Agile Project Management Practical Workshop
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This practical workshop builds on what you learn in the Agile Project Management course. You will apply theory to complete a small Agile project.
There will be full tutor support throughout the day and lots of opportunity to discuss the subject and ask any questions you might have.
Note: A prerequisite for this course is that you have already taken the one-day Agile Project Management course. This course should not be booked on its own.
To enrol on the Agile Project Management Practical Workshop, please visit the Agile Project Management course page and select "Standard course fee with Practical Workshop on Sat 11 Nov 2017: £720.00" at checkout.
Includes fee for the Agile Project Management course: £265.00
Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford
Dr Rob Collins is a visiting fellow of Kellogg College Oxford and regularly teaches courses at the University – both through Continuing Professional Development and through the Computing Laboratory. As well as his academic teaching work Dr Collins regularly provides consultancy to industry in the area of Business Process Excellence and Systems Engineering. He gained his Black Belt Certification in Lean Six Sigma from Lockheed Martin – the world's largest Systems Engineering company and a world-leader in advanced technology.
As well as his undergraduate degree in Physics and Computing, Dr Collins holds a PhD completed within a Psychology Department. Dr Collins’ PhD focussed on training, psychology and processes for introducing complex technology into learning environments. Dr Collins’ completed an MBA in 2012 at Henley Business School. He thus has a strategic business view as well as deep understanding and practical experience of hands-on process improvement in technology and service.
This workshop is available only to those who complete the Agile Project Management course.
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