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Agile BM 301 – Enterprise-level Agile Business Management

Enterprise-level Agile Business Management

Course Summary

Enterprise-level Agile Business Management course is focused on advanced topics related to applying Agile at an enterprise level.   This course includes material on:

  • Alignment and Value Disciplines
  • Enterprise-level frameworks (SAFe and DAD)
  • Enterprise-level Agile Transformations
  • Organizational Culture and Change Management


Intended Audience

  • Anyone who is responsible for planning and managing large, complex enterprise-level projects
  • Anyone who plays a direct role in either planning or implementing an enterprise-level Agile transformation or implementation


Student Reviews

  • “For me it confirms that the waterfall-agile continuum is a shift in leadership styles and skills for waterfall Product Managers, Project Managers and Teams. This will help to initiate simpler and more constructive discussions.”
  • “Real, practical and relate-able examples that bring the concepts together are really useful. “
  • ” Excellent course, really enjoyed the content and the learning’s.”
  • ” This was a terrific course! It helped me to understand concepts of how to apply the appropriate blended predictive/adaptive approach to a project. Also the format was very helpful, where reading the written course notes provided, along with listening to the lecture, together helped in gaining/understanding/retaining information. ” “Very well done! A refreshingly pragmatic approach which takes the stress out of the thought of turning one’s organization upside down to transform it. A lot of material covered in a little bit of time in a very concise but fulfilling manner.”
  • “Chuck Cobb’s presentation Agile Project Management Overview for Executives was informative. I found the course helped reveal misconceptions and stereotypes regarding Agile Project Management. In his instructional course, he helps break down key differences between agile and waterfall project management. He outlines the benefits of agile project management. He once again clearly and concisely communicates in a way that is easy to follow. I look forward to following additional courses in the future.”
  • “As a senior project manager that deals with executives and their project management “likes and dislikes” on a daily basis I found this overview spot-on. From lecture 1 through 7 Chuck addresses most of the issues that I quite often experience in getting executive to understand the “symbiotic” relationship between Agile and Plan-driven project management.””This course is for project managers and executives alike, and after completion you’ll have a clear understanding of how Agile and traditional plan-driven approaches can be complementary rather than competitive.”
  • ” This was an excellent course, as I was looking to gain knowledge on applying Agile processes at the Enterprise level. I especially liked the sections on project governance, choosing the right approach, developing and implementaton plan, and the case studies.” “For me it confirms that the waterfall-agile continuum is a shift in leadership styles and skills for waterfall Product Managers, Project Managers and Teams. This will help to initiate simpler and more constructive discussions.”
  • “Real, practical and relate-able examples that bring the concepts together are really useful. “
  • ” Excellent course, really enjoyed the content and the learning’s.”
  • ” This was a terrific course! It helped me to understand concepts of how to apply the appropriate blended predictive/adaptive approach to a project. Also the format was very helpful, where reading the written course notes provided, along with listening to the lecture, together helped in gaining/understanding/retaining information. “



Overall Curriculum

This course is part of an overall Agile Business Management curriculum consisting of the following courses

  1. Agile BM 101 – Hybrid Agile Project Management
  2. Agile PM 201 – Mastering Agile Project Management
  3. Agile PM 301 – Enterprise-level Agile Business Management

Please refer to Agile Training for Business Managers for more information on this overall curriculum.




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