What if I don't pass PRINCE2 first time? By taking an Advantage Learning course you have a much better than average chance of passing, and a good safety net if you don't.
When we asked our friends and customers about Agile Project Management we got a huge response. Lots came to an Advantage Learning "Pint and Project" networking event to learn more.
For me, one of the key take aways was that Agile does not replace PRINCE2. I learned that Agile project management is both a way of approaching your projects and a lot of great delivery techniques which work fine with PRINCE2's management approach.
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Agile myths got busted by project managers attending the Pint and Project in Edinburgh and Glasgow. We learned new techniques such as Moscow and Standup then met the Agile Snowman for some Cheese and Pizza. As always, the Agile Pint and Project ended in the bar for a pint and some networking. DOWNLOAD the event slides here...
PRINCE2 Agile blends dynamic agile techniques with the structure and business focus of PRINCE2. PRINCE2 Agile is the first ever extension to the PRINCE2 methodology
There's a lot of chat about Agile at the moment. Questions like: "how does it help me", "does it deliver projects better" and "can it replace PRINCE2." Advantage Learning's Pint and Project on 23rd September will answer all these questions for you.
Socitm is urging public sector ICT managers undertaking new product and service developments to consider the Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) as an approach that combines the best of Agile and PRINCE2
Is PRINCE2 an agile method or do Agile approaches replace traditional project management methods like PRINCE2? Learn how the agile approach has always been a part of PRINCE2
You need to get the best value course while avoiding the false promises which cheap PRINCE2 training offers. How a trip to Greece taught me to select the right vendor.
Project Financial Management was the topic of the Pint and Project networking event for International Project Management Day. While project, programme and portfolio managment maturity is improving there is a need to build financial management maturity in parallel to make sure that change initiatives both deliver on budget and are being set realistic financial targets
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