Agile is a method of project management that emphasizes team collaboration, as well as continual planning and learning.
While Agile initially was created for software development, it is now spreading across all industries and parts of organizations. Agile allows organizations to cope with rapid change in the digital economy.
Agile is iterative, meaning it is conducted in sprints with each sprint building off and improving from the previous sprint. It supports efficient communication over documentation and tangible results after each iteration.
Baseball is one sport that has multiple examples of Agile at work. Infield (Scrum) meetings between the pitcher and catcher, phone calls to the bullpen, and a concrete result at the end of the game - a win or loss. Future practices and games then build off from past performance.
ERC offers multiple training courses related to Agile project management.
What Agile training courses does ERC offer?
Estimating for Agile
Learn the process of estimating and how to get better at it. Understand the differences and similarities between estimating for Predictive vs. Adaptive project work.
Learn how to create an Agile tracking or Kanban board with Microsoft Planner when collaborating with your team on work.
What are the options for delivering this training?
ERC delivers Agile training in a variety of methods, including in webinar format and at your organization.