Why this seminar on PRINCE2® and Agile
Companies, organizations, teams, and individuals do want to implement a fit-for-purpose project management approach. Pretty soon they come into contact with frameworks such as PMBoK® and PRINCE2®. The overall feeling quickly goes towards “What a bureaucracy…!”. The switch to agile is almost simultaneously. And very often this means Scrum. A new feeling overwhelms: “Finally we can develop a solution!”. On the other hand, senior management starts thinking “What is happening…?”.
This seminar provides you with the link between the already well-recognized PRINCE2 framework and the agile world. After an introduction in both PRINCE2 and Scrum, an in-depth discussion takes place on the principles of both PRINCE2® and the Agile Manifesto and how both are applicable in both environments. Two project cases are discussed showing how the combination of PRINCE2 and Scrum worked in practice. And the seminar closes with some key success factors to use both frameworks in your projects.
It works! Really, it does!
- Ensure successful delivery in terms of time, quality, budget and benefits realization.
- Improve engagement and communication between senior management and staff.
- Offer more informed resource allocation, improved delivery and greater benefits realization going forward.
- Prioritize programmes and projects in terms of their contribution to your organization’s strategic objectives and overall level or risk.
- Provide a means for greater efficiency in the delivery of change initiatives via improved resource planning, dependency management and streamlined procedures.
- Remove redundant, duplicate and poorly performing programmes and projects.
- Improve coordination of existing functions and processes.
- Ensure constrained resources are allocated to optimize strategic impact, coordinate delivery and maintain strategic alignment.
- Invest in programmes and projects in the context of the current environmental conditions and better coordinate investment in programmes and projects, improve the management of risk and encourage collaborative working.
- Enhance transparency, accountability and corporate goverance.
THE TRAINING IS FOR YOU IF
you want to get a better understanding on how agile techniques are applicable within higher formalized project management frameworks such as PRINCE2. This can be anybody that is involved in a project such as, but not limited to
- Project managers
- Project team members
- Business and IT managers who are involved in projects in a project board role
- PMO Managers and PMO team members
- uality and project assurance managers and collaboraters
WHAT WILL YOU GET?
- A professional trainer that is certified in both frameworks and applies these in his day-to-day work – no theoretical approach, but based on real-life experiences
- A handout including all slides
The entire program takes 1 full course day.
- PRINCE2®, overview of the project lifecycle, the roles and responsibilities, and management products
- PRINCE2®, strengths, weaknesses and best practices
- Scrum, overview of the process, the roles and responsibilities, and products
- Scrum, strengths, weaknesses and best practices
- The principles of PRINCE2® and the Agile Manifesto: how can we use them together?
- A detailed discussion on the different PRINCE2® principles and if these can be applied in an agile project
- A detailed discussion on the Agile Manifesto and the agile principles and if these can be applied in a PRINCE2® project
- Agile Manifesto and PRINCE2®: contradicting or not?
- Case 1: a B2B application in which management thought it was a PRINCE® project, while the solution development team thought it was a Scrum project… But what was it really…?
- Case2: an international web project with multiple suppliers in different countries during which both PRINCE2® and Scrum were used
- Critical Success Factors to combine PRINCE2® and agile: 1+1=3
- Questions and answers, discussion
OTHER PRACTICAL INFORMATION
There are no pre-requisites for attending this training. No knowledge of PRINCE2 or Scrum is expected
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