Project Management: Hybrid Agile-Waterfall

Project Management: Hybrid Agile-Waterfall Training Course Project Management: Hybrid Agile-Waterfall
By Michael Stanleigh
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Project Management: Accelerating Project Success through Hybrid Agile-Waterfall

“We can no longer manage our projects today using the same methodologies we applied 10 years – Time to re-think our approach to project management.”

By Michael Stanleigh

Certified Scrum Master • Certified Management Consultant • Certified Speaking Professional
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Project Management: Accelerating Project Success through Hybrid Agile-Waterfall Training Category:
Business Management Target Audience:
Those new to project management will benefit from the workshop. Even experienced project management practitioners will learn new strategies, practical tools and gain a deeper insight into the complex world of project management. And those who are responsible to ensure the successful execution of projects. This workshop will be of essential use to:
  • Project/ Programme Managers (All levels of experience) who may be audited the projects
  • Project Management Office/ PMO who may need to evaluate or monitor projects
  • IT Projects
  • Technical Services Manager
  • Engineering Manager
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Delivery Methods
  • Language: English
  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Workshop
  • Group Discussion
  • Presentation Handouts
  • Reading Materials
  • Indoor Activities
  • Participant Presentation
  • Video Presentation
  • Role Play
  • Lecture
  • Case Studies
  • Certificate of Participation
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Course Introduction ›

Organizations today are challenged to manage their projects within very tight budget and time constraints while meeting and exceeding the expectations of their customers. We can no longer manage our projects today using the same methodologies we applied 10 years. To ensure we can overcome our project crises and accelerate their success, we must re-think our approach to project management.

Projects are becoming more complex and are found throughout organizations including IT, manufacturing, finance, human resources, etc. One project is often a part of a larger program. The skills required to manage these projects and programs today is not the same as it was 10 years ago Project management training that focuses on global best practices and methodologies provides a high pay back to organizations wanting to ensure that work on projects is managed effectively, efficiently and productively and meets all business and customer requirements.

Course Objectives ›

  • Learn how to manage an entire project from beginning to end.
  • Apply the Project Life Cycle from project definition to close
  • Identify the project's stakeholders and maintain a customer and quality focus throughout.
  • Develop the project scope statement.
  • Develop the work breakdown structures as part of scope definition.
  • Develop the time lines by estimating duration for all project activities and tasks.
  • Determine the resources, both internally and externally, required to complete or ensure each task is completed.
  • Develop the network diagram to identify all project task dependencies.
  • Determine the project milestones.
  • Identify and manage the critical path of the project.
  • Create a full risk management plan including mitigation and contingency plants.
  • Manage project changes throughout the project
  • Identify the project plan tasks required to create a Product Backlog
  • Create the Sprint Backlog from these identified tasks.
  • Identify the Scum Roles including Scrum Master, Product Owner and Sprint Team
  • Identify how many iterations (sprint meetings) will be required.
  • Manage the agile (sprint) meetings
  • Organize the daily scrum meetings
  • Complete a Sprint Review
  • Hold a Retrospective Meeting

Course Outline ›



  • Defining what is a Project and Project Management.
  • Understanding the difference between Waterfall and Agile methodologies.
  • Learn how to integrate waterfall and agile into one powerful project management strategy.
  • Overview of the entire Project Management Process.

Project Initiation

  • Developing Project Charters.
  • Identifying project resources.
  • Reviewing lessons learned.

Project Definition

  • Identifying the roles and responsibilities for all core and extended team members for this project.
  • Organizing the project kick-off meeting.
  • Creating the appropriate project team structure i.e.; an intact team, a program, etc.
  • Identifying the reporting relationships between the sponsor, project manager and project team members.
  • Understanding the business and customer requirements.
  • Scoping out the project and creating the Project Scope Statement.

Project Planning

  • Developing the Work Breakdown Structure.
  • Identifying all of the activities and related tasks required to meet the project scope deliverables.
  • Identifying the resource requirements including suppliers and vendors.
  • Estimating the duration of time per task.
  • Creating the task dependencies (predecessors and successors).
  • Identifying the Milestones.
  • Reviewing and modifying the critical path.
  • Developing the budget breakdown.

Project Execution

  • Managing Project Changes.
  • Undertaking a complete Risk Assessment on the project including:
  • Identifying both the project risks and the opportunities.
  • Prioritizing project risks against impact and likelihood categories.
  • Assessing each of the priority risks.
  • Developing responses to the priority risks
  • Identifying how to reduce risk likelihood.
  • Developing contingency plans to manage risks that might occur.

Integrating Waterfall and Agile

  • Reviewing the project plan and identify the deliverables and groups of tasks to be used in Agile.
  • Creating the product backlog from these identified tasks.
  • Identifying the product owner, scrum master and agile meeting members.
  • Identifying how many iterations (sprint meetings) will be required to complete the product backlog.
  • Creating the Sprint Backlog.
  • Determining the time box for the first sprint meeting.
  • Managing the agile (sprint) meetings.
  • Organizing the daily scrum meetings.
  • Identifying the sprint tasks to be done each day.
  • Holding sprint review meetings at the end of each sprint meeting.
  • Managing the retrospective Meetings

Project Close

  • Completing Project Closure Team Reviews.
  • Completing the Project Close Evaluation.
  • Retaining project knowledge.

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