Fundamentals of Agile

Event Description:

Unlock the power of Agile project management in this essential introduction to its fundamentals. Discover the origins of Agile, explore why it works, and learn how it differs from traditional project management approaches.

In this lesson, you’ll gain a solid understanding of the Agile project process, its core principles, and the roles within an Agile team. As you compare Agile to traditional waterfall methodologies, you’ll recognize the importance of adaptability in today’s dynamic business environment.

Many organizations employ both Agile and traditional project management, and a skilled project manager must navigate between the two seamlessly. By the end of this session, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and confidence to embrace Agile principles and apply them effectively in your projects.

Whether you’re new to project management or looking to expand your skill set, this course provides a comprehensive introduction to Agile. Enhance your project management abilities and stay ahead in an ever-evolving industry.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define Agile development
  • Describe the principles and origins of Agile, based on the value statements in the Agile Manifesto
  • Understand the process of an Agile project
  • How and where to consider for Agile projects?
  • Delineate between the various Agile team roles

PMI PDUs: 0.75 Ways of Working, 0.25 Power Skills, 0 Business Acumen

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Written by Fletcher Hearns
Fletcher Hearns is the Director of Technology Solutions with Edwards Performance Solutions (www.EdwPS.com). He is responsible for the implementation, of Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solutions for Edwards’ clients, as well as overseeing as well as overseeing the custom application development performed at Edwards around enterprise solutions and Microsoft Project (Desktop & Server) and SharePoint. Fletcher is also one of the leading trainers at Edwards in various aspects of Project Management and the use of project management tools.
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