Transition to AgileProfessional Development
Creating an agile environment in an organisation begins with the people and process. This one day workshop developed by Erika Barden (inaugural member on the Master of Advanced Leadership Practice (MALP) programme at Massey University, New Zealand) will lay the foundations for a strong agile environment.
If you’re looking advance your career or maybe help ensure your organisation’s success with agile adoption, this course is a must!
The course material is based on the latest research and years of experience in Agile.
71% of organizations use agile approaches
Source: PMI. (2017). Pulse of the Profession 2017 – Success Rates Rise. Transforming the high cost of low performance (9th ed.). Project Management Institute, Inc.
Attendees explore the differences between Traditional and Agile delivery, Agile methods are explained, and techniques to transition towards Agile are discussed.
Addressing the ‘real world’ tensions of such a transition, practical recommendations are provided to ensure delegates are equipped with the essential information to be successful in an Agile environment.
- 8 hours of interactive training
- Downloadable course material
- Student workbook
- Attendance certificate
Details about the training
- Delivery leads
- PMO teams
- Project coordinators
- Project managers
- Project team members
Duration: 1 day workshop
Public exam preparation courses available around New Zealand:
Corporate training available anywhere in New Zealand and the rest of Asia Pacific.
Minimum numbers apply.
Standard course fee: $759 + GST
Fees quoted in New Zealand dollar (NZ $). Contact us for corporate rates.
- Introduction to Agile
- Traditional versus Agile project management
- Key skills and competencies in an Agile environment
- The Agile mindset and behaviours
- Agile teams
- Real world challenges
- Recommendations to transition Agile into your workplace
For an offline registration: Falcon Training – Public Course Registration Form. For group registrations, please contact us directly.