A project manager usually takes care of the control of time and tasks, trying to minimise the drifts of scope and cost of the projects, therefore working exclusively on the tactical level. However, the development of a product requires strategic thinking and if it is also done in Agile mode, the focus of management changes from controlling time, tasks and scope to providing a product with constant adaptation to change (as opposed to controlling tasks and scopes) and monitor that there is a delivery of value aligned with the corporate strategy and user satisfaction.
Aimed at: Executive Directors in charge of defining business strategies based on Agile / Scrum forms of work, sales force involved in the sale of services or products developed through these frameworks, product managers (Product Managers, Product Owners), SW development managers with Agile teams under their charge, “traditional” Project Managers and PMOs who must transition to the role of Product Owner / Manager Agile
Duration: The temporary space of the course covers 12 weeks (2 of them of Pre-course) with an estimated student dedication, around 60 hours during these 12 weeks.
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