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Agile Principles and Methodologies (I632)


Type: Online
Duration: 00:54 hours
Status: Active

Projects following the Agile method use short work iterations and develop products incrementally to focus on business priorities and value to clients. This online self-paced course introduces the most common Agile methodologies and frameworks, including Agile's 4 primary values, 12 principles and 5 phases of its project management model. Participants will explore key activities for managing a project using Agile, such as developing a project charter and a product vision, using appropriate types of contracts, and favouring simple over comprehensive forms of project documentation.

Topics include:

  • identifying the key characteristics of the Agile method
  • reviewing the five phases of the Agile project management model
  • transitioning to Agile using the five ADAPT steps
  • identifying types of contracts that are suitable for Agile projects
  • recognizing the types of documentation used in Agile projects


This course is part of a Skillsoft learning series that covers the objectives for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® exam. PMI-ACP is a registered mark of Project Management Institute Inc.

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  • Topics: Career development; Government priorities; Information management; Information technologies; Personal and team development; Personal development; Service excellence
  • Community: Employees; Managers; Supervisors
  • Business line: Transferable Skills
  • Provider: Skillsoft

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