PRINCE2 Agile® Practitioner Training: 3 Days

PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner Training Course PRINCE2 Agile® Practitioner Training
By TED Integrated
Project Management:

PRINCE2 Agile® Practitioner

“For those who want to pass the PRINCE2 Agile® Practitioner exam”

By TED Integrated


HRDF Registered Training Provider
Request for In-house TrainingRequest for In-house Training
Register for Public Training Public program not yet available
Email Customer Service [email protected] Contact Customer Service +603-2386-7788
Course Title:
PRINCE2 Agile® Practitioner
Training Category:
Business Management
Target Audience:
This certification is aimed at professionals who work within a project environment including key staff involved with integrating project management with product delivery and those who involved with programme and project support functions.
Duration:
3 Days
For In-house Training
Request for Quotation Request for Quotation
For Other Inquiries
Contact TED Integrated
Contact customer service +603-2386-7788
Email customer service [email protected]
Delivery Methods
  • Language: English
  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Workshop
  • Lecture
  • Certificate of Participation
Ad by Google
*Terms & Conditions

Course Introduction ›

PRINCE2 Agile® is an agile project development solution developed by AXELOS. This 3-day PRINCE2 Agile® Practitioner training is for those who want to pass the PRINCE2 Agile® Practitioner exam. It's also for anyone who wish to gain a good understand of PRINCE2 Agile®.

To request for in-house training, click on the Request for In-house Training link as displayed above for quotation. For a complete course cotent and more information about this course, feel free to contact the training provider as shown above. If the public program is available, you can request for a registration online by clicking on the Register for Public Training link. If the link is disabled, it simply means it has yet to be available for public. You can contact the training provider for further inquiry.

Course Objectives ›

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Tailor the integrated set of PRINCE2 principles, themes and processes
  • Produce the PRINCE2 management products
  • Map the common agile roles to the PRINCE2 project management team structure
  • Incorporate the fundamental agile behaviours, concepts and techniques into PRINCE2

Prerequisites ›

In order to sit the PRINCE2 Practitioner examination you must provide proof of having passed one of the following:

  • PRINCE2 Foundation
  • PRINCE2 Practitioner preferable
  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)
  • International Project Management Associate (IPMA) Level AR (Certified Projects Director)
  • International Project Management Associate (IPMA) Level BR (Certified Senior Project Manager)
  • International Project Management Associate (IPMA) Level CR (Certified Project Manager)
  • International Project Management Associate (IPMA) Level DR (Certified Project Management Associate)

Course Outline ›

DAY 1

Session 1: Agile ways of working: The basic concepts

The purpose of the first session is to introduce the basic agile concepts.

  • What is Agile?
  • The Agile Manifesto
  • The 12 agile principles
  • Project vs Business as usual
  • Sprints and backlogs
  • The context of sprints
  • Release
  • A comprehensive view
  • Flow-based working
  • Typical agile behaviors, concepts and tchniques
  • Agile methods and approaches
  • Transitioning to Agile

Session 2: PRINCE2 and the agile way of working

The purpose of this session is to introduce the purpose and context for combining PRINCE2 and the agile way of working.

  • 8 Guidance Points
  • Beware of prejudice!
  • Pre-project and Initiation stage: Plan, monitor and control
  • Feature
  • Pre-project and Initiation stage: Behavior and process
  • Pre-project and Initiation stage: Products
  • User story and Epic
  • Information radiator
  • Subsequent Delivery Stages: Plan, monitor and control
  • Burn chart
  • Subsequent Delivery Stages: Behavior and process
  • Subsequent Delivery Stages: Products
  • Kanban board
  • Stand-up meeting
  • Final Delivery Stage: Plan, monitor and control
  • Final Delivery Stage: Behavior and process
  • Retrospective
  • Backlog
  • Final Delivery Stage: Products
DAY 2

Session 3: Focus Areas in Agile

The purpose of this session is to introduce the Focus Areas in Agile

  • Agile Focus Area: The Agilometer
  • Agile Focus Area: Requirements - Terminology
  • Requirements: Decomposition and Granularity
  • Requirements: Decomposition
  • Requirements: Prioritization
  • Requirements: Example of Prioritization
  • Requirements: Handling Change with Prioritization
  • Requirements: User Stories
  • Requirements: INVEST Checklist
  • Agile Focus Area: Rich Communication
  • Rich Communication: Workshop Techniques
  • Agile Focus Area: Frequent Releases
  • Agile Focus Area: Creating Contracts
  • Creating Contracts: Guidance on Structure of Contracts

Session 4: Fix and Flex

The purpose of this session is to introduce fixing and flexing the six aspects of a project in and agile context

  • What to fix and what to flex
  • Tolerance guidance
  • The 5 targets
  • Target 1: Be on time and hit deadlines
  • Target 2: Protect the level of Quality
  • Target 3: Embrace change
  • Trading (or swapping)
  • Target 4: Keep teams stable
  • Team dynamics
  • Target 5: Accept that the customer doesn’t need everything
  • The appropriate balance

Session 5: Tailor PRINCE2 Principles and Management Products in and agile context

The purpose of this session is to introduce tailoring of PRINCE2 Principles and Management Products.

  • PRINCE2 Agile Behaviors
  • Experiment
  • Spike/spiking
  • Tailoring PRINCE2 Management Products: Baseline Products
  • Tailoring PRINCE2 Management Products: Record Products
  • Health Check
  • Advice for a Project Manager using Agile
DAY 3

Session 6: Tailor PRINCE2 in an Agile Context

The purpose of this session is to introduce tailoring of PRINCE2 themes.

  • Agile and the PRINCE2 Themes
  • Business Case: General View of Agile
  • Business Case: Visioning or project kick-off
  • Business Case: Sprint zero
  • Business Case: Product owner
  • Business Case: Guidance
  • Business Case: Defining value
  • Organization: Agile and the PRINCE2 Roles
  • Organization: Guidance
  • Organization: Different Concepts Regarding Roles
  • Organization: Integration the Project Manager and Delivery
  • Organization: Composition of the delivery team
  • RACI
  • Organization: Single-team Project Structure
  • Organization: Multi- team Project Structure
  • Organization: Incorporating a Wider Customer View
  • Organization: Servant Leadership
  • Organization: Working Agreements
  • Quality: PRINCE2 vs Agile
  • Test-driven
  • Quality: Guidance
  • Quality: How to test
  • Quality: Quality in relation to Scope
  • Plans: General View
  • Plans: Guidance
  • Emergent
  • Plans: Estimation
  • Plans: Estimation Approaches
  • Risk: PRINCE2 vs Agile
  • Change: What if things change
  • Radiators
  • Change: Guidance
  • Change: The Feedback Loop
  • Progress: General View
  • Velocity
  • Progress: Guidance
  • Progress: Agile Concepts and Techniques: Burn Charts
  • Progress: Agile Concepts and Techniques: Information

Session 7: Tailor PRINCE2 Processes in an Agile Context

The purpose of this session is to introduce tailoring of PRINCE2 processes.

  • Agile and the PRINCE2 Processes
  • Relating Agile Processes to PRINCE2 Processes
  • Starting up a Project; Initiating a Project: Recap PRINCE2
  • Starting up a Project; Initiating a Project: What you may find
  • Disruptive
  • Starting up a Project; Initiating a Project: What to do
  • Starting up a Project; Initiating a Project: Activities
  • Agile Concepts and Techniques: The Cynefin Framework
  • Directing a Project: Recap PRINCE2
  • Directing a Project: What to do
  • Directing a Project: How it might look
  • Controlling a Stage: Recap PRINCE2
  • Controlling a Stage: What you may find
  • Controlling a Stage: What to do
  • Controlling a Stage: How it might look
  • Controlling a Stage: What to do
  • Agile Concepts and Techniques: Retrospectives
  • Managing Product Delivery: Recap PRINCE2
  • Managing Product Delivery: What you may find
  • Managing Product Delivery: What to do
  • Managing Product Delivery: How it might look
  • Managing Product Delivery: Work Packages
  • Scrum Theory
  • The Scrum Team
  • Scrum Events
  • Scrum Artifacts
  • Agile Concepts and Techniques: Kanban and the Kanban Method
  • The 6 General Practices of the Kanban Method
  • Safe-to-fail
  • Scrumban
  • Cumulative Flow Diagrams
  • Lead time/cycle time
  • Kanban hints
  • Lean Start-up
  • Minimum viable product
  • Managing a Stage Boundary: Recap PRINCE2
  • Managing a Stage Boundary: What you may find
  • Managing a Stage Boundary: What to do
  • Managing a Stage Boundary: How it might look
  • Closing a Project: Recap PRINCE2
  • Closing a Project: What you may find
  • Closing a Project: What to do
  • Closing a Project: How it might look

Contact us now ›

  • Course content customization
  • In-house training request
  • Available public program
  • Consultation services
  • Other inquiries
Contact Customer ServiceCall : +603-2386-7788
Email Customer Service E-mail : [email protected]

Related Courses ›

Published by: ,