Benefits of Agile Project Management (AgilePM)

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Publised On:Oct 12, 2020

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Benefits of Agile Project Management (AgilePM) for individuals:

  • Deliver quicker, cost-effective and low risk change by implementing a tried and tested approach to agile project management.
  • Understand the background of agile in project management and the differences compared to traditional / alternative approaches.
  • Equip yourself with the core principles, concepts and processes required for successful agile projects.
  • Learn how to apply the DSDM approach to projects.
  • Boost communication and stakeholder engagement skills; critical for successful projects.
  • Clarify different management styles needed for successful agile projects compared to traditional projects and be able to tailor these to the situation.
  • Embrace an evolutionary development approach for more effective solutions.
  • Help organizations deliver effectively, at a lower cost and with lower risk, by continually validating project milestones against business objectives.
  • Implement an Agile methodology into your daily activities.
  • Become an informed member of a project team using DSDM and AgilePM practices.
  • Enhance your CV and boost future employment prospects.
  • Successful candidates get a year’s free membership to the Agile Business Consortium.

Benefits of Agile Project Management (AgilePM) for organisations:

  • Deliver change faster and more effectively by adopting a tried & tested approach to agile project management; underlying framework established and regularly refined for over 20 years.
  • Offers a structured and scalable corporate Agile framework based on proven practice.
  • Achieves an ideal balance between the standards, rigour and visibility required for good project management, and the fast-pace, change and empowerment provided by Agile.
  • Covers the full project lifecycle, from initiation & foundations through to project close.
  • Ensures clear roles & responsibilities are allocated to each person in a project, representing all key stakeholder groups.
  • Built-in quality, governance and risk management controls to ensure ongoing viability of the project at various stages throughout the lifecycle.
  • Incorporates and encourages a range of popular agile practices to support effective product and solution development.
  • Incorporates a specific process for change management to ensure support for end users and other project stakeholders.
  • Forster improved collaboration and communications between project teams and other stakeholders.
  • Complements and works with existing corporate processes such as PRINCE2®, quality and audit processes.

Credit: APMG International