agile methods are becoming increasingly prevalent, and have facilitated projects in reducing time to market, being adaptive to changing customer requirements, and increasing value to customers and organizations. These beneﬁts have been implemented in both IT and non-IT environments to help all types of projects.
This course will present key Agile techniques and processes that can be readily incorporated into your projects to enable greater ﬂexibility and higher productivity, while maintaining the traditional project lifecycle framework. The overall goal of the course is for learners to be able to integrate appropriate Agile elements and/or techniques into any project in any environment.
Basic familiarity with project lifecycle terms and techniques.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone interested in applying Agile practices and techniques within their projects, for any type of project. Among those who can beneﬁt from this course are:
- Project and program managers
- Functional managers
- Senior management
- Technical leads
- Team leads
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Course participants will understand the basic Agile approach, and the various methods for achieving agility:
- Recall project management principles and methodologies
- Explain Agile practices and compare several Agile methods
- Apply Agile software development techniques in a project lifecycle framework
- Employ Agile processes in a project management framework
- Integrate Agile techniques into any project in any environment
- Foundation Concepts
- Agile Requirement Techniques
- Agile Software Development Techniques
- Agile Initiating & Planning Processes
- Agile Delivery Processes
- Implementing Agile Practices
- Summary and Next Steps
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Roy Schilling: Roy is an experienced Agile Coach, Trainer and Leader with strong technical and leadership qualiﬁcations and more than 30 years of experience in strategic planning, team development, project and product management, systems engineering strategies and over 15 years as an Agile practitioner. Proven ability to successfully analyze an organization’s critical issues, identify deﬁciencies and opportunities and develop innovative and cost-eﬀective solutions for enhancing competitiveness and eﬀectiveness.
SAVE THE DATE
The Project Management Institute, Upstate New York Chapter, Inc. Annual Professional Development Day (PDD)
7 PDUs – Agile Practices for All Projects
Location: Desmond Hotel – 660 Albany-Shaker Road, Albany, NY 12211
Monday, May 18, 2020 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Registration: 7:30 AM
Telephone: (518) 421.6183
Group discount information available upon request.
Early Bird on or before
April 1, 2020
On or after
April 2, 2020
PMI UNY Member
View flyer for more details: agile-practices-for-all-projects-UPDATED-2020_01_05.pdf