Agile Project Management

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WFC
Department
Business Management
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1 Cornhill
Level
Certificate
Method
Lecture + Project
Duration
3 Months
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Per Module Fee: £728
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   Note: Our Industrial Training and Internship program includes a guaranteed 6 months paid internship (from 10 hours to 40 hours per week) with a technology company. Due to visa restrictions, some international students may not be able to participate in this program.

Agile helps in exploring ways to respond quickly and accurately to threats and inevitable change. Almost 70% of companies using Agile for their projects; not knowing the fundamental principles, concepts, and values is not an option.

This course will not just teach the fundamentals of Agile to develop the adaptive mindset, but will also break the most popular Agile frameworks such as Kanban, Scrum and Scrumban.

You will learn to get into the Agile mindset and attain success in helping organisations command a strong focus on exceeding expectations and delivering customer value, master popular Agile frameworks Kanban, Scrum, and Scrumban. It will be helping you to land and excel in any Agile position, explore fun, interactive, and highly effective lessons from best-selling instructors and assist with your organisation’s current, or future, transformation to Agile.

Technologies Covered

ActiveCollab: Best for Tracking Billable Hours: ActiveCollab includes a diverse variety of tools ranging from task management to time-tracking and invoicing features.

Tasks can be assigned and tracked at all points in the workflow, and the entire team can view everyone’s roles on a system-wide calendar, so everyone can see their position in the project’s progress. ActiveCollab checks real-time task progress against the accuracy of time estimates as well.

Jira Agile: Best for Software Developers Jira is used primarily by software developers and is still best-suited to that project model. The software supports a variety of workflows, including Scrum and Kanban.

Users create roadmaps for projects, which gives you a visual method of tracking. You can manage each project with a drag-and-drop interface that lets you plan sprints and assign tasks to team members.

Software development teams give Jira excellent reviews for its flexibility and range of features, which are closely tailored to their needs. Although it’s been developed over time for a wider range of applications, the software was originally built as a bug-tracking tool for software developers.

Pivotal Tracker: Best for Transparency Pivotal Tracker is a story-based project tracking tool that helps you manage tasks from inception to completion. Each task is conceptualised as a story and can be ranked according to its complexity. This feature makes it easy to monitor workflows and communicate with clients.

A clear view of team priorities and individual objectives helps everyone manage their role in the project. Pivotal Tracker offers a project monitor for viewing the status of the build, a whiteboard for discussions, and daily tracking of completed tasks.

At a glance, everyone can see a real-time view of the shared work, team status, responsibilities, and next steps.

Trello: Best Free Solution Trello is one of the most well-known and widely used project management tools on the market. That means many people are somewhat familiar with its interface, and Trello integrations are built into many of the tools you may already use. For instance, there are Chrome plug-ins to connect Trello with everything from Pomodoro time management tools to G-mail.

Trello’s structure is based on the Kanban framework of agile project management. However, it’s easy to use Trello with the Scrum framework as well.

Axosoft: Best for Direct Customer Interaction Axosoft is an agile project management solution that uses the Scrum framework. The interface allows teams to create plans, plot process steps, and collaborate effectively to tag and solve issues as they arise.

A Help Desk feature turns emails into support tickets. Customers have their own portal, which lets them communicate their requests and feedback directly with the team. This direct communication can save your team members a lot of time while helping customers feel involved in the process.

Complementary Workshops

Git Management

Agile Project Management

Agile Project Management

Team Building

Personality Development

Interview Preparation

Course Information

Course Intakes

September

End: December

January

End: April

May

End: August

Entry Criteria

  • There are no prerequisites to attend
  • Ability to work in Group
  • If a potential student’s first language is not English, they must also reach the English Language requirements of either any one of the following - IELTS 5.5 or NCC Test or GCE “O” Level English C6.
  • Have access to personal laptop

Course Highlights

  • Hands-on Sessions
  • Project-based Learning
  • Live or Offline Capstone Project
  • Real world development experience
  • Industry Mentors
  • Interactive Teaching Methodologies

Evaluation Criteria

  • 18 Coding exercises
  • 5 Assignments
  • 5 Quizzes
  • Capstone Project
  • Group activities
  • Presentations

Learning Objectives

  • Key skills of expert Product Owners
  • Servant Leadership: Key skills of the expert Scrum Master
  • Tracking your project to a successful conclusion
  • Estimating tasks and effort
  • Building understanding through user stories
  • Structure of Agile projects
  • Team communication and team size
  • Team values and culture
  • Definition of ‘done’
  • An introduction to Scrum – the most widely adopted Agile method
  • 12 principles of the Agile Manifesto, and what they mean for your projects
  • An introductory case study of a failing project that was transformed by applying Agile

Weekday Batches

Batch 01
09:00 am – 11:00 am
(Tue, Thu)

Batch 02
12:00 pm – 02:00 pm
(Tue, Thu)

Batch 03
03:00 pm – 05:00 pm
(Tue, Thu)

Batch 04
05:30 pm – 07:30 pm
(Tue, Thu)

Weekend Batches

Batch 01
08:00 am – 10:00 am
(Sat, Sun)

Batch 02
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
(Sat, Sun)

Hands-on Workshops

Interview Preparation

CV Preparation

Personality Development

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Join the Agile Project Management Certificate course to develop a stronghold on Scrum and the fundamentals of Agile project management to deliver projects faster. You will learn the skills, techniques, and mindset to manage complex projects with Agile methodologies.

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Course Content

Browse the LSET interactive and practical curriculum

Introduction

>> Course Introduction >> How to make the best of this course >> GIT Introduction and Setup >> Course Induction
>> Student Introduction

Core Agile Concepts

>> Core Agile Concepts Overview >> Traditional Project Management Methodologies >> Drawbacks of Waterfall Methodologies >> Agile Approach
>> Agile and Traditional Project Management >> Choice of Methodologies/Frameworks >> Importance of All Stakeholders Sharing an Agile Perspective

The Agile Manifesto

>> The Agile Manifesto Overview >> Manifesto Contributors >> Manifesto Values >> Manifesto Principles

Scrum Methodology Elements and Terminology

>> Scrum Methodology Elements and Terminology Overview >> Project (Product; Release) Initiation >> Scrum Planning >> Scrum Sprint Planning and Executing

Project Initiation

>> Project Initiation Overview >> Determine Project Justifications and Metrics >> Provide Value-Driven Delivery >> Write Project Vision Statement
>> Create Project Charter >> Identify Stakeholders and Leader/Coach >> Form Project Team

Scrum Teams & Team Space

>> Agile Teams and Team Space Overview >> Scrum Master/Coach >> Product Owner/Customer >> Team Members/Developers (XP)
>> Team Space >> Physical Space Recommendations

The initiation phase

>> What is the Initiation Phase about? Define the project goals >> What is involved in a business case? >> What does scope cover? >> Who performs the feasibility study and what does it involve?
>> What goes into risk assessment? What are expectations?

The planning phase

>> What is Planning? Why is it important? What happens if it is not done correctly? >> Why is Planning so critical in Project management? >> What is the cost of Change in projects? >> What to do before you start?
>> Project management insights >> Scope Planning >> Scope Planning (continued)

MS Excel for Project Management

>> Introduction >> Tracker 1: High-level >> Tracker 2: Standard tasks >> Tracker 3: Few steps & statuses
>> Project Management Logs >> Actions, Issues, Dependencies Log >> RAIDD Log >> RAIDD Log – Structures
>> Risks Log >> Project Management Logs – Outro >> Gantt Chart (months) >> Gantt Chart (weeks)
>> Budget – Simple Table >> Budget – Time & Materials 1 >> Budget – Time & Materials 2 >> Formatting Tips & Tricks

The planning phase - timelines and schedules

>> How to estimate when planning? >> The planning fallacy, optimism bias, illlusion of control >> How much to buffer? >> Identifying dependencies
>> Identifying the critical path >> Using the Gantt chart to plan the project work streams >> Building the project schedule (+ MS Project tutorial) >> How to build a milestone table and its uses

Scrum Planning

>> Agile Planning Overview >> Develop Epics and Stories >> Create Stories >> Non-Customer Facing Stories
>> Personas and Extreme Personas >> Story Maps >> Estimating Stories >> Prioritising Stories
>> Create Product Backlog >> Create Product Roadmap >> Conduct Release Planning >> Create Parking Lot

Sprints

>> Iterations/Sprints Overview >> Velocity Determination >> Iteration Planning Meeting >> Iteration Planning Guidelines
>> Development >> Testing >> Daily Standup Meetings >> Progress Tracking
>> Velocity Tracking >> Monitoring and Controlling: Burndown and Burnup Charts, Cumulative Flow Diagrams, and Kanban Charts >> Communicating Information >> Backlog Grooming
>> Sprint Reviews >> Closing: Sprint, Release, and Product Retrospectives >> Closing: releasing resources, final reports, archiving documents

Other Agile Principles and Best Practices

>> XP Principles and Best Practices >> Lean Software Development Principles and Best Practices >> Lean-Agile Software Development Portfolio Management >> Incorporating Scrum and Agile Practices into the Organisation

*Modules of our curriculum are subject to change. We update our curriculum based on the new releases of the libraries, frameworks, Software, etc. Students will be informed about the final curriculum in the course induction class.

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Faculties & Mentors

Mayur Ramgir

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Mentor Panel

Otavio Santana LSET Mentor

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Who is this course for?

The course will suit project managers who want to add to their knowledge of traditional approaches and who work in a fast-paced changing environment and are embracing empowerment provided by Agile methods. The qualification is aimed at both practising project managers and Agile team members who wish to become Agile project managers.

There are no formal entry requirements for this course, however you will need to familiarise yourself with the manual and study for around 15 hours before the first day of training. You will also need to study between training days. You cannot sit for the Practitioner exam unless you have passed the Foundation exam.

This course is beneficial for anyone working within a management role in an Agile project environment.

There are several types of people that do Agile:
  • An experienced project manager that is looking to achieve Agile certification
  • Anyone with an interest in project management looking to turn that interest into a profession
  • Anyone looking to completely change careers who wants to earn a lot more money with an Agile certification

Who Should Apply for This Course?

  • Business Project Managers, IT Project Managers and Project Leaders who wish to formalise their skills.
  • Aspiring or newly appointed Project Managers.

You Will Learn How To

  • Prepare for the AgilePM Foundation and Practitioner certification exams
  • Establish and lead a successful Agile project with the methodology developed by the DSDM Consortium
  • Review practical and repeatable practises for project managers in an Agile environment
  • Apply Agile techniques, such as modelling, prioritising, timeboxing, user stories, and estimating
  • Manage, define, and deliver a solution acceptable to the business

About the Course

Agile is effective because it focusses on continual learning and adaptation - it is an evolutionary approach to getting things done.

Traditional projects depend on a definition of requirements – a clear statement of each aspect of the work that needs to be done.
However, Agile’s approach accepts that you can't know all of those requirements until you start work, and start to learn about the problem.

Where traditional project management puts a significant emphasis on management of risk, Agile avoids such risks by reacting quickly, efficiently and in a controlled manner to deal with problems and issues as they arise.

Agile is not just 'free-form' or 'random', it has a well-developed discipline of tools, techniques, behaviours and thinking that drive progress towards a successful project conclusion

The Course Provides Shared Expertise by

LSET Trainers

LSET Trainers

Industry Experts

Industry Experts

Top Employers

Top Employers

Skills You will Gain

  • Scrum
  • Kanban
  • Metrics
  • User stories
  • Customer focus
  • Jira Agile
  • Test-first
  • Continuous learning
  • Collaborative development
  • Agile architecture
  • Scaling Agile
  • Agile database management

Complete Learning Experience

This course provides a hands-on, guided learning experience to help you learn the fundamentals practically.
  • We constantly update the curriculum to include the latest releases and features.
  • We focus on teaching the industry's best practices and standards.
  • We let you explore the topics through guided hands-on sessions.
  • We provide industry professional mentor support to every student.
  • We give you an opportunity to work on real world examples.
  • Work with hands-on projects and assignments.
  • We help you build a technical portfolio that you can present to prospective employers.

Reasons to Choose LSET

  • Interactive live sessions by industry experts.
  • Practical classes with project-based learning with hands-on activities.
  • International learning platform to promote collaboration and teamwork.
  • Most up-to-date course curriculum based on current industry demand.
  • Gain access to various e-learning resources.
  • One-to-one attention to ensure maximum participation in the classes.
  • Lifetime career guidance to get the students employed in good companies.
  • Free lifetime membership to the LSET Alumni Club

What Will Be Your Responsibilities?

  • Work creatively in a problem-solving environment.
  • Ask questions and participate in class discussions.
  • Work on assignments and quizzes promptly.
  • Read additional resources on the course topics and ask questions in class.
  • Actively participate in team projects and presentations.
  • Work with the career development department to prepare for interviews
  • Respond promptly to the instructors, student service officers, career development officers, etc.
  • And most importantly, have fun while learning at LSET.
Your Responsibilities

How Does Project-Based Learning Work?

LSET project-based learning model allows students to work on real-world applications and apply their knowledge and skills gained in the course to build high-performing industry-grade applications. As part of this course, students learn agile project management concepts, tools, and techniques to work on the assigned project collaboratively. Each student completes project work individually but is encouraged to enhance their solution by collaborating with their teammates.

Following are the steps involved in the LSET’s project-based learning;

  1. Step 1: Project Idea Discussion

    In this step, students get introduced to the problem and develop a strategy to build the solution.

  2. Step 2: Build Product Backlog

    This step requires students to enhance the existing starter product backlog available in the project. This helps students to think about real-life business requirements and formulate them in good user stories.

  3. Step 3: Design Releases and Sprints

    In this step, students define software releases and plan sprints for each release. Students must go through sprint planning individually and learn about story points and velocity.

  4. Step 4: Unit and Integration Tests

    In this step, students learn to write unit tests to ensure every application part works fine.

  5. Step 5: Use CICD to Deploy

    In this step, students learn to use CICD (Continuous Integration Continuous Delivery) pipeline to build their application as a docker image and deploy it to Kubernetes.

Capstone Project

LSET gives you an opportunity to work on the real world project which will greatly help you to build your technical portfolio

Project Topic: Online Banking

London has been a leading international financial centre since the 19th century. In recent years, London has seen many FinTech start-ups and significant innovations in the banking sector. This project aims to introduce students to the financial industry and technologies used to handle billions of daily transactions. As part of this project, students will learn the current technological advances and build up their knowledge to start a simple banking application. This application uses agile project management practices to build basic functionality. Students will be presented with user stories to create the initial project backlog. Students need to enhance this backlog by adding more relevant user stories and working on them.

LSET emphasises project-based learning as it allows the students to master the course content by going through near real-world work experience. LSET projects are carefully designed to teach the industry-required skills and mindset. It motivates the students on various essential aspects like learning to work in teams, improving communication with peers, taking the initiative to look for innovative solutions, enhancing problem-solving skills, understanding the end user requirements to build user-specific products, etc.

Capstone Projects build students’ confidence in handling projects and applying their newly learned skills to solve real-world problems. This allows the students to reflect upon their learning and find the opportunity to get the most out of the course. Learn more about Capstone Projects here.

Learning Outcome

  • Students will learn to work in an agile environment
  • Students will learn the agile project management terms used in the industry, like product backlog, user stories, story points, epics, etc.
  • Students will learn to use a Git repository and understand the concepts like commit, pull, push, branch, etc.
  • Students will learn to communicate in a team environment and effectively express their ideas.

Guidance and Help

A dedicated project coordinator who can mentor students on the process will be assigned to this project. Students can also avail of the instructor’s hours as and when needed. LSET may get an industry expert with subject-specific experience to help students understand the industry and its challenges.

Execution Process

This project will be carried out in steps. Each step teaches students a specific aspect of the subject and development paradigm. Following are the steps students will follow to complete this project.

Step 1: Project Introduction Self Study [6 days]

In the first step, students will learn about the financial industry and review the project introduction documentation to build up the subject knowledge. This is a self-learning stage; however, instructor hours are available if required.

Step 2: Project Build-up and Environment Setup [2 days]

In this step, students are required to follow the project guide to set up the development environment. The project document guides students to find and connect to the LSET Git repository and install the necessary libraries or tools.

Step 3: Product Backlog and Sprint Planning [2 days]

In this step, students will use the existing product backlog and enhance it per their project scope. Students can seek help from the project coordinator and the instructor. The project coordinator will help students do sprint planning and assign story points to the stories. This process is meant to give students real-world work environment experience. Students can consider this a mock exercise on agile project management practices.

Step 4: User Stories Execution and Development [12 days]

Students will work on the user stories identified in the Step 3 process in this step. Students will write code and algorithms to complete the development objectives. The project coordinator will be available to help students to guide them on the development and answer any questions they may have. Students can also discuss this with the instructor.

Step 5: Testing, Deployment and Completion [5 days]

In this step, students will test and deploy the application to the cloud environment. Students will experience the deployment process in the cloud and learn the best practices. After the successful deployment, students will present their project to the instructor and the external project reviewer. Feedback will be given to the students. Students will have one week to work on the feedback and submit the final copy of the project, which will be sent to the external examiner for evaluation.

Project Presentation

LSET emphasises preparing students for the work environment by allowing them to learn the required soft skills. After completing the project, students must present their work to the instructor and an invited project reviewer panel. Please note that the assigned external examiner will not be part of this panel and hence will not know about the students. This ensures an unbiased assessment by the external examiner. This exercise aims to allow students to experience an environment they may face in their actual job. Also, it gives them a chance to get feedback from industry experts who can guide students on various parts of the project. This will help students to learn and fix anything they find necessary in their project. This ensures quality output and allows students to learn about industry requirements.

The instructor and the project reviewer panel will assess the students on the following;

Project Repository on GitHub [10 points]: The instructor will ensure that the students have uploaded the project repository to the LSET’s GitHub account per the guidelines in the project requirement documentation. Full points will be awarded if the repository is appropriately set up per the instructions.

Presentation Skills [20 points]: Students must present their work in the given timeframe. Full points will be awarded if students cover everything needed to deliver their work in the given timeframe.

Communication Skills [20 points]: Students must present their work in a manner understandable by all the participants. More focus will be given to how students communicate, not the language. Full points will be awarded if students can share their work correctly.

Evaluation Criteria

LSET promotes a transparent and unbiased evaluation process. All the external examiners will follow a set process to grade students. No student’s personal or identifying information will be shared with the external examiners, so they will not know about the person they are grading. They will only get the project files and grading guidelines to follow. This will ensure equal quality standards across the institute.

Following are some critical areas the LSET external examiners will be grading on.

Project Documentation [10 points]: Project documentation is filed correctly with the information which can be used to understand the project work. Students can use the supplied project documentation template to fill up the data. External examiner to confirm if all the information is filled up. Full points will be awarded if all the sections are covered.

Project Structure [10 points]: Students must follow the proper structure while developing their projects. This structure is being taught and covered in the project requirement documentation. External examiner to confirm if the project files are correctly structured. Full points will be awarded if the structure meets the given guideline.

Solves Basic Problem [50 points]: Students must ensure that they implement all the requirements in the project documentation. External examiner to confirm if the project solves the given problem. Full points will be awarded if the students include everything asked in the project requirement.

Innovation [20 points]: Students are encouraged to bring new ideas into their development. They can improve the design, use new design patterns, code with a better coding style, or add a feature. External examiner to confirm if the students have added more than the requirement to improve the design or solution. The new addition must include a new feature and should not be similar to the requirements given. Full points will be awarded if the external examiner finds an innovation or see students going beyond the asked requirements.

Best Practices [20 points]: Students must follow the best practices in their development. This will help them to become a quality resource for their prospective employer. External examiner to confirm if the supplied best practices are followed in the project. Full points will be awarded if the best practices are properly implemented.

Performance Consideration [20 points]: Students must consider performance while working on their projects. Performance is one of the critical industry requirements. External examiner to confirm if the student thought the performance improvements in the project. Full points will be awarded if the external examiner sees efforts taken to consider performance aspects in the development.

Security Structure [20 points]: Students need to consider the security aspect If applicable in the design and development. External examiner to confirm if the security consideration is appropriate in this project; if it is applicable, the examiner to verify if the student has considered the security elements in the project. Full points will be awarded if the external examiner sees efforts taken to assess the security aspect of the development.

Benefits of LSET Certificate

Earning the LSET Certificate means you have demonstrated hard-working capabilities and learnt the latest technologies by completing hands-on exercises and real-world projects.

Following are some of the traits employers can trust you have built up through your course;
  • You know how to work in a team environment and communicate well.
  • You know the tools which are necessary for your desired job.
  • You know how to use the latest technologies to develop technologically advanced solutions.
  • You have developed problem-solving skills to navigate complex problem scenarios and find the right solutions.
  • You are now ready to take on the challenge and help your prospective employer to build the desired solutions.
Benefits of LSET Certificate
What to expect after completing the course

What to expect after completing the course?

After earning your certificate from LSET, you can join the LSET’s Alumni club. There are countless benefits associated with the Alumni Club membership. As a member of LSET Alumni, you can expect the following;
  • LSET to hold your hand to find a successful career
  • Advice you on choosing the right job based on your passion and goals
  • Connect you with industry experts for career progression
  • Provide you opportunities to participate in events to keep yourself updated
  • Provide you with a chance to contribute to the game-changing open-source projects
  • Provide you with a platform to shine by allowing you to speak at our events

Tools & Technologies You Will Learn From this Course

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Active Collab

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JIRA

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Agile Bench

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