25 June 2010 13:30pm
Hi, I am looking to change direction from my current job and move into a Project Manager role in web development. I have no formal Project Management training and am trying decide whether I should do a Prince2 course or go for Agile SCRUM - or maybe I should do both.
Any advice on this would be appreciated.
Business Development Head at SIA iDeaTurf Consulting
01 July 2010 07:27am
In my view Agile SCRUM would be a better option. Given the fact that offices are now so globally distributed, I think Agile is here to stay. Being a certified SCRUM master would definitely be a feather in the cap.
Head of Professional Development Services at Econsultancy
01 July 2010 09:51am
Yes, I agree with John, the Agile route is almost certainly the one you'll come across most often. We don't run accreddited SCRUM courses, but we do run a Web Project Management one-day workshop which evaluates differenct project management approaches, and examines Agile in good depth. It will provide a great overview, as well as giving you plenty of opportunity to talk to others already working in the area and get some advice from the tutor.
You can find more info on our training pages, or drop us a note to
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