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In the Toolkit, we have looked at Agile Project Management as well as the history and the current challenges. We have touched on Leadership, Solving Problems and topics about Teams such as Building the Team, Optimum Agile Teams, The Team Ethos, Building the Team Ethos, Monitoring the team, Behaviour Courtesy and Knowledge transfer. We looked at Management Information and a selection of agile specific project topics Agile and Account Management, Agile and the PMO with Agile and the Customer. We addressed Stakeholder management and Repairing Broken Motivations.

We touched on Project Coaching and specifically Agile Coaching. We looked at Facilitation, Coaching Events and Styles as well as the Agile Project Experience Measurement (APEx) of Inexperienced Teams, Teams with Some Experience and Very Experienced Teams. We looked at Change and the topic of Organisational Change as well as the Change Management Principles and delivering Change using the Paris Method. We looked at how we Manage the primary Project Elements : Project Money, Project Quality and Project Time.

For the topic of The Project Money, we looked at Funding the Project. the Project Funding Cycle, Project Funds Allocation, the Funding Pool, Cost Centres, Project Funds Management, Project Funds Data Reporting, Project Profitability, Project ROI, Project Break Even Analysis as well as how we Monitor the Project Spend. We looked at the Management of cost, Budgets, Project Measurement and the Measurement of Cost, Agile Information Economics, Activity Based Costing, Agile Cost Measurement Rules, Currency and Cost data collection.



As an important part of project management we looked into the topic of Estimation, the process of Estimating and how to create Better Estimates. We gave a Background to Agile Estimating and the Estimating techniques of Parallel Estimation, Parallel Conversant Estimation, Parallel Empirical Estimation, Breakdown Estimation, Estimation Prototyping, Planning Poker Estimating, Wideband Delphi Estimating, Incremental Estimating and Estimate Management.

We looked at the important topic of Quality and how we address The Project Quality Every Minute, the Measurement of Quality. the Management of quality and the specific agile project related topics of Agile and Development Standards, Agile and Deliverable Quality, Agile and Deliverable Features, Agile and Identifying Waste, Agile and Evaluating Waste, Agile and Removing Waste, Agile and Independent Testing and the final topic in this section Agile and Achievement.

We looked in to The Project Time and the Measurement of Time, the Management of time, Gold Card days, Project Plans, the Setup Plan, the Delivery Plan, the Release Plan, the Training Plan and the general topic of Project Planning. We provided the section Agile Planning In A Paragraph, the topic of Planning and Re-planning as well as Agile and a Simple Plan.

We stepped it up a notch and looked at Organisational Planning and Funding, Strategy Alignment, the current usage of the Business Case, Economic and other feasibility, Benefits, How we Manage the Benefits and Project Management Benefit Metrics. We look at how we Manage the Project Portfolio and the Project Pipeline, the Project Pipeline Plan, Project RAG Status and Project RAG Status History. We looked at Pipeline Project Sizes, how we Manage the Pipeline and debate the delicate topic of Delivering Concurrent Projects.

Then we looked at Projects, Agile Projects, Agile Transformation and the Operating Model. Then we asked the simple but important questions What is a Project and What is a Programme? We looked at how to Choose the project and some Project Selection Parameters. Finally we investigated Stakeholders, how to Retain Stakeholder Involvement, Stakeholder Analysis, the RACI matrix and PUSH User Groups.

So, we have seen how we manage the projects; now we see how we deliver the projects.

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