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Agile PM 101 - Learn the Truth About Agile versus Waterfall

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Publisher : Agile Project Management Academy - Chuck Cobb

Course Length : 1 hour

Course Language : English

Description

Important:
This course is part of an integrated, university-level curriculum of seven courses (See details below).  This course is the first course in that series.

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  • This course updated in December 2018

Earn PDU's: Students who complete this course are eligible to receive 0.75 PDU's in PMI continuing education credits.  Instructions for claiming PDU's are provided with the last lesson in the course.

Qualify for PMI-ACP Certification:  Completion of all seven courses in this series will meet the requirement for 21 hours of training to qualify for PMI-ACP certification.

Course Summary:

Learn to see Agile and traditional plan-driven project management principles and practices in a fresh new perspective as complementary to each other rather than competitive in order to get the best of these two worlds!

Many businesses and project managers are faced with a choice of choosing a traditional plan-driven approach (or what is sometimes called “Waterfall") or a more Agile approach for critical projects which can be a very important decision with significant business impact but there are many stereotypes and misconceptions that exist about both “Agile" and “Waterfall" that can be very confusing and misleading.  Many people see this as a binary and mutually-exclusive choice between two extremes and attempt to force-fit projects to one of these two approaches when the right solution is to go in the other direction and fit the approach to the project.

Since this is such a critical decision that has such a big impact, it's very important to get past these stereotypes and misconceptions, develop a clear objective understanding of what it means (or doesn't mean) when people talk about "Agile versus Waterfall".

Special Note:

This course is part of an overall curriculum that is designed around helping students develop the skills required for a high-impact Agile Project Management role.  Most students will want to take the complete curriculum rather than individual courses.  The complete curriculum should be taken in the following order:

  1. Agile PM 101 - Learn the Truth About Agile versus Waterfall

  2. Agile PM 102 - What's the Future of Agile Project Management?

  3. Agile PM 201 - Understanding Agile at a Deeper Level

  4. Agile PM 202 - Introduction to Agile Project Management

  5. Agile PM 301 - Mastering Agile Project Management

  6. Agile PM 401 - Advanced Agile Project Management

  7. Agile PM 402 - Enterprise-level Agile Project Management

Students who complete the entire curriculum of all seven courses shown above will receive a signed certificate of completion from the Agile Project Management Academy.  The complete set of seven courses will also meet the 21 hours of training required for PMI-ACP certification.

In addition, there are two optional courses that are designed to supplement the above curriculum:

  • How to Prepare for PMI-ACP Certification is intended for students who are interested in using this curriculum to prepare for PMI-ACP certification

  • Agile Project Management for Executives is designed to help business managers understand how to implement an Agile Project Management approach that is well-aligned with their business


Who this course is for:
  • Executives and Business Managers who want to better understand the tradeoffs associated with selecting a project management approach for their business
  • Project Managers who want to develop a more adaptive approach to project management that embraces both Agile and traditional plan-driven project management principles and practices
  • Anyone who works with an Agile approach and wants to better understand how to better integrate project management practices into the approach