Agile project management is an iterative method of determining requirements for engineering and information technology development projects in a highly flexible and interactive manner. One difference between agile and iterative development is that the delivery time in agile is in weeks rather than months. Both iterative and Agile methodologies were developed as a reaction to various obstacles that developed in more traditional project management. For example, as technology projects grow in complexity, end users tend to have difficulty defining the long term requirements, without being able to view progressive prototypes. Projects that develop in iterations can constantly gather feedback to help refine those requirements.
A Virtual Class is an online class that allows participants to communicate, view presentations and interact with trainers. Participants attend virtual class by connecting to the Internet rather than traveling to a physical classroom. Virtual class provides the benefit of flexibility and allows participants to attend classes that may not be offered in smaller cities. It is also beneficial for professionals who are extremely busy and cannot take out times to attend classes.Virtual classes with iACT
The Virtual Classes will be conducted over the weekends. The virtual class is right in your comfort zone, you can attend this classes from your home or office. This will also provide you an opportunity to interact with the trainers and get your queries solved. Each virtual class will be recorded, in case you have missed any class, you can request for the virtual class link over the mail.
Note: To attend the Virtual Classrooms, you need to have computer & internet connection with the minimum speed of 1 Mbps.
|Chapter 1: What is Agile?
Chapter 2: A Five- Minute history of Agile
Chapter 3: The Core Business Benefits of Agile
Chapter 4: Common Agile Methodologies at a Glance
Chapter 5: Who uses Agile?
Chapter 6: Why Don't More Organizations Use Agile?
Chapter 7: Is Agile Right for My Department?
Chapter 8: Delivering Agile
Chapter 9: Selecting the Right Agile Approach for your needs
Chapter 10: Using Agile Tools
|Chapter 11: Measuring Agile Success
Chapter 12: Aligning Agile with your Corporate
Chapter 13: Managing Agile within your existing Project Frameworks
Chapter 14: Budgeting for Agile Work
Chapter 15: Reporting on Agile Projects
Chapter 16: Establishing Agile Contracts
Chapter 17: Building the Right Agile Team
Chapter 18: Conducting Performance Reviews for Agile Teams
Chapter 19: Avoiding Common Agile Traps
Chapter 20: Expanding Agile
Chapter 21: More Information on Agile
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