A programmatic and non-programmatic project management method that focuses on building the product in several stages and with short time periods and each stage generates a product that is distinct from its predecessor with additional characteristics. It is considered a real product that the customer can interact with, and the aim is to bring the product closer to the customer to measure his satisfaction with the stages of the development of his product, and generations are applied in several ways, including the Kanban and Scrum
- Learn the values, fundamentals, and practices of Agile methodology.
- Understanding Agile methodologies (roles, practices, impacts, and events)
- Understanding the life cycle of the Agile program
- Agile program practitioners experience
- Acquire the tools, techniques, knowledge, and skills needed to pass the PMI-ACP test from the first attempt.
- Scrum team members and quality management staff
- Developers and programmers according to agile methodologies
- Software developers, project managers, product owners, and business analysts
- A professional wants to become a project manager