Intro to Agile Project Management

Date & Time: 

  Monday 11/26/2018 - 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM


  Homewood Suites by Hilton/Medical Center
Register for the course at the Fort Worth PMI Chapter / Banyan Group CoBranding Site.

Register: here



Start Time: 8:30 AM

PDUs: 8

Location: Hilton Homewood Suites Fort Worth Medical Center,  2200 Charlie Lane, Fort Worth, TX  76104

Course Cost: 
Chapter Member Price: $295

Not a member of Fort Worth Chapter and want to be?  

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Course Description
Project Management professionals are familiar with the concepts of traditional project management, but some companies are turning to Agile Project Management. In this course, students will not only receive a thorough introduction to Agile project management, but will also learn how it aligns with traditional, PMBoK-based project management.

If you're considering PMI's new Agile Certified Practitionner (PMI-ACP), this course will give you 8 contact hours toward that certification in addition 8 PDUs or contact hours toward the PMP certification.

Course Objective
Students will identify the Agile project management principles and learn how to use Scrum to manage projects.

Target Student
This course is intended for Project Managers, Program Managers, or anyone who wants to learn about Agile Project Management.

Attendees will receive the following: 
- Course workbook 
- Continental breakfast

Delivery Method
Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.

Performance-Based Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 
- describe Agile project management.
- describe the Scrum methodology used to manage a project.
- manage projects using the Scrum methodology.
- understand the critical success factors to implement Agile.


Ed Olszanowski, PMP, PMI-ACP
Ed is a Retired USAF Veteran and brings over 29 years of project, program and portfolio management experience to the classroom. He has an energetic passion for teaching project management and takes time to ensure students understand the material before moving forward. Ed has thousands of hours in the classroom teaching project management courses. He is a former president of the Alamo PMI Chapter and has an Executive MBA from the University of Texas San Antonio and Bachelors in Management of Information Systems from Colorado Technical University



PMI & Fort Worth Chapter Membership

How do I become a PMI member?
The easiest method is through the website.  Click "Join" (upper right corner of page). You will have the option to add chapter membership at this time as well.

How do I become a Fort Worth Chapter member?
If you are already a PMI member and wish to join our chapter, Go to the PMI Global website  Log in using your PMI member ID and password.   Click "Get Involved" and then click the "chapter" link.  Select the chapter and click the "join" button.

Members Only Event
This event is for Chapter members only. You may join (or add) this Chapter through the PMI Global website ( We typically receive your new membership information within 24 hours and you'll be able to sign-on to this Chapter website using your PMI ID number (or registered email address).