Thursday, June 30, 2011

Agile Project Management (CSM / PMI Agile)

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This 3-day intensive workshop provides instructions on the key areas necessary to take on the role of leading or participating in teams utilizing Scrum and Agile. The session will cover the Scrum framework as defined by Scrum Alliance and include a review the material defined by the Project Management Institute’s PMI Agile Certification Examination Content Outline. The material will be presented through lecture, group discussion of case studies, and group exercises. Successful completion of this workshop will satisfy the requirements necessary to apply for Scrum Master Certification as well as the provide attendees with the Agile training hours required for the PMI Agile Certification Exam.

The course will be faciliated by Dave Prior, CST, PMP and Thushara Wijewardena, CSM, PMP

Participants who successfully complete this course will:

  • Understand the dynamics of the Scrum framework and how to make use of the practices necessary to realize the benefits of an Agile approach
  • Understand how to begin developing a plan to implement Scrum in their current work environment
  • Understand the differences between Agile and a traditional “waterfall” approach to leading projects
  • Understand the basic differences that are necessary in leadership style when managing projects using Scrum as opposed to a traditional approach
  • Understand the structure PMI has defined for their Agile Certification Exam
  • Understand key Tools and Techniques defined by PMI for their Agile Certification Exam
  • Understand the Knowledge and Skills defined by PMI for their Agile Certification Exam
  • Understand the Domains and Tasks defined by PMI for their Agile Certification Exam
  • Meet the requirements for Certified Scrum Master
  • Meet the training requirements for PMI Agile Certification

Thursday, June 02, 2011

Lecture in Stockholm

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