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  • What is the Difference Between Scrum and Agile?

    Posted at 24 May 2017 by Stuart Armstrong
    While aspects of Scrum and Agile can seem similar, it is important to note the differences. Agile describes a range of working practices. Scrum can be described as an Agile framework in that it follows Agile principles, but its approach also varies in such a way that it can be classed as a separate methodology.
  • Top Tips for Passing Your ITIL Foundation Training

    Posted at 19 May 2017 by David Baker
    Passing ITIL Foundation takes time and dedication. If you are planning on undergoing ITIL training and are looking for tips on how to pass your exam, here is some advice to take with you.
  • How Lean Six Sigma Can Improve Your Earning Potential

    Posted at 09 May 2017 by David Baker
    Lean Six Sigma is one of the most powerful management tools utilised in the professional world and by completing a course in Lean Six Sigma you stand a great chance of improving your earning potential.
  • What a Project Management Qualification Could Mean For You

    Posted at 03 May 2017 by David Baker
    Progression in our career of choice is something we all seek to achieve over the duration of our lives. While some jobs may not directly benefit from project management qualifications, all career pathways can certainly look to benefit from the skills and techniques taught during these courses.
  • Different Types Of Project Management Qualifications

    Posted at 27 April 2017 by David Baker
    Knowing which project management qualification is best suited to your career prospects or your current place of employment is exceptionally important. Project management qualifications can open a whole new world of opportunities for those who are looking to boost their careers, but one of the most commonly asked questions is which project management qualification is the most suitable for you.
  • 10 Reasons to Learn Java Programming

    Posted at 20 April 2017 by David Baker
    There are a wide range of programming languages out there to work with if you are considering a future in programming, and among the best, most successful and popular of these has to be Java. Here are just some of the reasons why you should consider learning Java programming and improving your programming know-how
  • PRINCE2 vs Scrum

    Posted at 10 April 2017 by David Baker
    On a daily basis, we have people turning to us asking which is better when choosing between PRINCE2 and Scrum. The issue with trying to compare these courses is that they are completely different species – where one excels the other falls short and vice versa. However, if you want to ask which of these courses is better for you, we would be able to find a more definite answer.
  • Why Your Employer Will Want You to Have PRINCE2

    Posted at 04 April 2017 by David Baker
    PRINCE2 is the course that defines the standards of project management. As one of the most highly valued managerial courses available, it is capable of improving your chances of a good career if you are taking your first steps on your career ladder.
  • PRINCE2 vs Agile

    Posted at 30 March 2017 by David Baker
    Here at The Knowledge Academy, we are taking a look at the difference between the PRINCE2 and Agile qualifications that are on offer here.
  • The Biggest Issues Faced In Project Management

    Posted at 28 March 2017 by David Baker
    While project management is a very rewarding and empowering position to be in within a company, there are a number of drawbacks that can be faced. Many bosses understand the importance of project management and invest a lot into making sure it’s managers are knowledgeable enough to deal with problems that can crop up on a daily basis.
  • The Differences Between Relationship And Task Orientated Management

    Posted at 22 March 2017 by David Baker
    Those who are looking for a management style that means work gets completed on time and in an efficient fashion could consider implementing a task orientated management style. Find out more...
  • Where does Six Sigma not work?

    Posted at 02 March 2017 by David Baker
    There are many stories about Six Sigma being no longer useful and crushing creativity. This is misleading; Six Sigma only fails when it is used improperly.

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