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Agile Project Management Training Course

According to the Project Management Institute (PMI®), more than 90% of organizations are using Agile to some degree. If your business is not using aspects of Agile, it will be soon.

1 onsite day (7 hours) or 2 virtual sessions (32.5 hours each) | 7 contact hours (PDU’s)
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2 onsite days (14 hours) or 4 virtual sessions (3.5 hours each) | 14 contact hours (PDU’s)

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

In this modern, fast paced era of business, the traditional / “waterfall” approach to project management may not be the best approach.  Agile project management has quickly become the go‐to project management approach for a wide range of industries.

Integrated Process Developers, Inc. (IPDI) offers a wide variety of project management courses to meet your organization’s specific needs.  However, IPDI knows that “one size does not fit all” and offers you options as to what content and how long of a course is applicable for your organization’s specific requirements.

You will be able to use the concepts learned in our courses the very next day on your projects thus giving you the edge over your competition and an immediate return on your investment.

All our workshop courses are interactive, including small group exercises, large group discussions, and instructor facilitation.  Upon successful completion, you will receive an Integrated Process Developers, Inc (IPDI) certificate of completion.

One Day vs. Two Day Content Comparison

‘One Day’ is one onsite training day or approximately three virtual sessions.


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Course Topics One Day Version Two Day Version
Project Management Foundation Concepts
Why Agile Project Management?
Traditional / Predictive Project Management vs. Agile Project Management
Triple Constraints (Scope, Schedule, and Cost)
When to use Traditional / Predictive vs. Agile Project Management
Agile Manifesto
Stakeholder Assessment and Key Decision Makers
Agile Terms and Tools
Communications Planning
Project Team Development
Quality Planning
Risk Management Planning
Workshop Provided Agile Case Study / Simulation

“Highly Recommended”

Both onsite and virtual presentations “work very well.”

I can’t overstate how pleased we were with the programs that Doug taught for us in a live, online setting this summer. He spent time before the programs working with us to figure out exactly what our expectations were for virtual program delivery. He was able to convert his activities and exercises so that they worked well in the virtual setting. I have observed both his program delivery onsite and his program delivery live, online. The activities and exercises as well as his teaching style work very well in both types of delivery modalities. I highly recommend working with Doug to deliver live, online training. Your participants will benefit, and you will learn new expectations for live, online program delivery. — Marcie Stowell, Assistant Director of Executive Development Programs at Michigan State University’s Broad College of Business

Words from course participants:

Good examples and GREAT instructor.

Greatly appreciated all your “behind the scenes” action and attentiveness.

“We use many of the concepts daily in our personal and professional lives without even knowing it at times so it’s a great review and lesson on how we can put the Agile concept to work for us more effectively.” … “I appreciated this program as it directly applies to my company and the goals we are trying to achieve.”

Doug Boebinger’s knowledge mixed with his engineering background, experience about the subject, and presentation skills were outstanding. 

It was a very wise and valuable decision to take the course!

The course was very well put together (preparation, online logistics, and the course materials). Excellent work.

I appreciated “the face-to-face interaction with coworkers and instructor to discuss the applicability of these principles to our workplace and in general and project management triple constraint concepts. I am familiar with AGILE, Kanban, and Lean, but this was a really good application of AGILE and Kanban to non-IT process and project management.”

Doug was very patient, friendly, helpful, and professional.

“Doug made it interesting and told relatable stories to help us understand the content.”

“The instructor was clear and did a good job at teaching the material.”

“I liked the overview of the agile methodology because I have had no exposure in my career. I appreciated the reminders to create lists and take each task in pieces vs. focusing on the project as a whole.”

“Instructor was very intuitive and engaged with the class.”

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