Agile Project and Delivery Management
(ICP-APM)

About the training
The ICP-APM is one of two knowledge-based certifications on the Delivery Management track. This certification focuses on core components of agile project management as distinct from traditional project management, and on equipping course participants with strategies and techniques for successful Lean and Agile project implementation. A servant leadership mindset and approach is critical to empowering agile teams to produce great results. Students will practice the role of agile project manager as a facilitator of agile practices towards achieving desired outcomes. This certification also takes a much more in-depth look at the fundamental agile concepts of adaptive planning, customer collaboration, and value-driven delivery in dynamic and sometimes highly constrained environments. In addition, the learning outcomes address agile approaches to standard project management processes such as metrics, reporting, and contract management.

To attend the training, it is desirable to have at least one of the following certificates:
  • ICP (ICAgile);
  • CSM, CSPO, CSD (Scrum Alliance);
  • PMP, PMP-ACP (PMI);
  • PSM I (Scrum.org);
  • Agile Foundation (Agile Business Consortium).
The training program is accredited by the International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile). This course is designed for advanced participants with experience in team work and relevant theoretical and practical knowledge. Upon completion of the training, participants receive the ICAgile Certified Professional – Agile Project and Delivery Management (ICP-APM) personal certificate which is recognized worldwide.
Training is useful for
  • CTO, COO, heads of development;
  • Project office employees;
  • Heads of projects and team leaders;
  • Scrum masters and Agile coaches;
  • Pre-sales specialists, account managers;
  • Business analysts and other team members transitioning to work in the Agile way.
Training helps to
  • Learn to consistently and structurally approach software development in an organization
  • Start work on a new product using Agile management
  • Transform the work in existing projects
What you get as a participant
ICP-APM Certificate
Participants who actively work throughout the training receive the ICAgile Certified Professional – Agile Project And Delivery Management (ICP-APM) personal certificate which is recognized worldwide and a personal profile on ICAgile.com.
After training support
At the end of the training, each participant is invited to a closed group on Facebook, where they can ask the trainers any questions, as well as learn about exclusive offers.
Post-pack
A letter with additional materials, a list of articles and literature for self-study.
Photos
Professional photos of the training process.
Themed Gift
Each participant will receive a thematic gift from the AgileLAB team.
Flipchart Snapshots
We will take and send you pictures of flipcharts with diagrams and results of exercises.
16 hours of training
Two days from 10 to 18 with a lunch break, coffee breaks every one hour and a half.
We fix the theory by practice, working in small groups of 4-5 people.
Lunches and coffee breaks
Lunches and coffee breaks are included in the cost of the training. A vegetarian menu is also available.
In the program
Agile for people
Organizing a comfortable workflow to maximize the potential of all participants in the software development process:
  • Building an effective team
  • Creating a healthy team atmosphere
  • The role of the project head in Agile
  • Team participation in the planning and evaluation process
  • Team productivity, metrics, project health evaluation
  • Evaluation of individual work based on feedback and ways to combat competition within the team
Agile for the process
Managing the software development from the Agile approach's point of view:
  • Comparing traditional project management to Agile
  • Project management review from the Agile perspective
  • Planning of iterations and releases
  • Requirements, risks, and quality from the Agile perspective
  • Rethinking classical limitations: time, cost, scope of work
  • Concepts of lead time, loss, and value of the project
  • Scope of work evaluation techniques
Agile for business
Organizing beneficial interaction between the contractor, the customer and the end user:
  • Continuous feedback between teams and customers as a tool for working with risks
  • Work with third-party suppliers
  • Agile contracts
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Agile Project and Delivery Management
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