Learn to blend Agile and plan-driven project management in the right proportions to fit any situation!
Agile Project Management Training Online for Project Managers - The Project Management Profession is beginning to go through rapid and profound changes due to the widespread adoption of agile methodologies. Those changes are likely to dramatically change the role of project managers as we have known them in many environments and raise the bar for the entire project management profession.
It is not a simple matter of making a binary choice between a totally plan-driven approach and totally adaptive or Agile approach. There are many alternatives between those extremes and it can require a lot of skill to adapt an approach to fit a given situation. These courses are designed to help project managers with a traditional, plan-driven project management background understand these challenges and to develop a more adaptive, high impact project management approach for blending traditional project management and Agile principles and practices in the right proportions to fit a given project and business environment.
Chuck Cobb is the author of the recent, best-selling book "The Project Manager's Guide to Mastering Agile" as well as four other books on Agile Project Management and Business Excellence and he is one of the most popular instructors on Udemy with over 40,000 students and over 1,500 5-star reviews. He is also the founder of the Agile Project Management Academy and he has been a featured speaker at a number of PMI Chapter events, agile groups, universities, and PMO workshops throughout the US.
He has a very pragmatic, "real world" approach to Agile that is based on over 20 years of hands-on program/project management experience in a broad range of industries and application areas and he is passionate about helping project managers understand the convergence of Agile and traditional project management principles and practices.
He has been an Adjunct Professor at Boston University and many of his courses originated from a graduate-level Agile Project Management curriculum he originally developed for Boston University.