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Surviving in today’s dynamic business world requires organizations to be able to respond quickly and effectively to changing business and project conditions. Project managers have to master new approaches to project planning and team management. In this course, students learn the theories and methods behind agile or adaptive project life cycles and agile tools, techniques, and skills.
The course introduces the principles and best practices of the Scrum agile product development framework. Class discussions cover how agile methods for determining requirements, estimating, and enabling self-managing teams to build products can help to better control today’s high-demand, ever- changing project environments.
Students learn how to embrace change even when it is introduced late in a project life cycle and how to apply agile techniques for managing change and risk in a project. The content and subject matter presented in this class are aligned with A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Sixth Edition and other appropriate PMI® global standards.
Project management provides visibility of project health to the business and the customer. Through continuous monitoring, early detection of variations to plan, schedule, and budget can be communicated to stakeholder for quick resolution. You will have the skills, tools and templates to confidently develop and maintain a project. .
At the end of the training, participants will have the confidence and understanding to implement Agile Project Management with scrum in their organization and support teams in improving their processes.

Learning Objective

 Describe the characteristics of a project and appreciate why projects need to be managed

 Describe the benefits of using a project management methodology  Demonstrate their understanding of the key elements of project management

 Assess their own projects in respect to what they have learnt

 Recognise the importance of having project documentation

 Determine those people or organisations that will be important to the project and consider how best to communicate with them

 Define the basic steps involved in planning a project

 Identify risks, issues and changes within a project and how best to manage them

 Determine the applicability of project management to their own work

 Get a comprehensive introduction to Agile and Scrum methodology

 Understand the advantages of Agile over traditional methods, and how adopting Agile approaches can increase business value

 Get to know the core practices and philosophies behind this way of working

 Learn about Roles and Artifacts, and the Process flow

 Through our lab exercises, get a grasp of how Agile and Scrum principles actually work

Course Content
• Relating the project to business needs.

• Defining a project

• Plan, monitor and control Project in order to improve the chances of success.

• Review and complete Project in a controlled manner.

• Measure the success of a project and apply lessons learned.

• Goals, Objective and scope

• Monitoring and control of change, quality, cost and progress.

• Identify and avoid the major pitfalls of project management

• Initiate and plan a project

• Develop a project management structure

• Implement and monitor a project’s lifecycle

• Review and close a project

• Measure the success of Project and apply lessons learned / Overview of agile methods and definition of scrum.

Foundational Support

 Process Dynamics, Modeling, and Control

 Empirical Process Control

 Visibility

 Inspection

 Adaptation

 Project Management Review

 Agile Principles

 Project Scope Management
Scrum Process Flow

 Short-cycles

 Iterations

 Increments

 Class Exercise – Part I
Scrum Roles

 Product Owner

 Team

 Scrum Master
Scrum Artifacts

 Product Backlog

 Sprint Backlog

 Increment of Product Functionality

 Class Exercise – Part II Scrum Definitions Scrum at Work

 Case Study – Actual Application of Scrum Scrum in Non-Software projects

Training Methodology

The Certificate Training Course will be conducted in a highly effective manner and will comprise of the following training methods:
 Presentations

 Examples

 Group Discussions

 Assignments

 Activities

 Whiteboard interaction

 Case Studies & Functional Exercises
The program structure is a detailed and interactive session, following a two-way communication, we work with the participant to ensure they are able to get a practical experience of how to interact with the customer.

Who should attend?

This training and certification is ideal for:
 Project Managers

 Team Leads

 Directors

 Supervisors

 Developers

 Managers-Software development

 Architects-Software development

 Product Managers

 Software developers

 Software coders

 Software testers

 Team Leads or Team Members who are interested in learning more about Scrum and leading Agile projects.

Course Fee

 N200,000 FOR PAYMENT: Pay to OAK INTERLINK COMPANY, 0036272946, Diamond (Access) Bank.

Course Venue

 KRISTINA JADE LEARNING CENTER – 70B, Olorunlogbon Street, Anthony Village. Lagos.

Course Time & Date

 9 am – 4 pm Daily /(3 Days) 2nd to 4th of December, 2020

Fee covers;

 Course Facilitation

 Training and training evaluation reports

 Relevant literature extracts/books (soft copies)

 Certificate

Information Hotline

 Call 09091020048, 09091020049 or email register@oakinterlink.com

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  • Start Time
    January 4, 2021 @ 8:00 am
  • End Time
    January 4, 2021 @ 5:00 pm
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  • Organizer
    Oak Interlink Company Limited
  • Location
    No 70B Olorunlogbon Street, Idi-Iroko, Anthony Village
    Lagos, Nigeria
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