The difference between traditional and Agile assignment control


It would be good to have a basic knowledge of project management
You can be agile even when running classic project management

Agile is first and foremost a mindset. An agilist does not want to waste anything; neither time nor money. We have replaced scope with value as our main driver. This might not always be easy, but it has become our mantra. We do this by performing continuous validation to check if we are holding to the promise. If not, then it’s time to change the plan.

Why does this matter?

Planning for things that will never happen is a waste

Instead of concentrating on what we don’t know, how about starting with what we know and get our hands dirty. This is the real way to learn and make progress

When you think about it, don’t you want to make sure your efforts are worthwhile; they are appreciated and are something that people want. There’s a word for this, and it’s called value.

It’s about having the right attitude, understanding what is important and staying relentless in achieving this

Who should be interested?

Anyone who is looking for a more effective way to run projects, regardless of whatever system your company has deployed.

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Who this course is for:
Those who are either project managers or aspiring project managers
Those who are looking for a better way to run projects
Those who want to learn what agile project management is all about

The difference between traditional and Agile assignment control
The difference between traditional and Agile assignment control

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