Influencers for Scrum

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Outcome driven Senior Project Manager and Scrum Master with hands-on experience with the entire Systems Development Lifecycle (SDLC), from Business Case development to transition to Operations. I am a pioneer of Agile delivery, using light documentation, incremental and iterative development since 1990 and formal Agile Frameworks (XP, Scrum) since early 2000. A champion of mixing the best practices to achieve results.




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Dave Prior, MBA, PMP, CST, PMP, PMI-ACP works for LeadingAgile. He provides training & coaching for organizations who are transitioning to Agile. Reluctant Agilist Podcasts LeadingAgile Podcasts DrunkenPM Blog Twitter @Mrsungo




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Agile Project Management for extreme projects ... Essential tools and leadership practices for projects that feature high change, high uncertainty and high speed compounded by technical and organizational complexity.




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Hello, I'm a MA, PHR, PMP, PMI-ACP and PMI-PBA who owns Davis Consulting and does special projects for the Project Management Institute. My latest book, which you can see on amazon.com, is "Adding Agile Practices to Waterfall Projects". I'm an international speaker on project management and agile. Twice a month I write a feature, "Topic Teasers," for projectmanagement.com to help you manage day to day project challenges in a practical way.




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I provide frank advice for your tough problems as you manage your projects, programs, and project portfolio. Please check out (and subscribe) to my monthly email newsletter, the Pragmatic Manager. My most recent agile books: Create Your Successful Agile Project & Agile and Lean Program Management. I don't participate in PMwars.




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I run Roffensian Consulting, www.roffensian.com. Focused on strategic and business transformation initiatives, PMOs & portfolio management. I also teach project management and I'm never short of opinions. I have Portfolio Management Foundations and Business Focused PMO courses on LinkedIn Learning (Lynda.com) and I'm the author of Risk Management for Project Driven Organizations, available now on Amazon. Contact me at andy.jordan@roffensian.com or follow me on Twitter @Roffensian




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Independent project manager, author, trainer and consultant based in Canmore, Alberta. In 1994 I was fortunate to be involved in the creation of the agile method DSDM and have been using agile methods including FDD, Scrum and XP for the last 23 years. I served on the board of directors for the Agile Alliance and the board of the Agile Project Leadership Network (APLN). I co-founded the PMI Agile Community of Practice, served on the Steering Committee for the PMI-ACP certification.




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Human A.P.E.E. [ Author | Philosopher | Entrepreneur | Educator ] | Author of "I Think, Therefore I Plan" - Hwadu.org




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I am Intel's last Innovation Master that "makes Engineering Cool - Driving Innovative Solutions that Work” • Improving financial benefit for the top and bottom line (+$312MM and counting) • Address Major Critical-To-Customer parameters that are the drivers of customer buying decision &/or the technical limiter of an engineering system's performance • Teaching complex problem solving and innovation skill sets in continuous improvement, invention & systematic innovation management tools




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When not pushing the boundaries of Agile product development on my latest video game, I write about leadership, Agile project management, outsourcing and managing creativity at Sockets and Lightbulbs. Join me at blog.socketsandlightbulbs.com!



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