If you have any or all experience with working in an innovative company, you are bound to have heard about Agility. For most of these types of companies, it is the word of the decade - agility this, agile that... However, once you take a closer look, you might begin to understand that this type of a project management system is actually a thing of the future - as time goes on, more and more high-tier, international companies adopt this philosophy. And in this course, I shall teach you everything you need to know about Agile project management.
What is Agile Project Management?
It is of no secret that whether you're a small, local company or a huge international monopoly, there's one thing you have in common - both of these types of companies, at any given time, have multiple tasks of varying priority and difficulty. As time goes on and the company grows, it might become quite difficult to manage all of those tasks unless you have a proper project management system in place. This is where Agile project management comes in.
Agile management allows you to deal with difficult and multi-layered projects by dividing them into smaller tasks and issuing certain periods of time to perform those tasks. I know that it sounds quite underwhelming when you put it like that, but needless to say - there's A LOT more to it. An in-depth look into what is Agile project management and how can you apply it in your daily workflow can be found within the course itself.
Why Learn Agile?
At this point, you might be wondering - _what's the point? How will learning Agile principle help me with my career? _Well, there are plenty of ways how Agile management can aid you in taking your career opportunities to a whole new level. First of all, when you go ahead and apply for a job opening, your employers will be keen on finding out your past work experience and your skill set. This is super important if you're trying to get hired in a bigger, innovation-driven company - chances are that it's using the Agile project management program. When your potential employers find out that you know the ins and outs of the philosophy, your chances of getting hired will go through the roof.
You can also apply Agile principles on your own, personal projects. It will help you get accustomed with the philosophy and it's core principles, while simultaneously preparing your mentality for working with a team, whenever the need to do so arises.
In this course...
In this course, you will not only find out what is Agile project management, but will also be able to learn about how it's applied in a practical scenario, find out how you can increase your productivity and performance levels and much more.
If you have some prior experience with project management, the beginning of the course will be a bit easier. If not, however, don't worry - it's not mandatory, and we'll learn everything from the ground up as we progress.