Agile Project Management Course in Singapore
Agile Project Management Course in Singapore
In the field of software development, it is an iterative approach for planning and leading projects aims to build collaboration and ability to respond in market trends. Agile is a methodology that requires collaborative efforts is able to move quickly and easily that intent solution.
It developed the Agile Manifesto that builds up for the foundation of agile movement, Signer Kent Beck developed Extreme Programming and Alister became the developer of Crystal Method who gives influential on the work of agile development. Jim, Highsmith, a man who translated the agile software concepts into agile project management.
Agile Project Management includes opportunity in creating a successful project as well as leading in the right path of software development. It also includes solving problems and setting up customer feedback. Agile management explained their priority whereas to satisfy the customer through valuable software. It also pursues that business persons and developer management will work together for the betterment of both.
One of the differences of agile from the waterfall was the approach of testing and quality. It has a lot of frameworks included such as Scrum, Agile modelling, Rapid Application Development (RAD), Dynamic System Development Method (DSBM), and etc. Agile follows practices and principles including project reflects, agile methodology of integration, planning, and etc.
This Agile Project Management workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Agile Project Management.
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The ideal group size for this Agile Project Management course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Agile Project Management workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Agile Project Management course
- Creates smaller pieces of requirements which prioritized in terms of importance
- The framework promotes collaborative skills in solving concerns
- It lessens broad concerns, missed objectives and reduced risks
- It brings up execution of plan and brings into right path with flexibility
- It helps building higher quality of projects and higher customer satisfaction
- It provides transparency and productivity
- Increase focus in detection of issues and concerns
- Brings success through collaborative and project control
Below is the list of course objectives of our Agile Project Management course
- Recognizing and remembering prior ideas about the project approach
- Recitation of agile project management definition
- Understand the difference of Agile approach in another traditional project approach
- Explore the history and evolution of agile
- Analyze the principles of agile project management
- Critically examine the characteristics of agile project management
- Use knowledge in creating new in adopting agile
- Participate in the learning process and reacts in some way
- Integrate agile in software development
- Evaluate the importance and benefits of agile project management in the field of software development
- Identifying agile project management with scrum
- Achieve a higher rate of excellence using agile project approach
- Penetrate barriers and successful interchange in the market trends with the help of agile team
Below is the list of course content of our Agile Project Management programme course
- What is an agile project management cycle?
- What are the differences between agile and another project approach?
- What is the various framework of agile software development?
- How agile project management differs from traditional project approach?
- Why is agile project management necessary?
- What are the advantage and disadvantage of agile in project management?
- How agile methodology works in software development?
- Researches and case study about agile project management
- Facts about successful projects applied by agile projects
- Discussion of agile project management objectives and b benefits
- Providing an opportunity to showcase thoughts and perceptions about agile
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Agile Project Management course
Agile Project Management Learner’s Guide
Agile Project Management Key Takeaways Notes
Agile Project Management Essentials Ebook
Agile Project Management Course Handouts
Agile Project Management 30-Day Action Plan
Agile Project Management MindMaps Pack
Agile Project Management PPT Slides Used During Course
Agile Project Management Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Agile Project Management E-Learning Course
Agile Project Management Online Video Course
Agile Project Management Essentials Audiobook
Agile Project Management Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Agile Project Management training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Agile Project Management training course.
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Agile Project Management (APM) is a method for devising and managing the process of projects. In Agile Software Development, an Agile project is developed in small segments. Insights obtained from the analysis of an iteration are practiced to decide what the next move should be in a project.
Software development has changed drastically. However, it is refreshing to revisit the agile principles, understand what they imply, and to evaluate if they still matter.
- Early and Continuous Delivery of Valuable Software– Satisfy the consumer through rapid and constant delivery of worthy software
- Embrace Change – When we embrace change, the software could provide the consumer with a competitive advantage
- Frequent Delivery – It suggests delivering a different version of your software within a short time frame
- Business and Developers Together – Business people and developers have to work together every day during the project
- Motivated Individuals – Give them the environment they require, and trust them to complete the job well
- Face-to-Face Conversation – Efficient and effective method of sharing and providing information to is a face-to-face Conversation
- Working Software – A working software is a basic example of progress
- Technical Excellence – Constant attentiveness to technical worth and good design improves agility
- Simplicity – The art of maximizing the volume of work not done is imperative
- Self-Organizing Teams – The best architectures, requirements, and designs appear from self-organizing teams
- Regular Reflection and Adjustment – The team should reflect on how to improve effectiveness and efficiency, which can help tune and adjust its behavior accordingly
- They All Still Matter – All agile principles are still applicable today. This is because they are based on economic and human nature.
4 ( Four) core values of Agile:
- individuals and interactions over processes and tools
- working software over comprehensive documentation
- customer collaboration over contract negotiation
- responding to change over following a plan.
The most widely-used Agile methodologies include:
- Agile Scrum Methodology
- Lean Software Development
- Extreme Programming (XP)
- Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)
- Feature Driven Development (FDD)
Agile SDLC model is a mixture of iterative and incremental methods with a center on means of flexibility and customer satisfaction by speedy delivery. Agile Methods separate the goods into small incremental builds. These builds are provided in iterations.
Several areas need to be approached if an agile project is to deliver the anticipated results within the budget available. A decision needs to be made at the beginning of a project as to whether agile is the proper way to deliver it. 3 (Three) key factors agile projects require:
- Constant focus on business value
- The appropriate level of quality
Many say Agile is useful for all projects, but this is based on a wrong understanding of Agility. Agile is not helpful in every project. There are two basic requirements in a lifecycle.
Delivering incrementally: You should produce “usable” subsets of the goods, taking it step by step, as opposed to delivering it once at the end of the project.
Developing iteratively: in order to deliver incrementally, you are required to develop iteratively. This means you should repeat the development processes.
When you’re executing a construction project, you can work inside timeboxes. However, these timeboxes are not iterations, and the completed deliverables are not increments, for the reasons explained before. You’re not using an adaptive lifecycle, and therefore, you’re not Agile.
It can be implemented in all types of projects, but its essence can only be extracted if we use it on bigger and complex projects. We can use agile when we can actually implement it for the success of the project, or the nature of the project requires it. Agile should not be used just as a run away from waterfall.
We can use agile where the collaboration is highly important for the success of the project, where we have long term goals and no bound on the requirements, and agile can be well utilized where we have great power of either utilizing time as much as we want or resource as much as we want.
Agile model advantage:
- Resource requirements are minimum.
- Suitable for fixed or changing requirements
- Delivers early partial working solutions.
- Good model for environments that change steadily.
- Minimal rules, documentation easily employed.
- Easy to manage.
- Gives flexibility to developers.
Agile model disadvantage:
- Not suitable for handling complex projects.
- High risk of sustainability
- An overall plan, an agile manager and agile PM practice, is a must without which it will not work.
- Stern delivery command dictates the scope, functionality to be presented, and agreements to meet the deadlines.
- It depends heavily on consumer communication, if customer is not transparent, team can be moving in the wrong direction.
Agile software development lifecycle covers the concept, inception, construction, release, production, and retirement phases.
All project, from a new venture to property construction, is brought out in phases. The number of stages in a project will vary according to the project’s type. 4 (Four) phases of project management:
- Monitoring & Control
- Project closing
It’s called the ‘Six Principles of Service Excellence,’ and it for any plan or initiative you are trying to implement effectively.
- Principle 1: Vision and Mission
- Principle 2: Business Objectives
- Principle 3: Standards of Engagement
- Principle 4: Intervention and Execution Strategy
- Principle 5: Organisational Alignment
- Principle 6: Measurement and Accountability
These factors link to the others, and together, they make the frame that is your project. Coming to an understanding of what these factors mean in a project and how they work will improve you to be a more capable PM, despite your industry or niche.
Factors of Project Management: