On November 10-11, AgileLAB and E5 are inviting you to the Agile Program and Portfolio Management training, in the track of the Delivery Management roadmap of the ICAgile training.
The training program is accredited by the International Consortium for Agile Development (ICAgile). The course is designed for advanced participants with the experience in the teamwork and relevant theoretical and practical knowledge. Upon completion of the training, participants receive a personalized international ICAgile Certified Professional - Program and Portfolio Management (ICP-PPM) certificate.
The training will help you:
- Manage Agile programs and portfolios;
- Consistently and structurally apply Agile within the organization;
- Run Agile transformations through team-building, programs, and portfolio levels, determining and launching value streams, lean budgeting;
- Transform work into existing portfolios and programs;
- Avoid common errors while implementing Agile at scale.
Who can benefit from the Program and Portfolio Management (ICP-PPM) training:
- Senior Managers
- Agile Coaches
- Director of Engineering, Director of Production
- Head of PMO, Head of Delivery, Head of Product
- Agile Transformation Agents and Leaders
- Project Managers
- Program Managers
- Delivery Managers
- Experienced Scrum Masters
It is desirable to have certificates from one of the following providers:
- ICAgile (ICP, ICP-APM)
- Scrum Alliance (CSM, CSPO)
- PMI (PMP, PMP-ACP)
- Scrum.org (PSM I)
1. Agile at Scale
The most common Agile at Scale frameworks are considered and compared: SAFe, LeSS, Nexus.
2. Value Streams
Operational and developer value streams, as the main concept of the process organization. Ways to determine and run value streams.
3. Portfolio Kanban
The Portfolio Kanban is a system - a way to manage and budget initiatives of an organization.
4. Innovation Management
Creating a corporate environment for innovations.
5. The Rolling Wave Planning
Planning within the three levels of a company.
6. Deciding with Limited Information
Taking management decisions in the context of insufficient information.
7. Trade-offs at the Organizational Level
Time to market, people engagement, productivity, organization, quality at the organizational level.
8. Navigating Organizational Dynamics
4 types of organizations according to the corporate culture, the corporate culture, as an alignment method to company goals.
9. Agile Budgeting and Allocation
Lean-Agile budgeting, resource allocation and the launch of Agile release trains.
10. Economic Framework
Decision making through Cost of Delay, prioritization through weighted shortest job first (WSJF).
11. Program and Portfolio Metrics
Leading and lagging portfolio-level metrics. The metrics that promote interaction, the methods of aggregation metrics at the company level.
12. Agile Delivery Excellence at Scale
The ways of the decision-making decentralization within the company at creating values.