Lean and Agile Project Management

Learn what Agile is, the various practices, the importance of servant leadership, and when to use the predictive and agile models.

Agile, previously seen as a project management approach used only for IT teams, has been gradually increasing its influence on projects outside the IT area and can be used in any project, especially those with many uncertainties. Companies like Google, Amazon, Spotify use the agile approach and are great examples of agility.

Today we live in a VUCA environment, volatile and with many uncertainties that directly affect the development of projects, which need to be prepared to generate the expected results and adapt quickly to constant changes.

In this course, the student will learn what Agile is, the various techniques and frameworks and how to manage projects using an agile approach.

Delivery Methods

  • Corporate Onsite
  • Live Classes

What You Will Learn

  • Know the different agile practices
  • Identify which projects can use agile approaches and which should use the predictive approach
  • Know how to use Scrum of Scrum in complex projects that involve many teams
  • Maintain stakeholder engagement
  • Understand what a servant leader is
  • Know the various techniques to analyze and lead the team
  • Understand the role of the Agile coach

Fact sheet

Estimated duration

16 hours

Target audience

Project Managers, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, members of multidisciplinary teams, people who are part of the organization's PMO and other interested parties in the matter.

Requirements

Basic knowledge of project management

Languages

Portuguese or English in face-to-face courses

Certificate and Badge

Upon completing the course, you will receive a credential issued using the Accredible platform that can be downloaded as a PDF file and also shared on your Linkedin or other social network profiles.

Example credential

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Who is this course for?

Project, Program and Portfolio Managers, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Team Members interested in agile approaches.
People involved in projects and programs, who are uncertain about the scope and may change during the course of the project.
Those who are members of the Organization’s PMO, responsible for supporting portfolios, programs and projects teams.
Organizations and teams that have an extensive and diverse portfolio, needing to use different approaches in projects.

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