Applying agile concepts in the PRINCE2® framework helps project managers deliver more fit-for-purpose projects in a timely manner. In this course, Applying Agile Concepts, Techniques and Focus Areas, you will learn how to incorporate common agile techniques in a PRINCE2® project. First, you will apply frequent releases and requirements management into your project. Next, you will learn how to use the Cynefin framework and the Agilometer to help you with tailoring your PRINCE2® project. Finally, you will explore how to incorporate rich communication techniques into your projects. When you’re finished with this course, you will be able to incorporate agile techniques into your PRINCE2® projects and continue your journey in the PRINCE2 Agile® learning path.
Tommy van Schaik spent most of his academic and professional career as a linking pin between business and IT. His focus areas are: project management, IT governance, business processes, IT architecture, requirement engineering, and business rules.
Course Introduction Hi everybody, and welcome to this course, Applying Agile Concepts, Techniques, and Focus Areas. My name is Tommy van Schaik. I'm a professional in the project management and Agile space. Agile concepts can provide project managers with a solid solution to get more fit for purpose products in a shorter timescale. Applying agile techniques in PRINCE2 projects proves to be a valuable combination. In this course, you will learn applying frequent releases and requirements management in projects, using the Agilometer and the Cynefin framework to determine the characteristics of a project, and execute rich communication techniques in your projects. This course is part of the PRINCE2 Agile Learning Path where we will get you ready to pass both your PRINCE2 Agile Foundation and Practitioner exams. At the end of this course, you will be able to incorporate common Agile practices into your own PRINCE2 project. Now let's go ahead and get started with this course, Applying Agile Concepts, Techniques, and Focus Areas, here at Pluralsight.