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Primarily, PRINCE2 Agile is for those members of the PRINCE2 community who are practicing agile, are wanting to become more agile, or are encountering more agile. It may also be useful to agile practitioners who want to adopt PRINCE2 project governance to complement their existing agile practices.
Participants must be registered PRINCE2 Practitioners.
Individuals certified at this level will have demonstrated their understanding of to understand the basic concepts of common agile ways of working, to understand the purpose and context for combining PRINCE2 and the agile way of working, to be able to apply and evaluate the focus areas to a project in an agile context, to be able to fix and flex the six aspects of a project in an agile context, to be able to apply or tailor the PRINCE2 principles, themes, processes and management products to a project in an agile context, to learn through the use of theory and practical exercises, and to prepare Participants for the PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner exam
This course helps experienced PRINCE2 Practitioners and/or experienced Agile Practitioners understand how the PRINCE2 governance model can be applied to Agile environments. By taking this course, experienced PRINCE2 practitioners develop management controls for agile development, while experienced agile practitioners understand PRINCE2 governance requirements.
Many people confuse PRINCE2 as a “traditional” or “waterfall” project management method, and wrongly assume that it cannot be applied with the more cutting-edge “agile” project management techniques. In fact, PRINCE2 is applicable to any project and is fully enabled to work in an agile environment.
- Introduction to PRINCE2 Agile (including Hexagon)
- The PRINCE2 Agile view
- The 5 targets
- Starting up a Project and Initiating a Project (including Value Assessment and Cynefin Approach)
- Agile and the PRINCE2 Themes
- Change (including the feedback loop)
- Organisation (including the servant leadership)
- Principles and Behaviours
- Managing Project Delivery (including Scrum)
- Quality (including the definition of 'Done')
- Controlling a Stage and Managing a Stage
- Directing a Project
- Closing a Project
- Rich communication (including Workshops)
- Kanban and The Kanban Method
- Lean Start-up
- Further Guidance