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Wednesday 15 May 2013 / 13:00 BST

Wednesday 15 May 2013 / 13:00 BST
Presented by Melanie Franklin, Maven Training Ltd

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Integrating Agile into PRINCE2 - APMG-International Webinar Integrating Agile into PRINCE2 - APMG-International Webinar Presentation Transcript

  • www.apmg-international.com APMG-International Webinar Integrating Agile into PRINCE2 Wednesday 15 May 2013 / 13:00 BST Presented by Melanie Franklin, Maven Training Ltd www.APMG-International.com ®
  • Agenda • Welcome & introduction – Mark Constable, Marketing Executive APMG-International • Integrating Agile into PRINCE2 – Melanie Franklin (Maven Training Ltd) • Q&A • More Information • Close ®
  • About APMG-International • Global Examination & Accreditation Institute • Official accreditation/qualification body for Best Management Practice PPM portfolio • Extensive portfolio of professional management qualifications • 350+ Accredit training (ATO) and consulting (ACO) organizations with 1800+ approved trainers and consultants • Certify examination candidates; 18000+ exams per month • HQ in UK; operational offices or formal representation in 12 countries • Full details at www.APMG-International.com
  • Melanie Franklin is the founder and Chief Executive of Maven Training. She has a track record of excellence in project, programme and portfolio planning and delivery. She is the author of 6 books about project and change management and is writing her 7th book for newly appointed change managers. Presenter 4 © Maven Training Ltd 2013 Moderator Mark Constable is a Marketing Executive at APMG- International with over 7 years experience at the company.
  • © Maven Training Ltd 20135 Objectives • Define what agile working means and how this has been captured in the APMG Agile Project Management qualification scheme • Use the PRINCE2 process model to explain how agile project management can govern development, with PRINCE2 governing the overall project ® ®
  • © Maven Training Ltd 20136 What is agile? Waterfall: Agile:
  • © Maven Training Ltd 20137 Main players
  • Governance: - Documentation - Formal decision making - Progress reporting © Maven Training Ltd 20138 Benefits of Agile Project Management Collaboration with users and early delivery of business value
  • © Maven Training Ltd 20139 What is Agile? Comprehensive documentation Processes and tools Contract negotiation Following a plan over over over over People and interactions Working software Customer collaboration Responding to change Focus on the business need Collaborate Build incrementally from firm foundations Develop iteratively Communicate clearly and continuously Never compromise quality Deliver on time Demonstrate control
  • © Maven Training Ltd 201310 Differences Solution defined in detail All features are promised Time and budget can flex PM plans in detail and delegates work Command & control structure Solution evolves Features are prioritised Time and budget are fixed Self directed team, PM removes barriers to progress Collaborative working Vs Vs Vs Vs Vs Agile Project ManagementPRINCE2 ®
  • © Maven Training Ltd 201311 Style of working Waterfall: Project Board Business Users Project Manager Team Agile: Project Board Business Users Project Manager Team
  • © Maven Training Ltd 201312 Waterfall versus Agile lifecycles Analyse Plan Design Build Test Deploy Analyse Plan Deploy Design Build Test Agile: Analyse Plan Design Build Waterfall: Test Correct Test Deploy
  • © Maven Training Ltd 201313 Agile lifecycle Feasibility Foundations Deployment Engineering Exploration Post-Project Pre-Project
  • © Maven Training Ltd 201314 Controlling time not requirements Project Pre- Project Post- project IncrementFeasibility Foundations Increment
  • © Maven Training Ltd 201315 Timeboxes Time box Deploy Increment Time box Priorities Results MusthaveShouldhaveCouldhave • Agreed design for home page • Agreed design for each page type • First draft of content for home page • First draft of content for company information • First draft of content for each of the services pages • Links to social media platforms   Priorities Results MusthaveShouldhaveCouldhave • Mechanism for transferring content from existing site • High level plan of pages on new site • Summary of how content on each page links to other places on the site • Agreed design for home page • Agreed design for each page type • First draft of content for home page • First draft of content for company information • First draft of content for each of the services pages • Links to social media platforms   
  • © Maven Training Ltd 201316 Agile and PRINCE2 lifecycles Feasibility Foundations Deployment Engineering Exploration Post-Project Pre-Project Project Brief Business case Project Mandate Terms of Reference Post-Project Review Benefits Assessment Completed Work Package Deployed Solution Project Initiation Document Business Foundations & Prioritised Requirements List ®
  • 17 Roles Business Sponsor Technical Coordinator Project Manager Business Visionary Technical Advisor Business Advisor Business Analyst Business Ambassador Team Leader Solution Developer Solution Tester Team Members Project Manager Project Support Corporate or Program Management Team Manager(s) Steering Group Senior SupplierSponsor Senior User © Maven Training Ltd 2013
  • © Maven Training Ltd 201318 Why is Agile so important? Increased productivity Improved project visibility Improved team morale Enhanced software quality Reduce risk Faster time-to-market Better alignment between IT & Business Objectives Simplify development process Ability to manage changing projects Got better Got worseNo benefit 1% 2% 2% 3% 2% 2% 2% 1% 4% 9% 13% 14% 13% 17% 18% 19% 20% 20% 90% 85% 84% 81% 80% 79% 79% 76% 84% Data courtesy of 7th Annual State of Agile Development Survey 2012 – www.versionone.com
  • Popularity of Agile Project Management © Maven Training Ltd 201319
  • Foundation: 1 hour multiple choice paper 60 questions, 30 correct answers (50%) are required for a pass Closed book exam Practitioner: 2 hour objective based testing exam 4 questions with 15 marks per question 30 marks (50%) of the marks are required for a pass Open book (can use hand book to research your answers) Structure of the qualification © Maven Training Ltd 201320
  • QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
  • More Information • APMG-International website: – www.APMG-International.com • PRINCE2 Official Website: – www.prince-officialsite.com • APMG’s Agile Project Management – http://www.apmg-international.com/en/qualifications/agile-pm • Maven Training Ltd – www.maventraining.co.uk – Email Melanie at melanie@maventraining.co.uk http://www.linkedin.com/company/apmg-international @APMG_Inter
  • Join us at our Showcase Event • Leading events for Portfolio/Programme/Project management, IT Service Management and IT Governance communities • Network with peers • Share and learn from experiences and leading practice • Take part in workshops and round-table discussions on hot topics When & where? Thursday 20 June 2013 QEII Conference Centre, Westminster, London, UK Other locations too! See www.apmg-showcase.com for details.
  • www.apmg-international.com International International Find out more about us at our website: www.APMG-International.com THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING