A Roadmap for (Agile) Engineering Best Practices
What Every Non-Technical Person Needs to Know
PMIWDC Non-Member Rate
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Department of Agriculture, Cafeteria Conference Room
12th and Independence Ave, SW, (Wing 2 Entrance)
- 11:30 am: Networking begins
- 12:00 – 1:00 pm: Program
About the Presentation
The presentation will review an Agile Roadmap, the steps and best practices to building quality. The roadmap explains what the practices are, the tools that support the practices, a recommended sequence to implement, and effort to implement. The presentation gives a non-technical look at a technical concept.
The M2D2 event is free of charge and open to all interested PMs. Preregistration is required.
Metro Accessible via Smithsonian Station.
Government ID or Photo ID is required to enter the facility.
This is a brown bag luncheon. Guests are asked to bring their lunch or visit the on site cafeteria.
About the Speaker
Richard Cheng, Principal Consultant at Excella Consulting, provides consulting services to commercial and federal clients in the Washington, DC area. Richard coaches, mentors, and trains clients on understanding and implementing Agile and Scrum. He also leads Excella’s Agile Center of Excellence. A graduate of Virginia Tech, Richard has authored several publications on project management, presented at Agile and PMI sponsored industry events, is a member of Mensa, and holds certifications including Certified Scrum Training (CST), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) and Project Management Professional (PMP). Richard is a founder and on the executive committee of the Agile Defense Adoption Proponents Team (ADAPT).
About the M2D2 Monthly Downtown DC Meetings
PMIWDC holds a free monthly brown bag meeting at the US Department of Agriculture. These meetings are free, and open to the public, but preregistration is required.