Virtual Meeting: Eight Principles for Successful Distributed Agile Teams
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Register TODAY! Registration is complimentary. Pre-registration is required to receive call-in information. This will be sent the day before the event and one hour prior to the start time.
The common advice for a distributed agile team is, “Don’t do that!” And, we know that at least half of all agile teams are distributed. The common advice isn’t working or useful.
However, many agile teams have problems using agile approaches. Too often, that’s because they don’t understand the principles of successful distributed agile teams. You’ll learn the eight principles of successful distributed agile teams, and how you might take small steps to increase your team’s success. We’ll discuss hours of overlap, transparency, experimentation, communication and more.
• Establish acceptable hours of overlap.
• Create transparency at all levels.
• Create a culture of continuous improvement with experiments.
• Practice pervasive communication at all levels.
• Create a project rhythm.
• Assume good intention.
• Create a culture of resilience.
• Default to collaborative work.
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Registration is complimentary. Pre-registration is required to receive call-in information. This will be sent the day before the event and one hour prior to the start time.
5:00 PM - PMIWDC Book Club
6:15 PM - PM Industry Insights
7:30 PM - Dinner Speaker
About the Speakers
Johanna Rothman, known as the “Pragmatic Manager,” provides frank advice for your tough problems. She helps leaders and teams see and solve problems, resolve risks, and manage their product development.
Johanna was the Agile 2009 conference chair and was the co-chair of the first edition of the Agile Practice Guide. Johanna is the author of these books:
• Write a Conference Proposal the Conference Wants and Accepts
• Modern Management Made Easy series
• From Chaos to Successful Distributed Agile Teams (with Mark Kilby)
• Create Your Successful Agile Project: Collaborate, Measure, Estimate, Deliver
• Agile and Lean Program Management: Scaling Collaboration Across the Organization
• Manage Your Project Portfolio: Increase Your Capacity and Finish More Projects, 2nd edition
• Project Portfolio Tips: Twelve Ideas for Focusing on the Work You Need to Start & Finish
• Diving for Hidden Treasures: Finding the Value in Your Project Portfolio (with Jutta Eckstein)
• Predicting the Unpredictable: Pragmatic Approaches to Estimating Project Schedule or Cost
• Manage Your Job Search
• Hiring Geeks That Fit
• The 2008 Jolt Productivity award-winning Manage It! Your Guide to Modern, Pragmatic Project Management
• Behind Closed Doors: Secrets of Great Management
She writes articles and columns all around the web, including projectmanagement.com. In addition, she writes the Managing Product Development blog on her web site, jrothman.com, as well as a blog on createadaptablelife.com.
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The PMIWDC Monthly Dinner Meetings are held at the Sheraton Tysons (8661 Leesburg Pike, Tysons, VA 22182), typically on the third Tuesday of each month (subject to change due to holidays and venue/speaker availability). Members and non-members are welcome to join us for the best speakers and networking the Washington, DC area has to offer.
The presentations are educational and informative to those professionals operating in the field of project management and functioning in leadership roles in industry and government. It is also of great value to those looking to step into the field of Project Management and begin their certification process. Each event will present specific learning points focusing on building a talent triangle of technical, leadership, and strategic and business management skills, unique to the presenter's area of expertise and the subject matter discussed while directly relating to improving the practice of managing projects and leading others. At each Monthly Chapter Event certified PMPs can earn 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU).