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Teaching agile project management to the PMI

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1 Author(s)
M. Griffiths ; Quadrus Dev. Inc., Calgary, Alta., Canada

This paper describes the experience of teaching agile project management principles as part of the Project Management Institute (PM) annual conference (the PMI Global Congress) and subsequently as part of their approved traveling training series (the PMI SeminarsWorld Series). It outlines the challenges of getting material that conflicts with many traditional views of project management accepted by the PMI. It also contrasts learning styles between students at the PMI SeminarsWorld series, who have, on average over 20 years IT experience and graduate students covering the same material as part of an MSc program who have on average 3 years IT experience.

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Agile Development Conference (ADC'05)

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24-29 July 2005