08 – 10 May 2017 | Rp 23.000.000 | Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan – CONFIRMED
24 – 26 July 2017 | Rp 23.000.000 | Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan
18 – 20 September 2017 | Rp 23.000.000 | Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan
13 – 15 November 2017 | Rp 23.000.000 | Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan
The Agile Project Management Handbook provides advice, supported by Hints and Tips based on the DSDM Atern approach, on how to manage a project in an Agile way. Agile Project Management qualifications are currently offered are two levels: Foundation and Practitioner.
The primary purpose of the syllabus is to provide a basis for accreditation of people involved with Agile Project Management. It documents the learning outcomes related to
the use of Agile Project Management and describes the requirements a candidate is
expected to meet to demonstrate that these learning outcomes have been achieved at each qualification level.
The target audience for this document is:
- Examination Candidates
- Examination Board
- Examination Panel
- Accredited Training Organizations.
This syllabus informs the design of the exams and provides accredited training
organizations with a more detailed breakdown of what the exams will assess. Details on the exam structure and content are documented in the Agile Project Management Foundation and Practitioner Designs.
The Foundation-level qualification is aiming to measure whether the candidate has sufficient knowledge and understanding of the Agile Project Management guidance to be able to recognise and distinguish between the key elements of the approach. The Foundation qualification is also a pre-requisite for the Practitioner qualification.
Agile Project Management Program Module
Module 1 : Lifecycle and Products
- The Lifecycle phases.
- Configuring the
- What is meant by Quality in an Agile project?
- Where planning is used in an Agile project.
- The differences between traditional and Agile project planning.
- The Agile testing Concepts.
- The techniques to help build quality.
- The Instrumental Success Factors
- The benefits of using Atern
- What is Atern and Agile Project Management
Module 2 : People and Roles
- The roles within an Agile Project Team.
- The responsibilities of each role.
- The manner in which an Agile Team works.
- The difference between managing a traditional and an Agile project team.
Module 3 : Techniques
- The concepts associated with Facilitated Workshops
- The concepts associated with the MoSCoW approach to prioritisation.
- The concepts associated with Iterative Development.
- The concepts associated with Modelling.
- The concepts associated with Timeboxing.
Module 4 : Control
- The meaning of Functional and Non-functional requirements.
- The structure and hierarchy of requirements in an Agile project.
- The Agile approach to estimating and project variables.
- The Agile approach to Measurement.
- The Agile approach to Control: the 7 control parameters.
- The Agile approach to Risk.
- The Agile approach to Configuration Management.
- The Atern Principles
- The Atern Philosophy
- The rationale for using Atern
- The Agile approach to maintainability
- The Agile approach to project variables
- The meaning of collaborative planning
- The Agile approach and appropriate levels of rigour
This qualification is aimed at:
- Practicing project managers
- Agile team members who wish to become Agile Project Managers
This program is a 24 hours of intensive training class.
- 08 – 10 May 2017
- 24 – 26 July 2017
- 18 – 20 September 2017
- 13 – 15 November 2017
Agile Project Management – Foundation & Practitioner (APMP)