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AgilePM is the world’s most popular framework for Agile project management. With a focus on flexibility, autonomy, and agility, it has driven success for projects all over the world. The framework follows the Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) to provide project teams with a greater level of control and discipline while still enjoying the benefits of Agile management. AgilePM training can also be an excellent way for professional project managers to gain the skills they need to advance in their careers.
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This module introduces students to the Foundation syllabus and provides them with a course guide.
This module discusses AgilePM along with the purpose and philosophy of the Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM).
This module provides students with an overview of the eight principles of DSDM.
This module looks at the roles and responsibilities within DSDM at the project and solution development levels, as well as in supporting roles.
This module describes the 14 products used within the DSDM approach.
This module describes the different phases within a standard DSDM project.
This module looks at how to plan projects as effectively as possible.
This module examines two of the most essential elements of AgilePM: MoSCoW Prioritization and Timeboxing.
This module features two practice AgilePM Foundation exams. One is provided by APMG, while the other comes from the online training team at Good e-Learning. Students are encouraged to fully familiarize themselves with all Foundation modules before attempting a practice exam.
This module introduces students to the Practitioner syllabus and provides them with a course guide.
This module begins with a quiz of the content covered at foundation level. It then provides students with an introduction to the interactive case study that will be used throughout the course.
This module opens with a quiz on the content covered at foundation level. It then uses the interactive case study to show how to apply the principles of DSDM.
This module begins with a quiz on the content covered at the foundation level. It then uses the case study to show how to assess whether each DSDM has been applied to a project correctly.
This module describes the biggest communication challenges typically found within a project, as well as several potential solutions. It then uses the interactive case study to show how to study, identify, and solve communication issues.
This module begins with a quiz on the content covered at the foundation level. It then uses the case study to demonstrate how to apply DSDM products to a project.
This module opens with a quiz on the content covered at foundation level. It then uses the interactive case study to show how to apply the DSDM process to a project.
This module opens with a quiz on the content covered at foundation level. It then uses the interactive case study to demonstrate how to plan and manage a project.
This module opens with a quiz on the content covered at foundation level. It then takes a look at how MoSCoW Prioritization and Timeboxing can be effectively combined using the interactive case study.
This module describes requirements and user stories, along with estimation techniques. It then uses the interactive case study to demonstrate how to utilize requirements, user stories, and estimation in practice.
This module begins by describing risk and quality management techniques. It then uses the interactive case study to demonstrate how to apply them in practice.
Next, the module offers input on how to use the Project Approach Questionnaire to tailor products. It then uses the interactive case study to show this in action.
This module provides two AgilePM Practitioner mock exams. One is provided by APMG International, while the other comes from the online training team at Good e-Learning. Students are encouraged to fully familiarize themselves with all Practitioner modules before attempting a practice exam.
This course is designed to fully prepare students to sit the Agile Project Management Foundation and Practitioner exams in quick succession.
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‘APMG AgilePM (Agile Project Management)’ is a framework built around Agile, one of the world’s most popular project management methodologies. It offers insight into how Agile best practices can be successfully used and adapted to projects of various sizes and characteristics in different industries and sectors.
Agile Project Management is based on both Agile and the Dynamics Systems Development Method (DSDM). It encourages flexibility, adaptability, and iterative management, prioritizing successive gains that help justify projects and keep stakeholders happy.
The framework follows demonstrably effective best practices. It encourages flexibility and adaptability by avoiding stringent plans and instead focusing on short-term gains and self-organization for different roles.
The framework also offers repeatable insight that businesses can continue to utilize and adapt in future projects.
AgilePM can be studied and utilized by anyone looking to make project management a part of their career. The best-practices it offers are also general enough to be applied to virtually any organization regardless of industry, size, sector, or location.
According to Payscale, an Agile project manager can earn between $55,000 and over $172,000 (or £21,000 and over £118,000). Each candidate’s exact salary will depend on their position, experience, industry, and so on.
Agile as a concept has inspired a number of project management methodologies, including Lean, PRINCE2 Agile, and DSDM. At its heart, Agile offers a number of essential benefits, including increased flexibility, streamlined collaboration, the ability for teams to learn from each and every project, and improved stakeholder management.
APMG (APM Group) International is an examination and accreditation body that oversees various certification schemes, including AgilePM.
The APMG International AgilePM Foundation exam is a closed-book exam consisting of 50 multiple-choice questions. Students have 40 minutes to complete the exam and must score at least 50% to pass.
Agile Project Management is compatible with a number of other popular frameworks, including PRINCE2 and ITIL 4.
Good e-Learning offers a comprehensive Agile PM learning experience, from excellent detailed instructional videos on the various topics, to excellent case studies to apply your learning, and practice exam papers to prepare you effectively to pass the examinations