Project Management Courses

Agile Project Management with Scrum Course

Course Details

  • code PM1022_242104

  • 12 - 16 Jun 2023

  • 3200 Euro

Agility Project Management 

Agile Scrum is a simple method for managing and completing even the most complex project, even in difficult situations. Based on field experience, Agile scrum is the number one most popular way to deliver projects. It results on time deliveries while preserving high levels of quality. 

This course represents a complete, concise, confident overview of Scrum with tips and examples from real-life case studies. It will cover the theory and provide participants with examples of how the theory is used in the industry.

 Agile Project Management is a methodology that allows you to deliver value to your customers more quickly and frequently. The process is iterative. 
The team builds up a project in pieces (or sprints) and then releases each piece as it's completed. Each release has a specific goal. The team should be focusing on getting that goal done before moving on to the next sprint.

Agile Project Manager Responsibilities

As an agile project manager you are responsible for keeping the team focused on what is most important. You should be be able to prioritize tasks based on their importance. 

An agile project manager must also be able to communicate effectively with other teams. Because other teams might be working on different parts of the same project. This can be difficult because agile projects tend to have very short time frames. Thus finding time for communication between teams is challenging.

Agile project managers typically take on many responsibilities in addition to their primary role as the team leader or project manager. Agile project managers often have a similar role to that of a product owner in Scrum.
They are responsible for communicating with stakeholders about how their needs will be addressed by the product being developed. They are also responsible for ensuring that those needs are being met throughout the course of development. Thus, stakeholders communication plan involves working with other departments within an organization. It is important to ensure that the internal stakeholders understand what the team is doing and why it matters to them.
The stakeholders communication plan also involves communicating directly with customers or clients. Customers includes any person or group of people who are interested in using the product once it is completed. 

Target Audience For This Agile Project Management Course

  • Scrum Masters

  • Development Team Members

  • Project Managers

  • Product Owners

  • Business Owners

  • Support Team Members

  • Maintenance Team Members

  • Service and Sales Team Members

  • Owner or Team Member of Agile Products


Targeted Organizational Departments for Agile Project Management Training

  • Project Management Office

  • Research & Development Department

  • Sales Department

  • Maintenance Department

  • Development Department


Learning Impact and Outcomes of Agile Project Management Training

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

  • Learn "in-depth" how to carry out the scrum methods.

  • Learn the power of scrum in delivering projects on time.

  • Learn in-depth how to use agile practices. 

  • Understand Velocity, Capacity Driven Planning, & Velocity Driven Planning.

  • Be Able to conduct Release Planning.

  • Stay ahead in Kick-Off Meetings.

  • Master the practices of Continuous Improvement.

  • Feel assured in executing scrum projects to a better quality.

  • Learn how to handle real-world scrum projects.

  • Understand what a Root Cause Analysis is.

  • Explain all the Agile Scrum events.

  • Run an Agile Scrum Project.


Training Method:

This training program combines theoretical and practical approaches. It aims to enhance participants' knowledge of Agile Project Management. This training program will equip participants with the right tools to use when executing projects.


Course Toolbox 

  • The Scrum Guide

  • Stakeholders Mapping Tools.

  • Agile Worksheet 

  • Agile Kanban Board.

  • Agile Kick-Off Checklist.

  • The Agile Roadmap.

  • Agile Softwares List.

  • User Story Templet.

  • Burndown Chart Templet.

  • Velocity Chart Template.

  • (7) Product Roadmap Templets.


Course Agenda:


Day (1) Agility Project Management & SCRUM

  • Agile 101

  • Agile Project Management for Beginners.

  • Discussing Agile Scrum.

  • Exploring the SCRUM Guide.

  • Learning How to kicking-Off a project?

  • The Root Cause Analysis.


Day (2) Agile Project Management Skills & SCRUM Roles

  • Agile Project Manager Responsibilities.

  • Agile Scrum Practices

  • Stakeholder Mapping.

  • Understanding SCRUM Roles.


Day (3) Agile vs Waterfall Project Management

  • Building Product Backlog 

  • User Stories.

  • Managing Changing Requirments.

  • Capture Story Points in a Meeting.

  • Story points Estimations.


Day (4) Sprints, Release planning, & Velocity

  •  Planning the sprints effectively.

  • Mastering the Release planning.

  • Plan Average Velocity.

  • Understanding the Release burnout.


Day (5) Agile Project Management Scrum Step by Step with Examples

  • Defining is the Sprint Lifecycle?

  • Acknowledging is the frozen sprint backlog.

  • Learning how to Avoid carryovers?

  • Running The Sprint Retrospective.

  • Agile Project Management Scrum Step by Step with Examples.


Agile vs Waterfall Project Management.

Agile and waterfall are considerably important methods of Project management the differences are very essential between these two;
Waterfall: This approach is based on sequential phases, with each phase building on the previous one. There are no feedback loops. The team has no idea if they're going in the right direction until they reach the end of each phase.
Agile: This approach focuses on iterative cycles, where teams come together frequently to evaluate their progress and make changes as needed. Agile methodologies are designed to help teams deliver better results faster. However Agile methods can be difficult for new teams without experienced leadership.

So What is agile project management with scrum certification

Agile project management with scrum certification is a five days course that will teach you how to use the scrum framework in your projects. This course will help you understand what agile development is and how it differs from other approaches.
 The Agile Project Management with Scrum Certification is for people who want to learn about agile project management, and it's designed for those who have experience in traditional project management;
Agile project management is a system of process that focuses on getting work done quickly while keeping customers happy. It's based on the idea that there are always changes happening in your business, so you need to be able to adapt quickly. Agile team members are cross-functional, which means they're able to work on any part of a project as needed—they're not tied down by specific roles or responsibilities.
Agile projects in the real also have short deadlines and goals that are constantly changing, which makes them perfect for startups or other companies with limited resources (like startups).
Scrum With The real World
Scrum is an agile methodology that helps teams manage projects by dividing them into small chunks called sprints. A sprint generally lasts two weeks or less. Sprint planning involves defining what needs to be done during each sprint and how long it will take.
Sprint planning also includes time for people who aren't part of the project team (such as stakeholders). Stakeholders need to provide feedback on what they want delivered by the end of each sprint period.

What Make This Course Different from Other Agile Project Management Training Courses? 

 Unlike other Agile Project Management Training Courses, This course will start with the project management fundamentals, and with agile 101 training and it will gear up the level of knowledge and skills to the mastery level.

The course is designed to teach you how to use agile project management practices in your organization. It covers everything from how to organize and prioritize tasks, to how to manage the team and keep them accountable.

Project Management Courses
Agile Project Management with Scrum Course (PM1022_242104)

PM1022_242104    12 - 16 Jun 2023    3200  Euro


Course Details

ID Coures: PM1022_242104

The Date: 12 - 16 Jun 2023

The Fess : 3200 Euro