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The last time the PMBOK® Guide changed this dramatically was 1997 when Eliyahu Goldratt’s seminal work on Theory of Constraints was added. Since then the PMBOK® Guide has grown from 176 pages to 589 pages and our profession changed with it! Your career – your future! – require that you understand and integrate these upcoming changes successfully. This presentation has answers for YOU!!
Over the last five years John Stenbeck has become one of the most influential voices in this critical area by distilling high-value insights into Agile from a PMP®’s perspective. In fact, he has become known as the Godfather of Agile in a Traditional World. During this presentation he will show you a well-defined roadmap that applies Agile in ways that unlock all of your potential.
You know improving results is the key to career opportunity. This powerful presentation gives you specific, detailed information about if, when and how to use Agile in your current environment as well as to position yourself for future opportunities.
The information in this presentation is rigorous, concise and gets to the point with focused answers to your challenges. It is designed to be applied in your environment... and accelerate your career!
John G. Stenbeck, PMP, PMI-ACP, CSM, CSP, is the Founder of GR8PM, Inc. (pronounced “Great PM”). John is an Amazon #1 Best Selling author. His first two books achieved over $1 million in sales and his most recent one – the Agile Almanac – was ranked the Amazon #1 Best Seller in Agile Project Management and the Amazon #2 Best Seller in Project Management, where it trails only the PMBOK Guide.
Thursday, June 9, 2016 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (PDT) For quick registration click here
Pellegrino's Event Center - 5757 Littlerock Road Southwest, Tumwater, WA 98512
Using Agile can be challenging, and using Agile on government work increases the challenge. This workshop will cover the common constraints in delivering government projects using Agile.
Sponsored by PMI Olympia Chapter, Instructor Greg Smith, GS Solutions Group, will share numerous best practices for using Agile on government projects, and even discuss when Agile does not make sense for government work. The workshop is based on his experience with helping numerous government agencies such as the State of Washington, the State of Idaho, Fannie Mae, the City of New York, and the State of Texas.
The PMI Canadian West Coast Chapter is thrilled to announce the return of their annual professional development conference on May 31st – June 1st.
This highly anticipated conference has set our chapter and the West Coast project management community abuzz, promising an outstanding program set against the backdrop of Vancouver’s beautiful downtown skyline. This conference will inspire professionals, students and industry alike to look beyond comfort zones, push boundaries, collaborate, and connect.
Session topics include:
To find out more about the event or to register, visit: http://www.projectmanagementbc.ca