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Online Webinar – Recorded January 23rd 2018
Activity Type: Education – Online or Digital Media Up to 1 PDU – Free
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ProjectManagement.com / Gantthead (REP #2488)
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In the webinar “Microsoft Project and Agile: Apples and Oranges?”, Bob Tyler (LinkedIn profile)  explored how to use Microsoft Project on the desktop to manage Agile projects.

In this webinar sequel, Bob will take it to the next level and discuss how to use Project Web App (PWA) to manage Agile projects! And you will do it without custom coding or writing macros!

Microsoft PPM (Project Portfolio Management – Microsoft Project with Project Server) is a very powerful scheduling tool, but it can also be used very effectively on projects using Agile or other iterative methodologies.

Using Project Server (on premise or Project Online), Bob will demonstrate how PWA can be used to do it!

Requiring nothing more than configuration changes to Microsoft Project and the Project Server, PPM can be used very successfully to manage Agile projects.

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Microsoft PPM & Agile:
Are They A Good Match?

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Live Webinar February 15th, 2018 11:00 am – 12:30 pm EST
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  1 Hour  1 PDU
Provider:  Computer Aid Inc IT Metrics & Productivity Institute
(Rep 2733)

In this webinar, Johanna Rothman will discuss how you can sequence work, break apart features into features sets so you can create a minimum viable product, and use rolling wave deliverable-based planning.

Presenter:  Johanna Rothman  (LinkedIn profile, @JohannaRothman) is an excellent Keynote speaker Author & Agile expert

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Johanna Rothman’s Agile Scheduling
With Rolling Wave Deliverable Roadmaps & Backlogs

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Online Webinar – Recorded at Agile 2013 Conference in Nashville
Activity Type: Education – Online or Digital Media 1 PDU – Free
Provider: NetObjectives (REP #3045)

Please Note – The sound on this session has an echo as it was recorded live – This is a very high quality session and well worth the sound quality.

There is a lot of confusion about what Kanban is!

Some of this is due to the fact that many people who have never used Kanban have been deriding it – saying it is a mechanistic team management method that doesn’t respect people.

The fact that Kanban is quickly growing and gaining a reputation for success where other Agile methods have had challenges belies that categorization.

But what is Kanban?

Even when listening to Kanban thought leaders one will hear different answers:

  1. It’s a power agile management system based on lean-flow.
  2. It’s a transition management method to assist teams to achieve continuous learning.
  3. It’s a way to create visibility for executives to improve their product portfolio management.

This talk discusses how Kanban actually is a multi-faceted method that assists process, transition and collaboration.

Kanban is not a mere tool, or even a set of practices. It’s a mindset that attends to people, their culture, and the systems they find themselves working in.

The talk presents a few of the basics of Lean-Flow and theory of constraints that it is based on as well as some of the psychological aspects of people adopting new methods.

While this talk is intended for those considering adopting Kanban, those currently using Scrum will find it helpful as many of the principles and practices of Kanban fit well into the Scrum framework.

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Presenter: Alan Shalloway (Linkedin Profile & @alshalloway) is the founder and CEO of Net Objectives. With 40 years experience, Alan is a thought leader in Lean, Kanban, PPM, Scrum and agile design. He is the author of Design Patterns Explained: A New Perspective on Object-Oriented Design, Lean-Agile Pocket Guide for Scrum Teams, Lean-Agile Software Development: Achieving Enterprise Agility, and Essential Skills for the Agile Developer: A Guide to Better Programming and Design. Alan is a co-founder and board member for the Lean Software and Systems Consortium.

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De-Mystifying Kanban: Understanding Its Many Faces

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Scaling Agile With SAFe

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Live Webinar February 14th, 2018 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  1 Hour  1 PDU
Provider: Fissure Corporation (Rep 1026) Branded SPL

Organizations are trying to increase their internal speed and flexibility by shedding current bureaucratic governance models and structures.

These organizations are looking at Agile as a potential “answer” to becoming faster and flexible.

Agile principles have proven effective for software development at a team level, but can they do the same at the organizational level?

How do you scale agile principles and practices across the enterprise?

In this webinar Samir Penkar will introduce Scaled Agile Framework – SAFe and attempt to answer your questions.

In this webinar Samir will:

  • Introduce the Scaled Agile Framework – SAFe – what is it?
  • Share a few key scaling agile concepts.
  • Look at some case studies of companies who have successfully applied SAFe.

In the pursuit of enterprise agility, Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) offers a framework that you can customize for your organization.

Presenter: Samir Penkar, (LinkedIn profile) SAFe SPC, CSM, PMP, Product Owner. An avid evangelist for agile practices, Samir attended the first SAFe 4.0 training program led by SAFe founder Dean Leffingwell and has 10+ years  experience in program and project management leading and running agile initiatives. Samir is the author of the program management book From Projects to Programs: A Project Manager’s Journey (Best Practices and Advances in Program Management) He has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Fox9 News and has presented on project management topics throughout the world.

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Scaling Agile With Safe

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DevOps Lunch & Learn

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Live Webinar February 7th, 2018 11:00 am – 12:30 pm EST
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  1 Hour  1 PDU
Provider:  Computer Aid Inc IT Metrics & Productivity Institute
(Rep 2733)

In today’s world, every business is looking for ways to deliver software quicker and DevOps has enabled the possibility.

But the real question is how fast do you want to go?

Ultimately, the faster you go, the higher cost, and not to mention an increased risk of something going wrong.

Join Jim Wootten (LinkedIn profile) to learn about the different DevOps gears and chose the one that best fits your customers.

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DevOps Lunch & Learn

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Live Webinar – February 7th, 2018 10:00 am – 12:00 pm EST
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  2 Hour s 2 PDUs free
Provider: IAG Consulting (REP 2858)

This webinar is for Project Managers looking to become more lean and agile in their organization/career, for those transitioning into an agile organization, or those supporting a transformation to a lean agile project management environment.

IAG will address what lean agile project management really means and what the main differences are with traditional project management.

They will explain essential concepts and aspects of project management from various methodologies including Scaled Agile (SAFe®), DSDM, Scrum, Kanban, Lean, XP, TDD.

This webinar is ideal PMs seeking or supporting their PMI-ACP, or AgilePM® certification.

Learning Objectives:

  1. What does lean agile project management mean?
  2. What are the principles of Agile Project Management?
  3. When and why does lean agile makes sense? What are the advantages of agile?
  4. What can I do to be lean agile?
  5. What must my PMO do to be lean agile? (The case for Agile Project Management)
  6. How do I learn, get trained, and certified? (What are the best resources and options available?)

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What It Takes To Be A True Lean Agile Project Manager

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