Live Webinar April 25th, 2017 – 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm EDT
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training 1 Hour 1 PDU free
Provider: The Corporate Education Group ( REP 1011 )
The rise in popularity of Agile methods during the last decade has been both a benefit and a challenge for project and portfolio management teams.
While Agile methods have proven to increase and accelerate value to organizations by delivering faster and better results when applied to the right projects and in the right way, many organizations still struggle to figure out what to do with these new approaches for managing projects.
When this happens, Agile methods can become an obstacle and hindrance to benefits realization.
By breaking down the methodologies into smaller components, Benoit will explore how the ingredients of traditional and Agile can be blended more easily, doing away with dogmatic approaches.
- How Agile is different but also similar to traditional methods
- How Agile techniques can complement more traditional approaches
- What other companies are doing to improve how they manage work this way.
Presenter: Benoit De Grâce, (LinkedIn profile) Sr Trainer/Consultant Corporate Education Group (CEG), has 20 + years of experience delivering courses on project management, scope, leadership, communication and quality management. With a keen ability to synthesize business processes and adapt project management know-how to various corporate environments, Benoit helps organizations define and streamline their business processes. Benoit has a passion for delivering more efficient projects through the improvement of business processes, project/portfolio management skills, disciplines, and efficient information technology tools.
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Fire & Ice!
How Agile & Traditional Practices Can
Coexist & Complement Each Other
|Technical Project Management||Leadership||Strategic & Business Management|
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