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Featured Agile Training Classes

•  Agile Requirements—Live Virtual
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•  Agile Fundamentals—e-Learning
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•  PMI-ACP® Exam Prep—e-Learning
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Agile Training Options

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Classroom Instruction

Delivered by a professional instructor, our classroom-based Agile courses offer real-world knowledge and instruction to Agile Practitioners, on topics ranging from fundamentals to advanced offerings and certification prep.

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Instructor Led Virtual Classes

RMC can deliver true, classroom-style Agile learning to students in remote or multiple locations. Live online classes feature live chat, white boards, breakout rooms, file sharing, testing and other features.

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e-Learning Courses

Self-directed e-Learning courses allow students to learn at their own pace in their own environment. Our Agile courses are designed to cover the same content as the classroom and Live Online courses, allowing students another option for development.

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Self-Study Options

For students who cannot participate in live Agile training, RMC offers self-study products in the form of books, flashcards and software—as well as subscription-based, self-directed online courses.

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Agile Resources

ARTICLE: 7 Reasons to Add Agile to Your Management Toolbox by Eric P. Rudolf

In addition to improving product development results, did you know Agile principles and practices can also improve your effectiveness as a day-to-day manger, and the performance of your departments as a whole?

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BOOK: Becoming Agile in an Imperfect World
by Greg Smith and Ahmed Sidky

It's never easy to bring Agile into an existing organization with established people and practices. Learn practical techniques and strategies to move from your existing process to an Agile process—without starting from scratch!

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BOOK: PM the Agile Way: Making it Work in the Enterprise
by John C. Goodpasture

Written for experienced PMs, architects and systems analysts comfortable in traditional methods of PM, but required to learn agile for software projects. Also offers an understanding of making agile work in the enterprise.

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