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Agile Project Management

The course Agile Project Management provides you with an introduction to the basic elements of agile ways of working. You will gain a solid foundation of how to use agile methods and tools and you will have the opportunity to actually practice agile techniques. The course is specifically designed for those who work in projects and who wish to achieve better results through the use of agile approaches.



All course activities vil be evaluated by the participants

The evaluation is based on: 375 participants

Adapt to the changed requirements and expectations with agile product development

Agile product development and agile project management have become increasingly popular over the last couple of decades, and for good reason. Organizations face constant changes to their products and services resulting in needs to adapt to new customer demands and regulatory requirements. Agile product development in projects is a good way to adapt to these rapidly changing requirements and expectations. This to ensure that you are delivering the right product to your customers (both internal and external) and that you are delivering it the right way (at the right quality).

Participant profile

This course is designed for those who are interested in getting access to agile tools, knowledge about agile concepts, agile frameworks and agile techniques – and who would like to be able to use all this in a practical project context immediately after the course.

Please note that you can apply for funding through the Finance Competence Fund (Finanskompetencepuljen) for this course if you are employed in a company covered by the agreement between FA and Finansforbundet.

You do not need any special prerequisites to participate in the course, but it will be an advantage if you have a basic understanding of projects as a working method.

Course benefits

  • Understand how agile product development differs from plan-driven development methods
  • Learn about the gains and pitfalls of both approaches
  • Understand the most common agile frameworks (e.g., Scrum, Kanban, Lean startup) and how they can be applied in a project context
  • Understand roles and responsibilities in Scrum and in the Spotify model
  • Learn basic agile techniques and methods, such as value proposition canvas, product vision, product and sprint goals, user stories, release planning, product backlog refinement, user stories, and planning poker
  • Learn to take an adaptive approach to project management to ensure that the right user product is developed


  • Definition of agile and how it differs from a plan-driven approach to projects
  • The Manifesto for Agile Product Development
  • Benefits and pitfalls of using agile approaches
  • Introduction to basic agile approaches (e.g. Scrum, Kanban, Lean Startup)
  • Timeboxing and how it affects your ability to remain in control
  • Agile tools and techniques for planning and management
  • Value proposition canvas
  • Product vision statement
  • Product goals and Sprint goals
  • Product backlog creation, management, and refinement
  • User stories and acceptance criteria
  • Release planning
  • Estimation techniques such as planning poker
  • Burn charts to measure progress
  • MoSCoW prioritization as a technique that helps you safeguard the quality of the products
  • Visualization through boards and information radiators
  • Roles in agile product development and how we can apply these along with the traditional project management roles
  • Product Owner
  • Scrum Master
  • Development Team
  • Roles in the Spotify model
  • Agile leadership – behaviour and servant leadership


Practice makes perfect! This is a practice-oriented course that translates theory into practice, so you learn the techniques through exercises. Therefore, you will practice what you have learned immediately, as close to reality as possible.


Course taught in English. Course material in English.


Flemming Wegeberg_web2024

Flemming has been responsible for the planning, execution, and implementation of numerous projects in both the private and the public sector. In addition to his extensive practical experience, Flemming excels in project management methodologies, encompassing both agile and traditional approaches. As an adept instructor, Flemming emphasizes active student engagement and participation. Flemming holds certifications in SAFe, Scrum, AgilePM®, PRINCE2®, PRINCE2 Agile®, MSP®, and ITIL.

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