You'll learn how to take a big, poorly defined problem and chop it up into pieces so that you can start working on it right away and make adjustments as you go. You'll learn Agile project management – which is all about small, repeating steps that lead to huge results.
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Agile Essentials FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
The best audience for this Agile course is project and program managers. It's especially useful training for new project leaders and anyone who's never heard of Agile before. Particularly if you work in the IT field and have to help get projects done, Agile training can define your career.
No, this Agile training wasn't designed for any particular certifications. This course is designed with one thing in mind: actually using Agile. You'll learn a little bit of theory and vocabulary, but most of your time in the course will be spent actually learning to bring projects to fruition.
There are many different certifying bodies and project management certifications – some of them try to incorporate Agile, even though by its definition Agile defies a lot of the structure around certifications. The best option is probably CompTIA's Project+, which isn't too restrictive in terms of approaches and styles.
You should take this Agile essentials training because the way that Agile encourages project managers to think about projects is radically different from traditional approaches. The Agile methodology may not be right for your company, but you should understand what it's trying to do to make yourself a better manager.