Agile teams are self-organizing, right? What do we need project managers for? While some organizations using Agile development do not use the title of “Project Manager” and put a strong emphasis on self-organizing teams, it is nonetheless beneficial for one or more people on the team to have skills in helping the team work more cohesively, communicate more effectively with their stakeholders and support the team with an appropriate level and combination of leadership and guidance, coordination and facilitation.
Whether you call the role Scrum Master, Iteration Manager or Project Manager, this role is as important in agile environments as more traditional ones! Agile project management is a skill that needs to be developed and learned, which is why Seilevel is offering an opportunity to expand those skills.
This 2 day curriculum teaches project management techniques and tools to develop and grow project managers that are effective in the agile space. The content focuses on encouraging and promoting self-organizing teams and keeping the team focused on continuous improvement while delivering working software into the customer’s hands.
The project management training is outlined below and includes what you will be learning, some minor pre-requisites, project management teaching topics, and what’s included!
If you would like to learn more about the basics of agile practices, we have a ½ day Agile Fundamentals Course Outline (or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more