Agile Project Management
The place to learn something valuable
About Agile PMM
Agile Project Management Mentorship delivers the necessary knowledge & tools to help you successfully complete your projects. Whether we are talking about a one time situation or you want to move your career further, I am here to support you.
Why choose Agile PMM? With over 8 years of vast experience, working as a Developer, Tester and now Product and Project Manager, I have challenged myself and worked on multiple international projects with teams all over the world in order to ensure that the work is being delivered at the expected quality, within the budget and timeline.
How does this work? Whether you’re dealing with a specific matter and you need guidance to get over it, or you are looking for support in your career, the Mentorship program offers several pricing plans. Including one that is FREE.
What is included? Technical skills are not sufficient if you do not know how to talk and work with people. By signing up to his mentorship program, you will learn both and will have the right support whenever is needed.
Knowledge & Skills
With over 8 years of experience working in the Software Development industry, which included hands on experience, I have the know-how to help you deliver the project on time. Starting my career as a developer, I migrated to a Project Manager position. This experience exposed me to all the different stages of a Software Development Life Cycle: requirements definition, design, implementation, testing & deployment.
Working with teams & clients from all around the world, I managed all types of projects such as educational, e-commerce, insurance, medical, SaaS, B2B or B2C on different platforms: mobile, web and desktop.
Requirements Analysis & Design
As a Certified SCRUM Product Owner, I guided clients towards applied best practices. Using the power of value driven workshops, the experience gathered along these years will help you ask the right questions, conduct extensive market research and identify your competition.
Implementing without a plan is like shooting yourself in the leg. This is where the developer experience comes in place. As a Project Manager you need to understand how software is built, what are the dependencies, what's the team capacity, the cost, the scope and much more information that's not necessarily tight to the technical skills, but also soft skills.
Quality is what should drive any project. There are multiple ways of integrating testing during the development time and the ISTQB theory explains it in detail. Having experience in delivering projects with large user bases, coming up with an excellent workflow to ensure the right quality was critical for the success of any project.
Deployment & Maintenance
The last 20% of a project will usually make you feel like this is a never-ending project. Closure is as important as any other stage of the Software Development Life Cycle.
Why do you have to do it? How do you prepare for it? What are the steps? These are all important questions that will need to be answered. With the right support you will be able to deliver the project in the right parameters.
John Normann Burke-Hansen - CTO & Partner @Digizuite
His great understanding of business processes, product delivery, software quality and customer demands have given him the opportunity to influence the R&D processes and was a great help in shifting from a long used Waterfall model to an Agile model.
You want to share some ideas or you're dealing with some challenges at work but you're not sure if you're taking the right decision? Or maybe you're curious how to start your Project Management career. Let's chat!
Besides the priority service, you will have access to my services 7 days a week. I will help you structure your projects, advise you where needed and together we can make sure to deliver the project in time. Risk Management, Team Motivation and Stakeholder Engagements are a few of the things we're going to do.
You don't need a mentor, but you need someone to help you with a very specific matter. Give me a bit of context and together we'll make it work. A session consists of: Initial Meeting, Action Plan, Follow-up and Closure.
This is where your Project Management journey starts
In doubts of where you are or how you can achieve your next level, let's meet over a coffee on Skype, Meet or Zoom. Trust and communication are 2 key factors for any successfull collaboration.