If you had to send a message to your organisation about what you need, right now, on your agile journey - what would it be?
I thought the 2009 update was a very big step forward for PRINCE2. Looks like this will take PRINCE2 a lot further forward and keep it up to date.
I was at a music festival in September 2016 and was reminded of the need to keep things simple. The reminder came in a somewhat unusual way!
Fresh on the heels of lowering the pre-requisite for PRINCE2 Agile, AXELOS have made a huge decision that will affect many a training organisation. They have chosen PEOPLECERT to be their SINGLE Exam Institute!
Why is there confusion over the role of the Project Manager and the Scrum Master? Having worked in the agile arena for nearly 20 years, there are many things that still surprise me. One of those surprises is the frequent debate and questions about the relationship between the Scrum Master and the Project Manager – i.e. where do they both fit in? This blog touches on some of the difficulties here and has a link to an agileKRC webinar on the topic.
agileKRC, the pioneering agile training and consultancy company, are sponsoring Bristol’s first ‘Agile in the city’ event. This new, practical event from the organisers of Agile Cambridge and Agile Manchester, welcomes everyone from the Agile and Lean community, and anyone looking to get involved and find out more.
I had a great time at Project Challenge at Olympia this week. There were a few surprises but overall I felt that the mood amongst the Project Managers I met was very positive.
AXELOS spring a surprise by lowering the pre-requisite for PRINCE2 Agile! It has taken a while but at last it has arrived. Not only that but there are other routes in too.
Our recent webinar on agile success measures was well received and this blog contains the answers to the questions we received during the webinar that we were unable to cover in the time available. It contains a great graphic that was sent in to us which we hope you like.
At agileKRC we specialise in helping organisations to improve how they work by adopting new agile ways of working, or improving their existing agile capability. This takes many forms, such as training people in product focussed frameworks such as Scrum and Kanban, or project focussed frameworks such as PRINCE2 Agile and AgilePM/DSDM.