We sat down and spoke with graduate instructor, Hillel Glazer, about the Product Development Using Second-Generation Agile course he is teaching in Spring 2022.

The Product Development Using Second-Generation Agile course teaches concepts collectively called “Flow.” Flow principles are universally applicable to any work situation—not just software and IT. Flow promotes agility, is inherently resilient to changes in circumstances, and adds a solid economic decision-making nervous system that earlier agile practices alone didn’t include. The course journeys through the evolution of modern product development methods and the challenges and how it came to be that there’s even a “second generation” of agile at all.

About UMBC’s Graduate Program in Engineering Management

The Engineering Management graduate program at UMBC will help you maximize your technical and business skills. Our program is best suited for engineers working in technology-oriented enterprises or government programs.

Interested in enrolling in this course?

Be on the lookout for this course, ENGM 691, once register for Spring 2022 opens!

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