Agile Project Management

"There is no such thing as an Agile project manager!" 
Some preconceived notions have a way of living. How can you continue to excel in your role when the organization changes and you find yourself caught up in contradictory dynamics?

Duration: 4 half-days 14 hours (4 x 8:30 am to 12 pm) 
Target audience:

  • Project coordinators and managers 
  • Delivery Managers
  • Project controllers (PCO) or project office members 
  • Team leaders, leads and managers 


  • Knowledge and understanding of project management.
  • No Agile prerequisites.


Not only are Project Management and Agile compatible, they are necessary for the survival of our organizations in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world.

How do we move from mastering tools and processes to continuous improvement? From resource management to collaboration? From long-term planning to iterative delivery with learning? From control to emergence?  
These are the questions we will answer together to help you better understand your role and influence your organization.


  • Reconcile traditional project management with the Agile mindset
  • Become familiar with the most common Agile approaches, methodologies and frameworks
  • Become aware of the possible links with your professional life
  • And walk away with actionable takeaways for your organization.

What you will learn:

Each session offers experience and knowledge sharing, hands-on activities, references and tools to go further, and time to reflect on the application of the learnings in your professional environment. 

  • Session #1 : Accompanying at the right level - the dual reality of organizations 
  • Session #2 : From project management to product management
  • Session #3 : Planning, strategy and metrics revisited
  • Session #4 : From Management to Collaboration, Putting People at the Center 

Public or private:
The intention of the training is definitely to go beyond the Agile theory to address the real issues and questions of the participants. 

  • In public mode, it is enriched by the sharing of experiences of participants from different organizations. 
  • In private mode, it gives the opportunity to develop a common understanding and to exchange with your collaborators on the culture of your organization and the systems in place, to better understand them and make them evolve.   

Before becoming a coach-mentor at Insight Flow, then an Agile trainer at Pyxis, Laurence Brablin worked for nearly 20 years in the digital services of large companies (from Cirque du Soleil to Desjardins, including Domtar, Transcontinental Médias, Ville de Montréal and Radio-Canada), including more than 10 years as a project manager, then as a Scrum Master and Agile Coach.
Today, she coaches professionals to find their place in organizations where their role is more crucial than ever. 

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