Since the Manifesto for Agile Software Development was originally published, there has been tremendous, sustained interest from organizations in multiple industries in learning how to deliver business value early and regularly, with high quality and with high levels of staff engagement. However, introducing agile across an enterprise is very different than doing so within a small team. While there is a lot of information readily available on how to successfully transform your organization’s delivery practices, it can be difficult to know which practices will help and which will hurt. Join us for a humor-filled overview which will help you differentiate between the Autobots and the Decepticons of enterprise agile transformation by learning common organization blockers and critical enablers for success.”
If your organization is currently involved in, or even considering, agile transformation you won’t want to miss WCP’s free summer blockbuster webinar…
Is your agile transformation an Autobot or a Decepticon?
August 10th from 2:00 – 3:00 pm
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About the presenter:
Kiron has almost 20 years of experience in traditional and agile project management. He has setup and managed Project Management Offices (PMO) and has provided project portfolio management and project management consulting services to over a hundred clients across multiple industries.
Kiron is an active member of the Project Management Institute (PMI)® since 1999, served as a volunteer director on the Board of the PMI® Lakeshore Chapter for six years and served for three years as a volunteer community moderator for PMI’s Project, Program and Portfolio Management LinkedIn discussion group.
Kiron has published articles on project and project portfolio management in both project management and industry-specific journals. He has delivered over a hundred webinars and has presented at multiple conferences. Kiron has been blogging weekly about project management since 2009. His blog has been frequently recognized in top fifty project management blog rankings.
Having helped to improve project delivery capabilities for companies spanning multiple industries and sizes, Kiron brings a pragmatic value-focused approach to methodology and governance. He is a highly energetic, articulate and enthusiastic facilitator having trained hundreds of professionals over the past decade on a variety of project management topics.
Kiron holds a Bachelor of Computer Science (Honors) from Concordia University, an MBA from McGill University and a Master’s Certificate in Information Technology Project Management from George Washington University. Kiron has been a Project Management Professional (PMP)® since 2000, contributed to the first version of PMI’s Risk Management standard and received his PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)® certification in 2011. Kiron also has his PMI-ACP® designation and holds the Certified Disciplined Agile Practitioner (CDAP) and Certified Discipline Agile Instructor (CDAI) credentials from the Disciplined Agile Consortium.