Agile project management

The demands on projects are increasing. Ever better results must be achieved in ever shorter time. The agile methods and procedures promise exactly this. But first of all it is important to find out which problems and goals really lead to faster and better results with agile methods. This seminar teaches the success factors for agile approaches and the general conditions to be demanded by the client.

You want to

  • Learning Agile Principles and Scrum
  • Know the tool to master agile projects

You need

  • Methodical foundations for agile project management
  • Knowledge about faster and more cost-effective ways of handling development and innovation projects

You bring

  • Experience in project work (prospective Product Owners and Scrum Master, employee in agile teams, project manager, product manager, coach and consultant, responsible for project management, human resources and organizational development, client, program and portfolio manager
  • Possibly attendance of the seminar "Project Management - Methodology Basics" as a helpful basis

You learn

  • Know and understand the basic principles and elements of agile approach
  • Assess when an agile approach is worthwhile and when not
  • Know the main application possibilities and know when and how you can use which elements in a project
  • know concrete measures for the implementation of your findings and have defined and documented these for themselves

Topics covered by the seminar

Basics of agile project management:

  • Agile values and principles for agile projects
  • Principles of Lean
  • Overview agile methods
  • Mastering complexity
  • Decision support for agile, hybrid or classic approach

Apply Scrum:

  • Product Owner, Scrum Master, Team
  • Agile project planning / planning levels
  • Product vision and product concept
  • Analyse and evaluate stakeholders
  • product backlog
  • Prioritization of requirements
  • Sprint planning, backlog, review
  • Estimate of expenditure
  • Transparency: Definition of Done
  • Progress Review, Daily Scrum
  • Continuous improvement / Retrospective
  • Working in parallel teams

Soft skills:

  • Self-control and self-organisation
  • Collegial leadership
  • Trust
  • Leadership redefined

Methods that are used

  • In order to achieve an optimal transfer of practical experience, the seminar topics will be applied and discussed using current case studies from the participants' practice
  • The case studies are supplemented by a balanced ratio of teaching discussions and short presentations


You will receive documents in digital form, which can be accessed in your personal login area on the BWI homepage.

Katrin Lüthi
Max. Teilnehmer
2 days
CHF 1900
Since it is easier to learn with a familiar face: Bring your best colleague from the company and benefit from a 10% discount from the second participant onwards.