PMI Toronto Agile Community: Choosing the Right Agile Process for Your Culture and Goals
For over 10 years, Agile adoptions are limited more by culture and management issues than anything else. Yet addressing that issues is fairly straightforward. By creating a map of your company culture, and the goals of leadership, you can plot not only what approach (such as SAFe, Disciplined Agile or other framework) fits your company culture but also point the direction of where we need to go - Agile as a means to an end, not going Agile just to "be Agile." Gain clarity on what Agile practices to use to move the needle in areas such as faster results, more predictability, greater collaboration and innovation, and help show other management and leadership how to support these efforts.
- Know the top reasons your Agile adoption is likely to stall
- Learn how to make a clear and practical map of your company culture (as-is and to-be)
- Identify what Agile frameworks fit best for certain cultures and culture goals
- Understand a best-practice framework that starts with business goals
- Create a Agile adoption roadmap that balances culture change, business goals, while addressing your current challenges
1.5 (1.0-Technical, 0.5-Leadership)
6:30 PM - Welcome & Opening
6:35 PM - Presentation Begins
7:35 PM - Q&A
7:55 PM - Closing Remarks
8:00 PM - Conclude
PMI Toronto Members (login prior to registering) - Complimentary
Non-Members and Guests - Complimentary
Scott Dunn is one of only approximately 100 dual Certified Enterprise Coach and Certified Scrum Trainer with more than 20 years of experience in management, project management (former PMP), engagement management and software development. He started as a ScrumMaster over 15 years ago, and has been coaching teams and organizations ever since using Scrum, SAFe, Kanban, Large Scale Scrum, the Spotify Model and other approaches. He and the coaches at Rocket Nine have helped over 16 companies with their Agile (not including the thousands he has trained for Certified ScrumMaster, Product Owner and Agile Leadership credentials), and are currently coaching at NASA, Army Research Lab, as well as a $4 billion medical device company and a bank with nearly $20 billion in assets.
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