Agile projects are only successful when the project team is cohesive, productive, and engaged. As an Agile project manager, you must encourage active involvement to ensure your team has a clear understanding of project requirements and stakeholder expectations.
In this course, you'll learn about characteristics of effective stakeholder engagement when managing Agile projects. You'll explore important Agile project management tools and techniques, such as team development strategies, developmental mastery models, and shared product vision. You'll learn how effective communication and facilitation techniques like Agile games foster collaboration and cooperation in the Agile team. Finally, you'll recognize the benefits of collocated Agile teams when managing projects, including osmotic learning and communication.