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Best Practices in Project Management Agile

Master the fundamentals of Agile Project Management

Niveau : Introduction Code : BPMA03EN
Durée : 3 days Pré-requis :
Solution de formation : Formation Profil des  
participants :
PDU’s : 24
Langue de la formation : Français, Anglais
Support de la formation : Français

Course Overview

For projects where requirements are constantly changing, you often need a more proactive approach to project management. This training presents the best Agile practices. The process of agile project management encourages frequent inspection and adaptation, teamwork, accountability, self-organization, best practices which allow high quality and fast delivery, and a business approach which is aligned with the development of customer needs and company goals. Moreover, this training connects Agile Project Management with the traditional one.

This training will be divided into three parts.

  • Part 1 "Before the first Sprint" : This section presents key definitions (Vision, Governance, Role of initilisation Backlog) for a practical approach structured by Agile principles and values.
  • Part 2 : "During the Sprint" : In this section, you will need to use tools and management techniques and experiment with different roles during several simulations.
  • Part 3 "After the last Sprint : Late release" : Finally, you will extend your knowledge of Agile. The concepts of "finished", "acceptance test" of "estimates" and "communication" will be deepened.

This workshop is intended for Agile Project Managers, Program Managers, or anyone who wants to effectively manage projects which frequently experience changes regarding to the user’s needs.

Learning Objectives

  • Acquisition of skills and techniques as well as fundamental specific concepts of Agile Scrum.
  • Know and apply Agile values and principles to project management.
  • Enhance team’s effectiveness through Agile Team’s coaching.
  • Blended training : Integrating specific use between Agile-Scrum and traditional (Waterfall).
  • Develop a strong relational dimension of leadership in Agile Scrum teams.
  • Align the project to the vision of the company : governance & management program.
  • Milestones mastering of AgileScrum project management AgileScrum.

Course Outline

Before the first sprint

Basics concepts

  • Definition of Agile Scrum
  • Other Agile methods
  • Constitute the Scrum Team
  • Phases of the project

Initialization - Definition of vision

  • The purpose
  • Product placement

Preliminary Analysis

  • Produce the initial backlog
  • Develop a first release planning
  • Install progress chart

During the sprint

Sprint planning

Create team - leadership and interpersonal

  • What welds a team
  • Terms of collaboration
  • Daily meeting
  • Remote teams
  • Communication
  • Active listening
  • Motivation
  • Conflict management
  • Around the team

Daily Scrum

  • Meeting
  • Advice and answer three questions
  • Obstacles
  • Scrum of Scrums
  • Workshop : "The daily scrum"

Sprint review

  • Prepare a demonstration
  • Recall the objectives of the sprint
  • Perform a demonstration
  • Collect feedback
  • Calculate velocity
  • Adjust the released plan
  • Workshop : "Sprint Review"

Sprint retrospective

  • Create an enviroment favorable to the expression
  • Collect information
  • Identify ideas for improvement
  • Group ideas
  • Define priority improvement
  • Adapting Scrum for the next sprint
  • Workshop : "Sprint Retrospective"

After the last sprint

The significance of finished

  • Finish a practice
  • Define the meaning of finish
  • Finish a story
  • Finish a sprint
  • Finish of a release

Acceptance tests

  • Definition of satisfaction conditions
  • Write story test
  • Develop a story
  • Pass story tests


  • Prototypes
  • Simulations
  • Collection of measures
  • Utilization of indicators
  • Return of experience


  • Space organization
  • Specific tools and techniques
  • With the client and the governance
  • Collaborative spaces

Sprint 2

  • Planning sprint 2
  • Daily Scrum
  • Sprint’s review
  • Sprint’s retrospective
  • Workshop : " Sprint 2"

Agile Scrum versus Waterfall

  • Hybrid approach
  • Adapting Agile context
  • Agile Earned Value (Earned Value)
  • Manage risks
  • Workshop : "Agile Scrum vs. Wat

Manager la Qualité d’un Projet

"Cette Formation a répondu à mes attentes. Très bon instructeur."

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