Online Training: Agile Management of Automotive Software Projects
Course number: 01DP010
The VDI ‘Agile Management of Automotive Software Projects’ Online Training will show you how to choose the right agile project management method for your next software project and how to get started with it immediately. Even though ‘Scrum’ and ‘Kanban’ are currently appear as popular buzzwords it’s not always necessary the right approach for your project. Find out which method is most suitable for your project, which requirements and challenges the chosen method places upon colleagues and employees and how to keep a cool head as project leader.
Find the right project management method for your software project
There is a growing number of companies that see the benefit and need for becoming more agile – even in project management. While agile methods clearly have a certain appeal, many project leaders end up shying away from reaching into the agile toolbox when it comes to actually implementing them. Oftentimes, their concerns are well founded since not every project and not every company is suitable for a supposedly self-controlling methodology. Companies hope for increased motivation in employees, better responsiveness to changes in projects and a more pronounced team spirit when applying agile methods. However, every company should clearly assess whether agile methods can actually be employed in an effective and advantageous manner within their environment.
The 30-minute Agile Management of Automotive Software Project learning unit will show you,which agile methods are available to you and how to find the right method for your project.
The interactive online training will give you an overview of the fundamental key terms and bases of agile project management and will show you how to choose your method for your project. The online training will also give you a solid understanding of the differences between the actual workflow in agile and classic methods as well as the necessary characteristics of your project team to best deploy the chosen method. Scrum and Kanban will also be looked at in detail, which will give you a good basic understanding of the key terms, processes and application potentials these methods offer.
Combine further online training modules and become a VDI-certified Professional
‘Agile Management of Automotive Software Projects’ is part of the Automotive Software Project Management technical online course, which consists of 10 online training modules. The course will give you an understanding and help you to professionally manage agile software projects involving connected vehicles. You will learn about relevant process models for software development and how to apply them. Once you have completed all 10 online training modules and have passed the exam, you will be awarded the VDI-Certified Professional for Automotive Software Project Management certificate.
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Learning objectives for Agile Management of Automotive Software Projects:
- Build fundamental knowledge in agile project management
- Gain an understanding of key criteria for choosing the right method for your project
- Differentiation between agile and classic project management methods
- Management of the requirements the methods place on parties involved
- Scrum and Kanban application fields
Who should take part?
The Automotive Software Project Management technical online course, with the Agile Management of Automotive Software Projects learning unit is aimed at professionals and managers in the automotive and electrical engineering industry, who work in E/E systems and software development. In particular:
- Beginners and cross-starters in E/E systems
- Development engineers
- Project leaders and managers
- Organization developers
- Employees in software and consulting companies
Who has created this learning unit?
Felicita Scherer, Education & Qualification at Bertrandt Technologie GmbH, Klaus Härtl, Director of Engineering, Development Electronics at Bertrandt Group, Bertrandt Projektgesellschaft mbH.