Agile Project Management (DSDM Atern), a Quick Reference Card

images-2In my previous blog about Agile PMO, I promised to give a quick reference card of the Agile Project Management.

The Agile Project Management Handbook represents the core guidance for managing agile projects, based on DSDM Atern. Atern is the only agile approach to focus on delivery of projects in a fully agile way.

The Atern philosophy is that any project must be aligned to clearly defined strategic goals and focus upon early delivery of real benefits to the business.

The Atern Framework details a set of eight working Principles. These guide practitioners in the adoption of the philosophy. They are supported by a Project Lifecycle (Process) with defined Products, Roles and Responsibilities (People) and recommended Techniques (Practices).

In the quick reference card I show all processes, documents and activities. Feel free to comment, or suggest improvements.

To download: Agile PM (Product model, 130119) v0.6

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3 responses to “Agile Project Management (DSDM Atern), a Quick Reference Card

  1. If you are interested for further AgilePM methogolody learning, here is mind map summarizing whole AgilePM: https://www.mindmeister.com/287712070

  2. Helen Shaddick

    Hi Henny,

    We used your AGILE PM reference card to study for our AGILE Atern qualification (foundation and practitioner). The class found it useful, and I have not seen an image that captures the whole process of AGILE atern. Thank-you tremendously for that.

    Helen (London)

    • Hi Helem, please take a look on my mind map, there you wil find Reference Card explaining whole project Lifecycle with Roles and Responsibiliteis. All in one big searchable PDF file.

      My students are giving me very good feedback on this.

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