In this video, learn about the directing a project process, and how the project board can oversee the project effectively.
And how are we going to tailor that to work with agile? … Well, the first thing you have to remember … with directing a project is that we are really … going to be focused on management by exception … because we want to empower our teams. … By giving them the empowerment we're going to let them … start helping us decide how much is … and they're going to be able to have access … to our information radiators. … This will allow us to have less reporting requirements … while still being able to work faster, … and they're still going to get the communication they need. … Another thing is anytime you're doing demos … or you're doing releases the project board … should be invited to attend those key demos. … That gives them insight into the details of the project … while still letting them stay out of the day-to-day work. … One of the biggest key things … we have to focus on is collaboration within agile. … And that's no more true than inside directing a project. … With this collaborative environment …
- The principles, themes, and processes covered in PRINCE2®
- What’s agile?
- The basics of the scrum, kanban, and Lean Startup processes
- Blending PRINCE2® and agile
- Principles, themes, and agile
- Managing the seven processes
Skill Level Beginner
Exam Tips: PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitionerwith Claudine Peet32m 49s Intermediate
1. About This Course and the Exam
2. Overview of PRINCE2®
3. Introduction to Agile
4. Blending PRINCE2® and Agile
5. Principles, Themes, and Agile
6. Seven Processes and Agile
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