Fair Lakes Luncheons

PMIWDC's free monthly brown bag luncheons in Fair Lakes Virginia, hosted by Avaya Government Solutions.

PMI Membership is not required, nor is preregistration. This forum provides local education, networking and the opportunity for certified program managers to earn continuing education credits (PDUs).

If you have any questions, please contact fairlakes@pmiwdc.org

  • It Worked for Us- Challenges and Solutions for BIG Agile Teams

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    About the Program

    The typical sweet spot for an agile team is 7 people +/- 2. What challenges are faced when your project has 20+ developers and how did we handle it ? Join Edmond Joe and Shannon Griffith as they share their insights and stories of what worked for them.

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    It Worked for Us- Challenges and Solutions for BIG Agile Teams

  • It Worked for Us- Challenges and Solutions for BIG Agile Teams

    $0.00
    Event Date: 
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    About the Program

    The typical sweet spot for an agile team is 7 people +/- 2. What challenges are faced when your project has 20+ developers and how did we handle it ? Join Edmond Joe and Shannon Griffith as they share their insights and stories of what worked for them.

    Corporate Registrations and Sponsorships: 

    It Worked for Us- Challenges and Solutions for BIG Agile Teams

  • It Worked for Us- Challenges and Solutions for BIG Agile Teams

    $0.00
    Event Date: 
    -

    About the Program

    The typical sweet spot for an agile team is 7 people +/- 2. What challenges are faced when your project has 20+ developers and how did we handle it ? Join Edmond Joe and Shannon Griffith as they share their insights and stories of what worked for them.

    Corporate Registrations and Sponsorships: 

    It Worked for Us- Challenges and Solutions for BIG Agile Teams

  • Assessing the Maturity of Agile Teams

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    About the Program

    We will discuss different models of assessing agile teams maturity and approaches to generate a coaching action plan. Specific items that will be addressed include; TDA (Team Diagnostic Assessment) Digital Services Playbook

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    Assessing the Maturity of Agile Teams

  • The ServiceNow Effect – Project and Portfolio Management Moves to the Cloud

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    About the Program

    ServiceNow’s Jakarta release of its IT Business Management (ITBM) Solution leverages a common platform, a configuration management database, and resource capabilities to align strategy with critical business and technology services, programs, and applications. Project and Portfolio managers are talking about using a common platform, flexible workflow, and configurability as prominent features that are helping them to deliver on their strategic technology portfolios. A demo of the Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Suite will highlight:

    Corporate Registrations and Sponsorships: 

    The ServiceNow Effect – Project and Portfolio Management Moves to the Cloud

  • The ServiceNow Effect – Project and Portfolio Management Moves to the Cloud

    $0.00
    Event Date: 
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    About the Program

    ServiceNow’s Jakarta release of its IT Business Management (ITBM) Solution leverages a common platform, a configuration management database, and resource capabilities to align strategy with critical business and technology services, programs, and applications. Project and Portfolio managers are talking about using a common platform, flexible workflow, and configurability as prominent features that are helping them to deliver on their strategic technology portfolios. A demo of the Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Suite will highlight:

    Corporate Registrations and Sponsorships: 

    The ServiceNow Effect – Project and Portfolio Management Moves to the Cloud

  • Managing Stakeholders with Competing Priorities

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    About the Program

    When managing a project within your own organization, or a client’s, a project manager may encounter stakeholders with priorities that do not align. For instance, one stakeholder may view a project as a necessary investment, while another may view the project as a waste of time and money. If those priorities are competing, this can have a negative effect on the project’s outcome by causing delays, excessive frustration, or even project failure.

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    Managing Stakeholders with Competing Priorities

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