Agile Project Management refers to the application of Agile methodologies to the project management area. Thus, it reflects the principles and ideas included in the Agile manifesto and stresses the value of aspects such as adaptation, interaction and quality. Agile project Management is not limited to software development, but also is relevant to different business contexts, which increases the potential rewards of understanding and implementing it throughout the company.
Programmes comprise a number of projects and are characterised by their complexity and large-scale and long-term impact on the organisation. In this context of huge potential benefits and risks, applying the right approach effectively is even more important and upscaling Agile to this level can be a challenge.
Given Agile methodologies’ widespread popularity, it seems perfectly sensible to test their validity outside of software development. This conference takes part in the debate regarding Agile project management, exploring when and why it is worth “going” for it and providing examples from real-life case studies. Moreover, the issues involved in upscaling Agile with programme management will be considered.
presented by Keith Richards, Keith Richards Consultants
presented by Bola Rotibi CEng., Research Director, Creative Intellect Consulting Ltd.
presented by John Clapham, Kainos
presented by Michael Nir, President, Sapir Consulting
presented by Dan North
presented by Bradley Honnor, Director, Global Eloquence
presented by Ashley Braganza, Brunel University
presented by Joanna Newman, Ericsson
presented by Mike Westwood, Plymouth University
presented by Paul Field
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