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Subject Code – MIS608




Agile project management is a repetitive project management strategy that focuses on breaking down huge projects into smaller, more manageable tasks that are accomplished in short iterations over the course of the project life cycle.

Steps in Agile Methodology

⦁    Project Planning

⦁    Product roadmap creation

⦁    Release planning

⦁    Sprint planning

⦁    Daily stand-ups

⦁    Sprint review and retrospective

Benefits of Agile Project Management

Apart from time-saving and cost controlling benefits, Agile Project Management has many other benefits like:

⦁    Customers’ individual requirements can be given more attention.

⦁    Waste was reduced by reducing the number of materials used.

⦁    Increased adaptability, allowing teams to quickly adapt to new situations.

⦁    Project management is improved.

⦁    Project turnaround times are shorter.

⦁    Detection of product flaws or problems in a shorter amount of time.

⦁    Collaboration and feedback will occur more frequently.

⦁    Improvements to the development process.


Learning Outcomes:

⦁    Undertake research to display an understanding of Agile concepts, tools, and techniques.

⦁    Within the framework of a business case study, discuss and demonstrate basic concepts of agile methodology.

⦁    To illustrate a solution to a complicated business need while aligning strategies to business goals defined by changing business requirements, communicate the benefits of an agile PM plan in the context of a business case.

⦁    Within the technique utilized in this subject, reflect on the Agile process and its impact on an individual’s professional growth, with a focus on Agile roles within teams.

⦁    Develop and communicate to an organization’s stakeholders a collaborative plan that embraces the concepts of agile methodology.

Task 1

You will be required to prepare a report covering the following concepts and areas of


  1. VUCA
  2. The Agile Manifesto
  3. The Case for Agile
  4. Agile vs. Waterfall
  5. A Comparison of Scrum and Kanban
  6. The influence of Lean on the Agile philosophy and practices


You have to create 6 boxes, each one covering a specific knowledge area:

Box 1 – VUCA.

Box 2 – Authors of the Agile Manifesto.

Box 3 – Agile vs Waterfall.

Box 4 – The case for Agile

Box 5 –  Comparison of Scrum and Kanban

Box 6 – The influence of lean on the Agile philosophy and practices

Task 2

You are required to write and submit a 1500-word individual reflection about how your work as an Agile Team is progressing so far. You are required to use Kolb’s Experiential Learning Cycle as a framework for this exercise and your reflection should clearly follow the steps of the framework.

  1. Describe your personal concrete experience – by this stage of the trimester, your team is formed with a Working Agreement and moving forward with the project using the cycle of sprint planning, sprint reviews, and sprint retrospectives.
  2. Undertake a reflective observation on your experience working as a self-organizing Agile team so far: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
  3. Using the abstract Agile concepts that you have learned: Working Agreements, Self- organized teams, the Agile Mindset, Psychological Safety, reflection in Agile practices and Servant Leadership considers whether your team is working effectively as an Agile Team.
  4. Plan your next steps of active experimentation: what will you do in the next phase of the project to bring those abstract Agile concepts to your practice and how do you believe that this will bring your team greater success.

Task 3

In this group project, you will need to form a team of 5-6 students.

Your team will be required to produce a 2500 word report for your case organization.

Your team is Agile domain specialists and you are required to produce a report for the company to help them undertake an Agile transformation within an area of their business. You will need to cover the following knowledge areas in accordance with the requirements of the case study to demonstrate that you are able to apply your theoretical understanding of the concepts to an authentic case study. The concepts are listed in no order, and it is up to the team to decide which order they should be addressed in the report to best convey the required response to your client:

  1. Product Vision and Roadmap
  2. Release planning and cadence
  3. Agile requirements
  4. Lean Startup tools used in Agile
  5. Agile estimating and planning
  6. Agile ceremonies
  7. Agile velocity
  8. Scaling agile

As part of the project, the group will select to either use Kanban/Scrum as an Agile project management practice and are required to attach a snapshot of either their Scrum boards or Kanban each week at the conclusion of each weekly Sprint in the appendices of the report, making clear which practice was a selected and why.

Report Format

Title Page

A cover page will be required which must include the following information:

  1. Subject Code
  2. Subject name
  3. Assessment number
  4. Assessment title
  5. Class CRN
  6. Learning Facilitator’s name
  7. Student names
  8. Student numbers (‘A’ number)

Introduction (300-350 words): this will also serve as your statement of purpose for the report. This means that you will tell the reader what you are going to cover in your report. You will need to inform the reader of:

  1. Your area of research and its context
  2. The key concepts you will be addressing are
  3. What the reader can expect to find in the body of the report

Body of the report

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