Learning Agile Project Management with the Beatles
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In January 1969, after not performing live for over 2 years, the Beatles got together to write and rehearse 14 new songs. The project goal was to deliver a show before a live audience which would then be recorded into an album. They had 30 calendar days and 21 working days to pull it off. They succeeded and unbeknownst to them, used some agile practices to achieve their goal. In this talk, we take a deep dive into 2021 The Beatles: Get Back documentary miniseries to tease out agile lessons.
- Applying flow-based agile methodology
- Engaging negative stakeholders
- Compare outcomes of agile vs. waterfall
1.0 (Business Acumen)
6:30 PM - Welcome & Opening
6:35 PM - Presentation Begins
7:35 PM - Q&A
7:55 PM - Closing Remarks
8:00 PM - Conclude
(Subject to HST)
PMI Toronto Members (login prior to registering) - Complimentary
Non-Members and Guests - $15.00
Wan How, PMP, PMI-ACP
Wan How is a career and project management coach specializing in helping project professionals advance their careers. In his project management career, Wan successfully rescued many troubled projects. These included turning around projects headed for failure within 30 days and compressing project timelines by half to deliver benefits in one year instead of two.
Wan has over twenty years of project management experience in traditional, agile and hybrid approaches. As the leader of a Project Management Office, he led a team of project managers and business analysts to deliver corporate projects tied to the organization's business plan and strategic objectives. He has worked in the information technology, government, higher education, oil and gas, and engineering sectors.
Wan is a graduate of Cambridge University. His areas of expertise include project management, IT management and facilitation. In addition to the PMP, Wan is an Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP). He has also attained the Certified Professional Facilitator with the International Association of Facilitators. You can find out more info about Wan here: https://wanhow.com.
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