Agile Project Management

INNOVATIVE PROJECTS REQUIRE AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT METHODS

Agile project management pursues the goal of increasing agility (Lat. agilis) in order to respond more quickly to customer requirements, while at the same time increasing the engagement and efficiency of its own employees.

Indeed for innovation purposes, it’s about "open-ended" projects, which cannot be planned using traditional project management methods because the nature and scope of the tasks are not clear at the start of the project.

Whether Scrum, Kanban or Lean, agile methods are increasingly mentioned when it comes to project management. But what actually are these methods and why should they provide better results than already established approaches?

This training workshop deals with this and many other questions from the field of agile project management and provides directly applicable tools to make project day more flexible, leaner and more successful.

Leadership, AgileShift Yard