What if someone told you that you could reduce your time to market by up to 30%, reduce costs by up to 30% and reduce product defects up to 65%? Bigger still… what if your competitors do it and you don't?
While not a silver bullet, utilising Agile project management methods can lead to those realities! This is the reason why 69% of companies are adopting an Agile approach in some form. To assist managers and practitioners in their quest to incorporate Agile into their projects— and reap the benefits—TwentyEighty Strategy Execution has released a new curriculum focused on building practical Agile skills and competencies.
TwentyEighty Strategy Execution’s curriculum of six comprehensive courses form the foundation for the Associate’s and Master’s certificates from The George Washington University and TwentyEighty Strategy Execution International. The curriculum is incredibly comprehensive covering the entire life cycle, from Agile portfolio management to delivering projects with Scrum.
Agile Overview for Executives and Leaders
Provides an overview of the main concepts associated with Agile, Lean and Scrum in the leadership capacity and delivers a strategic view of how to convert your organisation to high performance. This course is for executives and leaders; it speaks to your functions and responsibilities, specifically related to Agile implementation.
Agile Projects: Keys to Getting Started
Learn to assess key factors in
organisational, team and customer readiness in defining projects ready
for an agile environment.
Delivering Agile Projects with Scrum
Learn to implement Agile and Scrum into your projects. The course covers each step of the Agile project life cycle and offers examples, best practices, tips and tricks taken from successful implementations of Agile and Scrum in Fortune 500 companies.
Developing Agile Requirements
Focuses on the process of requirements gathering in an Agile environment. Provides tools and techniques to record, collect and organise information.
Estimating and Planning Agile Projects
Provides a complete and in-depth understanding of Agile planning and estimating, including understanding what constitutes just enough, sizing and designing, and planning.
Agile Practices for Product Owners
Addresses who the product owner is, how to be effective, what the role entails and the expectations that are associated with the role. Participants will learn what user stories are and how to write them.
Project Portfolio Management Using Agile
Learn how to apply Agile, Lean and Kanban to portfolio planning and management. This course includes methods for planning, prioritising, sizing and managing a portfolio.