This one‐day elective course introduces participants to basic acquisition principles of a Waterfall and Agile project management environment, based on the current policies and practices of the Federal Government. Participants learn the challenges of applying an Agile acquisition approach to the Federal environment, but also learn the advantages and disadvantages of selecting different Agile development methods.
- Become familiar with the key principles of the Waterfall methodology, Agile methodology, Agile Manifesto and 12 Clarifying Principles, and the Agile Development Lifecyle.
- Reinforce the Agile methodology.
- Become familiar with Agile Frameworks: Scrum, Extreme Programming, Kanban, SAFe.
- Define the role of an IT Project Management.
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