This course describes the TEN most essential considerations to think about when working in an agile way. The theory behind agile is fine - but that is just 'theory' - what do you need to focus on, to get it to work in the real world and make your life a lot easier and more productive? What things are really important? What makes up today's agile best practice? This course is a concise presentation by one of the most influential consultants working in the agile community today. If you want to know what really matters when you are trying to get agile to work, then why not take a look!
Make sure you know what 'difficult' looks like and how your delivery teams should behave
What needs to happen for your agile journey to succeed and the importance of being able to prove things objectively
What should you focus on when working in an agile way and how do you make sure everyone knows what is happening
What should you 'wear' when doing agile and how do you continually improve your processes and ways of working
What are the most important rules? Why are they so important?
So what were the 10 Golden Rules and a few useful links that may be useful
Keith is the founder and director of agileKRC a company that has specialised in bringing the benefits of agile and lean to organisations since the late nineties.
Keith has over 30 years’ experience in I.T. and project management. He trained PRINCE2 for nearly a decade and is an accredited PRINCE2 practitioner. He is also an accredited DSDM Advanced Practitioner and Trainer and IAF Accredited Facilitator.
In 2006 he became the technical director of the DSDM Consortium and in the following year was lead author for the team that created DSDM Atern, a project focussed agile framework.
Two years later, Keith specialised in the pioneering approach of combining agile with PRINCE2 and authored the book ‘Agile Project Management: Running PRINCE2 projects with DSDM Atern’ (published by TSO).
In 2010 Keith was involved in the development of ‘Agile Project Management (AgilePM)’, a ground-breaking new training course and agile qualification from the APMG.
Keith was awarded the ‘Most Valuable Agile Player’ at the UK Agile Awards in 2011. An award recognising a decade of thought leadership, delivery and innovation.
In 2014, Keith was selected by AXELOS to be the lead author for ‘PRINCE2 Agile’ which involved an international collaboration of over 40 people from wide variety of experiences across a wide spectrum of project management and agile.