Digital project management can be challenging. You may have to deal with mixed teams, all with different roles and responsibilities, and manage tight budgets and deadlines. The fluidity of the digital landscape and having to cope with the expectations of others add even more layers of difficulty.
Applying the approaches and methods of other industries to the problems specific to digital publishing requires thought, skill and a process of continuous improvement. This two-day course provides the skills needed to manage digital projects using Agile and other iterative techniques, through both classroom-based learning and follow-up coaching by email.
You’ll find that it’s relevant to all products requiring the writing of custom software and the machine-readable mark-up of content and metadata.
Those involved in the management and delivery of digital projects, including editors, commissioning editors, web managers, project managers and publishers will benefit from this course.
Learn how to: understand the difference between managing print and digital projects; deliver fit-for-purpose digital projects within required time scales and budget, even if specifications and the budget change; manage complex projects, using interactive project management techniques and Agile, Lean and Kanban methodologies; deal with inputs from multiple stakeholders; select suppliers and put together teams that can deliver digital projects.