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PMI Organizational Agility Conference 2017

September 13, 2017 | Online

What Does Agile Mean for Your Organization?

Find Out at This Free Virtual Event—and Sharpen Your Agile Edge

With sudden market shifts and new priorities by the minute, agile transformation is an organizational imperative. You need to understand what agility means for your organization—and how to help lead it through change.

Get the insights you need at the free, virtual PMI Organizational Agility Conference 2017—the latest opportunity from PMI to help you build your agile skills (look for more coming soon!). In this exclusive, members-only day of learning, you will:

  • Gain up-to-the-minute tools, techniques, and skills for achieving organizational agility—without leaving your desk
  • Learn how to adopt an agile mindset
  • Explore how to scale an agile model to your organization
  • Discover how to maintain quality when processes are changing
  • Find out how to be agile when processes are not
  • Network with the PMI global community while developing in-demand skills
  • Earn 6 PDUs

Don't miss the opportunity to learn skills that will help you and your organization define what agility means to you. 


Organizational Agility 2017: Mind OVER Matter - Why it Matters

by Becky Hartman Betsy Kauffman Stephen Matola
September 13, 2017 | 59:09 | Views: 2,800 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.21 / 5

Many organizations are jumping (or have already jumped) into undertaking an agile transformation. If you do a search on agile or agile transformations there is a plethora of information around various practices and process, consulting firms to engage, books to read, conferences to attend, etc. Therefore, the toughest part of any transformation is where to put your energy and focus.

Organizational Agility 2017: Beyond the Agile Methods - Agility Critical Factors Explained

by Edivandro Conforto
September 13, 2017 | 62:56 | Views: 2,104 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.32 / 5

Many companies today are rushing to adopt agile methods aiming to develop organizational agility capabilities that will contribute to better project outcomes and business results. This transition, however, poses many challenges related to the organizational structure and operations, team dynamics, product development processes, and project characteristics. Empirical research indicates there are common issues to develop a strong project management environment, regardless the type of approach being adopted (agile, waterfall or hybrid).

Organizational Agility 2017: Scaling Product Backlogs to All Levels of the Enterprise

by Candase Hokanson
September 13, 2017 | 60:04 | Views: 1,715 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.36 / 5

As companies roll out Agile to their entire enterprise, they often run into issues of scaling product ownership from the team level (with one team and one Product Owner[PO]) to the program or even portfolio level. Figuring out how to manage the product backlogs across the organization, especially in terms of dependencies, can be a monumental feat.

Organizational Agility 2017: Exploring the Scalability of Agile for Unregulated to Regulated Environments

by Chris Lawler
September 13, 2017 | 60:06 | Views: 1,263 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.34 / 5

Can a highly regulated environment embrace agile principles and philosophy or does the approach work best in a less regulated context? This session will set the scene with the foundation philosophy of agile and explore the variants of how it is being applied in the contemporary project manager’s toolkit. 


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