Agile concepts and tools first come from software development but SolidCreativity makes Agility efficiency available to all innovative and industrial domains.
The need to increase productivity, theorized by Taylor and Gantt, then applied in the 30's by Ford, formalized the assemble line work, Gantt chart planning and V cycle. Later, the will to master risks and quality, structured in the 70's with ISO or 6 Sigma for example, drove companies to continuous improvement and matrix organization.
Unfortunately, this is not enough to really manage some projects:
You will learn how to efficiently manage your industrial projects during early phases; from idea to innovation.
Using what you've learned, since the second day of training, gives new reflexes and makes the difference. At the end of the training, you have an Agile toolkit to efficiently add Agility to you project management processes. Following the training, a coaching can help to spread agility in your company.
Management, manager, project, innovative, creative, complex, Agile, tracking, milestone, objective, revew, gate, communication, industrial, R&D, R&T
Any people involved with a project that could benefit from an Agile management
Roles: R&D/R&T Manager, Project Manager, Project Team, Management...
Interactive examples show the differences between projects that can be handled with the traditional project management approach (V / cascade for example), and project (complex, R&D, early phases...) that would benefit from an Agile or Mixed project management (what project, when, why...).
Agile project management is presented with new concepts and tools, easy to use to maximize the result based on measurable objectives and smart risk management to achieve the right quality in time.
The learning curve starts with games and exercises to end with real Agile work on your own projects.
2 days / 14h
Group of 6 to 12 trainees