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Whether in government or private industry, project managers face a huge challenge when confronted with continually-changing requirements. How can you plan when the things keep changing? Traditional project management approaches suggest that we take a snapshot of the requirements as a baseline, and then use change control in an attempt to minimize the impact of any shifting requirements. Sometimes, however, these changes are a reality that the project sponsor has to accommodate. The new Agile Project Management methods help deal with these situations.

Participants in this two-day workshop will learn the techniques of Agile Project Management through simulations and examples from real-world projects that used these methods to control changing requirements.

Learning Objectives

To provide experienced project managers with advanced understanding of the principles and techniques of agile project management, so that they will be able to identify situations where agile techniques may add value and begin to apply the techniques to reduce overall project risk on high-change projects.

Who Should Attend

This course introduces some advanced variations on basic project management practices. While anyone can attend, project managers with some experience managing IT projects or new product development projects will find the material more applicable to their day-to-day work.


Participants should already have some familiarity with project management concepts and terminology.


Students of this course receive a course workbook including printouts of all course presentation materials and a copy of the Agile Glossary.

What You Will Learn

What is Agile and What's In lt for Me?

  • The Evolution of Systems Development Lifecycles (SDLCs)
  • Iterative and Incremental Development
  • The Agile Philosophy
  • Which Projects Are Suited to Agile Methods?


Common Agile Methods

  • An Overview of the Scrum Method


Agile Estimating and Planning

  • Agile Requirements Management
  • Agile Scope Change Management
  • Rolling-Wave Planning & The 3-Levels of Agile Planning
  • Agile Estimating Approaches
  • Agile Fast Tracking


Metrics and Status Reporting

  • Project Schedule and Financial Status Tracking & Forecasting
  • Iteration Schedule and Financial Status Tracking & Forecasting


How to Determine if a Team is Agile

course info

Course ID: 7100B
Course Level: Beginner
Duration: 2-Days

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PMI Talent TriangleThe following table provides the breakdown of the professional development units (PDUs) for the 2-day version of this course aligned with the PMI Talent TriangleTM.

  Tech. Ldrshp. Strat. & Bus.
PMP 13 0.5 0.5
PgMP 13 0.5 0.5
PfMP 0 0.5 0.5
PMI-ACP 13 0.5 0.5
PMI-SP 7 0.5 0.5
PMI-RMP 2 0.5 0.5
PMI-PBA 3 0.5 0.5

The three columns in the above table are Technical Project Management, Leadership, and Strategic & Business Management.

Other Credits

Other professional (re)certification credits are available, including:

  • Certified Business Analyst Professionals (CBAPs) earn 14CDUs (Category 2B)
  • Scrum Alliance Certifications earn 14 SEUs (Category C1)
  • Certified Software Quality Engineers (CSQEs) earn 2 RU
  • CIPS Information Systems Professionals (ISPs) earn 14 Learning Credits
  • CIPS Information Technology Certified Professional (ITCPs) earn 14 Learning Credits

Very good overview of agile work planning and execution.

Anna Hantzis: Supervisor, Facility Information and Asset Management

Nonpareil !!!

Paul Raddick:

Best workshop I've ever taken at PM World.

Gary Chiu:

If you don't know what agile PM is, this is a great intro.

Gabriel Wong: Manager, Capital Delivery & Engineering, York Region

Great course.  Yes, I'll definitely recommend it to others.

Astrid Correa: Manager, Business Systems, Weston Foods

Good course to get an understanding of Agile.

Bill Warner: Supervisor/Realty Services, York Region

Excellent foundational agile course.

Kirk McKay: PM, Consilium CCS