Addressing Your Agile/Scrum Challenges - Fixing What is Broken & Maximizing What You Have
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About the Seminar
Attend a one-day workshop and learn lessons that will help you maximize your Agile/Scrum efforts and investment and identify strategies to address those area that pose a challenge. Without close attention to the practices used, Agile/Scrum implementations can quickly lead to quality problems, chaos, and missed budgets and deadlines. When an Agile/Scrum implementation has problems, no one is having fun. This seminar is about maximizing the benefits of your Agile/Scrum implementation while addressing the problems and frustrations encountered so far. If you are new to Agile/Scrum, this session will tell you what to look out for.
You will learn how to:
- Grow your Agile/Scrum teams to perform at their best.
- Identify your Agile/Scrum strengths, diagnose the challenges, and set improvement priorities.
Marriott Courtyard – Tyson’s Corner
1960-A Chain Bridge Road
McLean, VA, 22102
8:00 AM - Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM - Seminar Begins
4:30 PM - Seminar Ends
(Fee includes seminar, materials, breakfast, and lunch)
$335.00 - Member Registration
$360.00 - Nonmember Registration
About the Speakers
Neil Potter is co-founder of The Process Group, a company formed in 1990 that consults on process improvement, CMMI, Scrum, software engineering and project management.
He has 28 years of experience in software and process engineering. Neil is a CMMI-Institute certified lead appraiser for SCAMPI appraisals, Intro to CMMI instructor (development and services), Six Sigma Greenbelt and Certified Scrum Master. He has a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Essex (UK) and is the co-author of Making Process Improvement Work - A Concise Action Guide for Software Managers and Practitioners, Addison-Wesley (2002), and Making Process Improvement Work for Service Organizations, Addison-Wesley (2012). The Process Group consults to software, IT, systems and hardware organizations.
About the Educational Seminars
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