A required course in the Certificate Program in Project Management.
Agile project management is an iterative project methodology that works well for a wide variety of projects. This course teaches students what the agile methodology is and focuses on components of this methodology, including, developing product roadmaps, prioritization methods for a product backlog, managing/executing work through SCRUM and kanban practices, and measuring value delivery through agile reporting.
Prerequisite: Completion of Project Management Overview is required to begin this course. The Overview course will establish the project that will be used for the duration of the program.
This course has two required resources:
- The Standard for Project Management, PMBOK® Guide, 7th Edition
- PMIstandards+ Subscription: Each subscriber to PMIstandards+ will receive a complimentary 60-day trial. After the trial period, there will be a monthly fee of $8.00
These resources can be obtained in two ways:
- PMI Membership: By becoming a PMI member, you'll gain access to Standards+ and a digital version of the PMBOK® Guide, 7th Edition.
- PMIstandards+ Subscription (available through PMI)
This course uses live sessions via Zoom. A device with audio and visual will be needed to participate. The student guide provides additional resources/information on how to use and access your courses Zoom sessions. Please note these sessions will be recorded and posted in the course for all students to access.
Hassan Kafshi, MBA, CMMI, has over 30 years of Information Systems expertise in teaching and practicing structured approach in developing Information Technology and Computer Science applications. He received his MBA in Operations Research and BS in Information Systems from University of Baltimore. He is also a Certified Capability Maturity Model (CMM) assessor from Carnegie Mellon, Software Engineering Institute and certified Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) foundation. Hassan has taught several Information Systems courses, business courses, and programming languages in various colleges and universities such as Towson State University, Loyola College in Maryland, and most recently teaching Information Technology courses at ITT Educational Services in Orange, CA.
Textbooks for your course may be purchased from any vendor or bookseller of your choice.
No textbook information is available for this course.
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|START||01/08/2024||Monday||---||---||Online (Access Begins)||---
|OL-LEC||01/11/2024||Thursday||6:00 PM||6:45 PM||Zoom||---
|OL-LEC||01/18/2024||Thursday||6:00 PM||6:45 PM||Zoom||---
|OL-LEC||01/25/2024||Thursday||6:00 PM||6:45 PM||Zoom||---
|OL-LEC||02/01/2024||Thursday||6:00 PM||6:45 PM||Zoom||---
|END||02/04/2024||Sunday||---||---||Online (Access Ends)||---