Agile Project Management

Venue: Residenza di Ripetta

Location: Rome, Italy

Event Date/Time: Jun 02, 2011 End Date/Time: Jun 04, 2011
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Though the basic principles of “Agile” software development were first published as a “manifesto” nearly a decade ago, and though some IT Professionals argue they have been “Agile” for much longer than that, it has only been during the past year or two that it has begun to reach “mainstream” status in the IT industry. At the same time, more IT organizations are beginning to realize that “Agile” is more than just a simple philosophy to “be flexible.”

Indeed, there are detailed, specific guidelines as well as case studies and references that can be used to dramatically increase the chances of success in an Agile Project. Having managed, guided, coached, and lectured about Agile Project Management since its early days, Ed Yourdon has collected these guidelines and experiences into an intense, detailed seminar that will help seminar delegates succeed with their own Agile Projects.

Main Topics
Why Agile is becoming mainstream
An overview of the Agile process
The difference between Agile processes and Agile Management
Key elements of Agile Management
Managing people in Agile Projects
Managing teams in Agile Projects
Planning, Estimating and scheduling Agile Projects
Monitoring and controlling progress in Agile Projects
Dealing with change and improvement
Variants and dialects of Agile
Confronting the myths of Agile
Tools for Agile


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