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Agile Project Management
What is Agile
• A method to determine requirements for software and for
delivering projects.
• Highly flexible and interac...
BAU processes

ITIL®
PPM Enablers
Processes

PPM Methods

MoP®

PPM Evaluators
Portfolio

P3O®
Programmes

Roles

MoV®

MS...
Target Audience
The PPM community, for whom the guide is aimed at: those involved in directing,
managing, supporting and d...
Benefits to an organisation
• Will give delegates a practical understanding of Agile
Project Management based on internati...
Levels of Examination
There are currently 2 qualification levels available for
Agile - ‘Foundation and Practitioner’.
Agil...
Course Contents
This five day course is designed to maximize examination success, whilst developing
participants understan...
Basics – What is negotiable?

@Crown Copyright. Reproduced under licence from Axelos
Agile Elements
• Projects aligned to clearly defined
strategic goals
• Focus on early delivery of real
benefits to the bus...
Agile Products
Pre-Project

Feasibility

Foundations

Terms of
Reference

Feasibility
Assessment

Business
Foundations

Ou...
Market
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•
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Launched July 2010
First course Sept 2010
Exams to date approx. 500
Market interest – Expected to build on...
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Agile Project Management

  1. 1. Agile Project Management
  2. 2. What is Agile • A method to determine requirements for software and for delivering projects. • Highly flexible and interactive manner. • Requires empowered individuals from the relevant business, with supplier and customer feedback. • Can be used in small-scale projects or on a wider programme framework. • The delivery time in agile is in weeks rather than months. • Follows the agile manifesto – in terms of collaboration and documentation. • Several software methods derive from Agile, including Scrum and extreme programming.
  3. 3. BAU processes ITIL® PPM Enablers Processes PPM Methods MoP® PPM Evaluators Portfolio P3O® Programmes Roles MoV® MSP® Templates M_O_R® P3M3® Projects PRINCE2 PMP PRINCE2® Agile PM Project AGILE® Management ® PMP Context EVM™
  4. 4. Target Audience The PPM community, for whom the guide is aimed at: those involved in directing, managing, supporting and delivering portfolios, programmes and projects. Those qualified in MSP®/PRINCE2®/APMP®/ITIL/PMP® Senior Management, Programme Managers, Project Managers, Change Managers and Project and Programme Office staff. Risk managers, to enable them to identify and maximise opportunities more effectively. @Crown Copyright. Reproduced under licence from Axelos
  5. 5. Benefits to an organisation • Will give delegates a practical understanding of Agile Project Management based on internationally recognised framework of DSDM Atern. • Delegates to become immediately productive as a Project Manager in an Agile project environment. • Delegates to highlight the difference between simple lightweight Agile approaches which typically operate at the solution delivery (or ‘work package’) level. • Configure the Agile project lifecycle and understanding the management, business and technical work products and deliverables. • Understand the roles and responsibilities and the project team structure. @Crown Copyright. Reproduced under licence from Axelos
  6. 6. Levels of Examination There are currently 2 qualification levels available for Agile - ‘Foundation and Practitioner’. Agile Foundation exam • 1 hour multiple choice • 60 questions, 50 % required to pass • Closed book Agile Practitioner exam • 2 hour objective testing • 4 questions with 15 marks each, 50% to pass • Manual allowed
  7. 7. Course Contents This five day course is designed to maximize examination success, whilst developing participants understanding of the method. There is an opportunity to apply the agile approach in the exercises provided. It considers the following topic areas: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Introduction to Agile Project Management Philosophy and Principles of Agile Project Management Preparation The Life-Cycle Roles & Responsibilities Products used in the Life-Cycle Facilitated workshops and MoSCoW Iterative development and Modelling Time-boxing and Evolution Requirements Estimating and Measurement Delivering Quality Planning and Control Project Management Risk Management Testing Configuration Management @Crown Copyright. Reproduced under licence from Axelos
  8. 8. Basics – What is negotiable? @Crown Copyright. Reproduced under licence from Axelos
  9. 9. Agile Elements • Projects aligned to clearly defined strategic goals • Focus on early delivery of real benefits to the business • To be successful requires – – – – – – Key stakeholder understanding of business objectives Empowerment to the appropriate level Collaboration to deliver the right solution On time delivery, according to business priorities Stakeholders willing to deliver a fit-for-purpose solution Acceptance that change is inevitable @Crown Copyright. Reproduced under licence from Axelos
  10. 10. Agile Products Pre-Project Feasibility Foundations Terms of Reference Feasibility Assessment Business Foundations Outline Plan Exploration & Engineering Deployment Benefits Assessment Prioritised Requirements List Delivery Control Pack Delivery Plan Deployment Plan Management Foundations Timebox Plan Timebox Review Record Solution Foundations @Crown Copyright. Reproduced under licence from Axelos Project Review Board Solution Assurance Pack Evolving Solution Post - Project Deployed Solution
  11. 11. Market • • • • Launched July 2010 First course Sept 2010 Exams to date approx. 500 Market interest – Expected to build on PRINCE2 and other Project Management qualifications.

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