12 October 2020 (facilitated online)
This course gives an overview of the agile project management, providing a basis for adopting agile methodology and agile and scrum tools. Content covered include introduction to the agile framework and how to engage stakeholders to support application of agile processes to projects. The course is delivered using practical examples to build participants' confidence in implementing agile project management principles and methodology.
- An introduction to agile approaches – Waterfall vs Agile
- Outline how agile differs from traditional project management
- Benefits and limitations of an agile approach
- Roles and responsibilities in Agile project management
- Introduction to lean principles and tools
- The different approaches of agile and how these can be adapted to the needs of your organisation
- Stakeholder engagement
- Change management
- Using scrums, sprints and stand ups
- The role of the project manager and agile teams
NSW Public Sector Framework Capabilities
This course is targeted at Intermediate to Adept level. The following behaviours from the framework are covered:
Business Enablers: Project Management
- Plan and deliver tasks with agreed schedules.
- Check progress against schedules and seek help to overcome barriers.
- Participate in planning and provide feedback about improvements to schedule/s.
- Perform basic research and analysis which others will use to inform project directions.
- Understand project goals, steps to be undertaken and expected outcomes.
- Prepare accurate documentation to support cost or resource estimates.
- Participate and contribute to reviews of progress, outcomes and future improvements.
- Identify and escalate any possible variance from project plans.
Enquiries: For more information on our learning programs, please contact the IPAA NSW Learning Team on 02 8066 1900 or email [email protected].