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Agile Fundamentals for Practitioners & The Pilot & New PMP Exam

Agile Fundamentals for Real World & PMP® Exam

  • If you are a PMP, you need to know more about AGILE and how to leverage it in your firm
  • If you are a PMP student, be prepared to face Agile questions on your exam. That number is increasing in 2020!
  • This over-arching Agile mindset and will be coached during this workshop.
  • JOIN us to unlock the door to agile success! Sign up now! INSTANT ACCESS 
  • If you are taking the PMP exam, this course will prepare you to tackle those hybrid and Agile questions.

8 hour curriculum with access to watch the videos for 30 days 

ON-DEMAND INSTANT-ACCESS TO VIDEOS

  • SESSION 1: AGILE BASICS
  • SESSION 2: PEOPLE – INTERPERSONAL SKILLS & LEADERSHIP IN AGILE
  • SESSION 3: BUSINESS – THE AGILE MINDSET FOR BUSINESS
  • SESSION 4: PROCESS – CONCEPTS IN AGILE PROCESSES

Training is based on the PMP Exam Content Outline 2019 version.

This is a very accelerated power-packed bootcamp! Don’t miss it!

ONLY $249 NOW FOR 1 MONTH IMMEDIATE ACCESS ON DEMAND

 

 

 

 

Meet Your Instructors

Roy Schilling has over 30 years of IT experience across many industries, including Finance, Insurance, Government, Manufacturing and Telecommunications. Over the course of his career, Roy has participated as a developer, technical lead, architect, project lead, Scrum Master, Product Owner, trainer, coach and manager in companies ranging from small startups to multi-national Fortune 50 firms. Roy also has experience in managing International teams and dealing with the communication issues, time zones and cultural differences that typically plague these teams.

Over the past 18 years, Roy has been practicing Agile in large company and regulated environments and has worked closely with PMOs and Change Management groups to help them transition to Agile. His passion is organizational change and has implemented Scrum, Kanban and XP methodologies to help organizations recognize and address their challenges, not just at the team level, but also for the enterprise. Roy believes that there is no “one size fits all” solution and looks to find the right combination of processes for the situation. Roy is a skilled mentor, proven developer and an experienced leader with a long history of building lasting trusted relationships

Image result for phill c. akinwale pmp Phill C. Akinwale, PMP has managed operational endeavors and multi-million dollar projects across government and private sectors, in various companies including Motorola, Honeywell, Emerson, Skillsoft, Citigroup, Iron Mountain, Brown and Caldwell, US Airways and CVS Caremark. With vast experience in different facets of project management and rigorous project controls, he has trained employees and project managers on business management tools and the PMP Exam syllabus across 3 PMBOK® Guide editions (PMBOK® Guide Second Edition, PMBOK® Guide Third Edition and the PMBOK® Guide Fourth Edition). Phill was a reviewer and contributor to the PMBOK® Guide Fourth and Fifth Editions which is the reference upon which the current PMP® Exam is based.

As a John Maxwell Certified Coach and Speaker, Phill delivers workshops, seminars, keynote speaking, and coaching in leadership and soft-skills, Working together, he will move you and/or your team or organization in the desired direction to reach your goals.

 

Recommended texts are:

  • PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition
  • Agile Practice Guide

 

 

 

Task excerpt:
2.1 “Execute project with
the urgency required to
deliver business value
to deliver business value”

2.2 “Manage
communications”

2.3 “Assess and manage
risks”

2.4 Enagage stakeholders

2.5 Plan and manage budget and resources

2.6 “Plan and manage
schedule”

2.7 “Plan and manage
quality of products/deliverables”

2.8 “Plan and manage
scope”

2.9 “Integrate project
planning activities”

2.10 “Manage project
changes”

2.11 “Plan and manage
procurement”

2.12 Manage project artifacts

2.13 “Determine appropriate
project methodology/methods and practices”

2.14 Establish project governance structure

2.15 Manage project issues

2.16 “Ensure knowledge
transfer for project continuity”

2.17 “Plan and manage
project/phase closure or transitions”