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Slide 1: This is the introductory slide of “Agile Project Management Approach.” Add your company name here.
Slide 2: Use this slide to share the agenda for your presentation. Focus on the need to upgrade your software development from waterfall methodology to agile methodology.
Slide 3: Here is a slide to introduce the table of contents for your presentation like project overview, problems faced in previous projects, available agile frameworks, dashboards, etc.
Slide 4: This slide can be used to introduce the first heading of your presentation, i.e., the project overview.
Slide 5: This slide shows details about the project along with its cost and duration. It also covers a short summary of the project with objectives and expected outcomes.
Slide 6: Introduce the second heading of your presentation, i.e., the problems faced in previous projects in this slide.
Slide 7: This slide covers various problems faced by the project teams in previous projects. Emphasize how requirement analysis, unrealistic schedule, and inadequate testing were the main problems in your early projects.
Slide 8: This slide shows the waterfall approach currently used by the project management team for effectively managing the project tasks. It also offers the activities covered by each stage of the model, from analysis to operation and management.
Slide 9: Introduce the third heading of your presentation in this slide, i.e. the available agile frameworks.
Slide 10: Use the tabular format of this slide to illustrate various agile framework comparisons based on multiple parameters like workflow approach, coding standards, testing approach, and design complexity.
Slide 11: This slide shows the workflow of the scrum process. The product backlog takes user stories and product owner's input and ends at visibility and velocity.
Slide 12: This slide shows the workflow of the scrum process. It also covers various activities conducted in the product backlog, sprint backlog, backlog tasks, and sprint before delivering the product to customers.
Slide 13: In this slide, the workflow process of Kanban is depicted. The process covers phases such as customer requirement, feature preparation & selection, product development, testing, and delivery.
Slide 14: This slide illustrates the workflow of the extreme programming process. It includes stages beginning from the architectural spike, user stories to the small releases.
Slide 15: Introduce the fifth heading of the Table of Contents, i.e., the available agile frameworks and the project cost estimation.
Slide 16: This slide shows details about the project along with its cost and duration, and it also covers a short summary of the project with objectives and expected outcomes.
Slide 17: This slide covers planning poker, one of the agile estimation techniques. It shows various cards assigned with the number and interpretation of each.
Slide 18: This slide covers T-shirt sizes which is one of the agile estimation techniques. Here the estimators place their stories to appropriate shirt size assigned with calendar time, people and cost.
Slide 19: This slide covers the bucket system, which is one of the agile estimation techniques. Here the estimators place their story in a suitable bucket with a value starting from 0 to 200.
Slide 20: This tabular slide covers the various agile estimation techniques and their description, type of scales, suited for and benefit.
Slide 21: In this tabular slide, share the time and cost estimation required to complete various project phases like backend, frontend, QA, and design.
Slide 22: Introduce the seventh heading of your presentation, the agile project plan in this slide prepared monthly, yearly, and phase-wise.
Slide 23: This slide shows the monthly agile project plan covering various activities such as planning, configuring multilingual features, testing, and deployment in different sprints.
Slide 24: This slide shows the 12 monthly agile project plans of software development. It covers task name, responsible person, start date, end date, days, and completion status.
Slide 25: The following slide shows the agile project plan of software development covering each phase, such as business case, analysis, design, build, quality assurance library, and test.
Slide 26: The following slide presents the project communication plan of software development & installation. It shows sections such as what to communicate, deliverable, description, delivery method, frequency & owner.
Slide 27: Introduce the 9th and 10th heading of your table of contents in this slide, i.e. the hurdles to adopting agile and overcoming agile adoption barriers in this PPT slide.
Slide 28: This slide shares the possible barriers that the company may face while adopting agile methodology in project management. Specify barriers like lack of culture transition, insufficient agile experience & knowledge, lack of open communication, and unorganized resource pool.
Slide 29: The following slide shows the right solution to overcome the agile adoption barriers shared in the last slide such as hiring experienced agile leaders, project managers sharing constructive feedback, seeking experienced agile practitioners etc.
Slide 30: Share the titles of your presentation's 11th and 12th contents, i.e. the impact on performance and the dashboards in this slide.
Slide 31: This slide shows the performance comparison of before and after adopting agile methodology in project management.
Slide 32: This slide represents the software development project management dashboard. It covers the status of planning, design, development, testing project launch date, project budget, overdue tasks, workload, and upcoming deadlines.
Slide 33: This slide shows project progress through sprint completion status, allocated time, and actual time taken.
Slide 34: This is the icons slide for this presentation titled: “Agile Project Management Approach.”
Slide 35: This slide marks the beginning of additional slides to follow that comprises graphs, feedback review, and contact information.
Slide 36: This slide ushers the agile project management model that covers the agile lifecycle in a circular diagram form.
Slide 37: This slide presents a column chart to compare the performance of two years for fiscals.
Slide 38: This slide contains Post It Notes that can be used to express any brief thoughts or ideas.
Slide 39: This is the location slide to share any meaningful information about the agile framework from a geographical point of view.
Slide 40: This is an additional slide to suggest any creative ideas that can be deployed in this project.
Slide 41: This is a Thank You slide where details such as the address, contact number, email address are added.

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