Are you interested in a more flexible, more collaborative approach to project management? Agile Project Management (APM) is a system that doesn't rely solely on rigid control of processes, excessive attention to detail and an exclusive focus on tasks and activities.
Some of the hallmarks of APM include:
- Placing a higher priority on customer satisfaction throughout the life of the project
- Using a shorter timescale when possible
- The ability to swiftly adapt to changing requirements at any point in the project timeline
- A focus on delivering end results rather than completing tasks
- Promoting teamwork through an environment of cooperative creativity
Just one hour of your time is all it takes to discover how APM differs from traditional project management, why it's so effective, and how you can implement this revolutionary methodology within your organization.
Register today — and you can look forward to swiftly and easily putting the principles of Agile Project Management into practice!
What You'll Learn
- Introducing Agile Project Management concepts to leaders and team members: best practices, strategies and techniques for creating trust and buy-in
- Key differences between the "Waterfall" approach to project management and the Agile approach
- The SCRUM system: what it is, how it works and how you can apply it to your own project teams
- How to use APM to enhance collaboration, cooperation and creative thinking among project team members
- Why APM doesn't focus on tasks, detailed planning and activities
- APM strengths and weaknesses. Which projects will benefit most from APM? Which will function best through a more traditional approach?