Agile Project Management - Online
Please note: This is a four session course across four weeks. Please sign up for this first session and we will make sure you get links to the session each week!
Right now a project is failing. Projects fail or suffer delays every single day. The failure of projects is almost never technology. It is because of poor management of people and tasks!
Agile project management is a way of approaching a project using small and powerful teams. These teams take greater ownership of tasks, understand the bigger picture and work on a cycle of continuous improvement to accelerate towards being the best they can be.
Who is this course for?
- Anyone who manages a team and wants to improve productivity
- Anyone who wants to improve communication amongst a team
- Anyone who is sick of projects running past deadlines
- Anyone who needs greater cohesion and team focus
This four session course will enable you to become a more agile project manager with one session a week for four weeks, covering:
Cyclical Working - 1st September 10:00-12:00
Self-Defining Teams - 8th September 10:00-12:00
Open Development - 15th September 10:00-12:00
Strategic Thinking - 22nd September 10:00-12:00
Agile Project Management is a course provided by Hethel Innovation as part of the Breakthrough project. This project is for the support of SMEs in Norfolk and Suffolk. As such you may not qualify for entry as we have to abide by specific eligibility criteria. Sign up for a ticket and we will be in touch to confirm eligibility.
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"Passionate on the subject matter - brought it to life!" - Previous Agile Attendee
Delivered by Andy Narayn-Barrow from Hethel Innovation. Andy is the Deputy Innovation Manager of the Business Development Team and has worked in high demand environments for several years. From the daily pressure of working on set for TV, through to setting up and running two of his own businesses. Productivity is an obsession for Andy and the ability to improve ourselves constantly is something he has been working on for years.