Agile Project Management:
Collaboration and Flexibility


  • Presentation Length: 90-mins / 3hrs
  • Participant Numbers: 15-500+
  • Virtual and In-person options available
  • Sessions can be recorded for internal use
  • Onsite training available globally: North & South America, EMEIA, APAC, LATAM
  • Languages: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, Mandarin, Arabic, Japanese, and Malay.


Agile project management is an approach to project management that emphasizes collaboration, flexibility, and iterative development. By learning to work in an agile way, employees can adapt to changing circumstances and priorities, deliver value to stakeholders more quickly, and continuously improve their processes.

This session will provide participants with an introduction to agile project management and practical tools and techniques for applying it to their work.

Content Outline

During the training session, the following topics will be covered:

  • Understanding the key principles of agile project management, such as the agile manifesto and the scrum framework
  • Techniques for collaborative planning, such as user stories and sprint planning
  • Managing project backlogs and prioritizing work
  • Conducting daily stand-up meetings and sprint retrospectives
  • Continuous improvement and adaptation

Practical exercises

  • User story exercise: Participants will work in groups to develop user stories for a specific project, identifying user needs and requirements.
  • Sprint planning exercise: Participants will plan a sprint for a specific project, including backlog refinement, prioritization, and task assignment.
  • Retrospective exercise: Participants will conduct a retrospective on a completed sprint, identifying successes and areas for improvement.


(included in 3hr sessions)

  • The agile manifesto and principles: This framework outlines the key values and principles of agile project management, such as customer collaboration, responding to change, and working software.
  • The scrum framework: This framework outlines a process for iterative, incremental project management, including roles such as the product owner, scrum master, and development team.
  • The Kanban method: This framework provides a visual approach to project management, using a Kanban board to visualize work and track progress.


Participants will leave this session with a solid understanding of agile project management and how it can be used to improve collaboration, flexibility, and iterative development. They will be equipped with the tools and techniques needed to plan and prioritize work, conduct daily stand-up meetings and sprint retrospectives, and continuously improve their processes.