Sat 30

Train the online trainers

May 29 @ 09:00 - June 6 @ 11:30
Jun 15

PMP Exam Prep

June 15 @ 17:00 - June 25 @ 21:00
Jun 16

Management de proiect Fundamente- Virtual Classroom

June 16 @ 09:00 - July 2 @ 12:30
Jun 24

Agile Foundation

June 24 @ 10:30 - 13:30
Jun 30

Elicitarea cerințelor și Evaluarea Soluției

June 30 @ 16:00 - July 30 @ 19:00

In this course, you will learn to improve your professional skills-a key ingredient to Agile success.
Today’s teams require vastly different leadership and management skills from Project Managers to truly achieve success. You can’t simply tell everyone what to do. Instead, you need to be a strong coach, a change agent, and a very effective communicator. Agile is no longer a grassroots movement to change software development. PMI® is embracing Agile, recognizing the significant positive impact it has had on delivering better results for customers.
This class is a stimulating combination of class interaction, active learning exercises, and group collaboration. Each is designed to allow you to learn through practice so you can readily apply what you have learned in your own workplace right away. Every instructor has been in the trenches as a project manager with Agile teams and will bring that experience to class.

PMI is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

  • Project managers;
  • Analysts;
  • Developers;
  • Programmers;
  • Testers;
  • IT managers;
  • IT directors;
  • Software engineers;
  • Software architects;
  • Software managers;
  • Testing managers and leaders.

1 The Agile Life Cycle

Why Agile?

Project Problems

Agile Answers

The Agile Project Life Cycle

Key Agile Features

Agile Roles Worksheet

Agile Roles Worksheet Example

 

2 Agile Concepts

About Agility

The Agile Manifesto

The 12 Agile Principles

Key Agile Concepts

Agile Concepts vs. Our Methodology Worksheet

 

3 Initiating an Agile Project: Envisioning

Envision the Agile Project Scope and Constraints

Project Vision Template

Envision the Project Team

The Agile Project Team

Team Formation

 

4 Initiating an Agile Project: Documenting High-Level Requirements

Identify the System Users

Personalize the System Users

Create the Product Vision Statement

Create the Product Backlog: Write User Stories

INVEST in Good Stories

Thin-Slicing Stories

Epic

 

5 Initiating an Agile Project: Estimating Effort

Make Rough Effort Estimates

Story Points

Ideal Days

Play Planning Poker

 

6 Initiating an Agile Project: Prioritizing Requirements

Prioritize Stories

Business Value

Technical Risk

Minimum Feature Set

Story Dependencies

 

7 Initiating an Agile Project: Creating an Overall Project Plan

Establish Project Timeboxes

Project Timebox

Iteration Timebox

Estimate Project Velocity

Estimating Velocity: Story Points

Estimating Velocity: Ideal Days

Plan Iterations and Releases

Plan Iterations and Releases (cont.)

Iteration Zero

Embrace the Overall Project Plan

 

8 Planning an Iteration

Elaborate Iteration Requirements

Iteration Goal

Iteration Stories

More Requirements Detail

Use Case Description Worksheet

Identify Iteration Tasks

Estimate Iteration Tasks

Finalize the Iteration Plan

 

9 Building a Product Increment

Coach the Agile Team

The Agile Project Life Cycle

Self-Directed Teams

Coach the Agile Team (cont.)

Agile Coaching

Agile Coaching Scenarios Introduction

Immerse the Team in Status

Daily Stand-up Meetings

Information Radiators

Communicate with Others

 

10 Holding an Iteration Review

Hold an Iteration Review

The Iteration Review Meeting

Meeting Agenda

Worksheet Agenda

Obtain Product Acceptance

Hold an Iteration Retrospective

 

11 Adapting to Changes

Update the Product Backlog and High-Level Plan

The Agile Project Life Cycle

The Nature of Change

Adapting the High-Level Plan

Continue with the Next Iteration

 

Student Case Study 1

Student Case Study: Texas-T

Company Description

The Problem

Assignment

 

Instructor Case Study 1

Topics

Instructor Case Study: Glow-Bell Knoll Edge

Company Description

The Problem

Assignment

 

Appendix A: Bonus Exercises

 

Appendix B: Section Review Answers

 

Appendix C: Glossary

 

Appendix D: References

Descarca prezentare curs
  • 3 days
  • Microsoft Project;
  • Managementul riscului;
  • Comunicarea, managementul si leadershipul in proiecte;
  • Abilităţi de Management si Leadership.
Description

In this course, you will learn to improve your professional skills-a key ingredient to Agile success.
Today’s teams require vastly different leadership and management skills from Project Managers to truly achieve success. You can’t simply tell everyone what to do. Instead, you need to be a strong coach, a change agent, and a very effective communicator. Agile is no longer a grassroots movement to change software development. PMI® is embracing Agile, recognizing the significant positive impact it has had on delivering better results for customers.
This class is a stimulating combination of class interaction, active learning exercises, and group collaboration. Each is designed to allow you to learn through practice so you can readily apply what you have learned in your own workplace right away. Every instructor has been in the trenches as a project manager with Agile teams and will bring that experience to class.

PMI is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Target Audience
  • Project managers;
  • Analysts;
  • Developers;
  • Programmers;
  • Testers;
  • IT managers;
  • IT directors;
  • Software engineers;
  • Software architects;
  • Software managers;
  • Testing managers and leaders.
Objectives
Content

1 The Agile Life Cycle

Why Agile?

Project Problems

Agile Answers

The Agile Project Life Cycle

Key Agile Features

Agile Roles Worksheet

Agile Roles Worksheet Example

 

2 Agile Concepts

About Agility

The Agile Manifesto

The 12 Agile Principles

Key Agile Concepts

Agile Concepts vs. Our Methodology Worksheet

 

3 Initiating an Agile Project: Envisioning

Envision the Agile Project Scope and Constraints

Project Vision Template

Envision the Project Team

The Agile Project Team

Team Formation

 

4 Initiating an Agile Project: Documenting High-Level Requirements

Identify the System Users

Personalize the System Users

Create the Product Vision Statement

Create the Product Backlog: Write User Stories

INVEST in Good Stories

Thin-Slicing Stories

Epic

 

5 Initiating an Agile Project: Estimating Effort

Make Rough Effort Estimates

Story Points

Ideal Days

Play Planning Poker

 

6 Initiating an Agile Project: Prioritizing Requirements

Prioritize Stories

Business Value

Technical Risk

Minimum Feature Set

Story Dependencies

 

7 Initiating an Agile Project: Creating an Overall Project Plan

Establish Project Timeboxes

Project Timebox

Iteration Timebox

Estimate Project Velocity

Estimating Velocity: Story Points

Estimating Velocity: Ideal Days

Plan Iterations and Releases

Plan Iterations and Releases (cont.)

Iteration Zero

Embrace the Overall Project Plan

 

8 Planning an Iteration

Elaborate Iteration Requirements

Iteration Goal

Iteration Stories

More Requirements Detail

Use Case Description Worksheet

Identify Iteration Tasks

Estimate Iteration Tasks

Finalize the Iteration Plan

 

9 Building a Product Increment

Coach the Agile Team

The Agile Project Life Cycle

Self-Directed Teams

Coach the Agile Team (cont.)

Agile Coaching

Agile Coaching Scenarios Introduction

Immerse the Team in Status

Daily Stand-up Meetings

Information Radiators

Communicate with Others

 

10 Holding an Iteration Review

Hold an Iteration Review

The Iteration Review Meeting

Meeting Agenda

Worksheet Agenda

Obtain Product Acceptance

Hold an Iteration Retrospective

 

11 Adapting to Changes

Update the Product Backlog and High-Level Plan

The Agile Project Life Cycle

The Nature of Change

Adapting the High-Level Plan

Continue with the Next Iteration

 

Student Case Study 1

Student Case Study: Texas-T

Company Description

The Problem

Assignment

 

Instructor Case Study 1

Topics

Instructor Case Study: Glow-Bell Knoll Edge

Company Description

The Problem

Assignment

 

Appendix A: Bonus Exercises

 

Appendix B: Section Review Answers

 

Appendix C: Glossary

 

Appendix D: References

Descarca prezentare curs
Duration
  • 3 days
Follow on
  • Microsoft Project;
  • Managementul riscului;
  • Comunicarea, managementul si leadershipul in proiecte;
  • Abilităţi de Management si Leadership.

Alexandru Gheorghiță

Agency Manager Gefco

Curs bine pus la punct care ne-a scos la suprafață anumite temeri și ne-a ajutat să trecem peste ele.

Cristian Prisacariu

PMO Gefco

Un curs de două zile pe care l-am simțit ca și un pitch de 5 – 8 minute de T&D. O experiență plină de învățăminte pusă într-un cadru relaxat, academic, umor. Atmosfera a fost una extraordinară.

Adrian Zaharia

Manager Depozit Gefco

Stick to the point! Brilliant!

Cere detalii curs

Pentru că mulți am fost surprinși de noua situație, un ghid cu recomandări privind comunicarea online poate fi de ajutor. Avem nevoie de coordonatele tale ca să ți-l trimitem.
Pentru că mulți am fost surprinși de noua situație, un ghid cu recomandări privind comunicarea online poate fi de ajutor. Avem nevoie de coordonatele tale ca să ți-l trimitem.
Pentru că te interesează certificarea PMP, îți putem trimite un test cu 30 de întrebări care să te ajute să îți faci o idee despre tipul de examen, conceptele abordate și microlimbajul specific.
Pentru că te interesează certificarea PMP, îți putem trimite un test cu 30 de întrebări care să te ajute să îți faci o idee despre tipul de examen, conceptele abordate și microlimbajul specific.
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