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Transforming to an Agile PMO Webinar

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Overview

Through this webinar I will provide a quick overview of Agile methods, then jump into how you can transition your PMO to support Agile Development and use some new Agile and Lean techniques for Idea Qualification, Project Initiation and Portfolio Management. Whether you are moving to Agile or not, you will definitely learn some real world tips to help you improve your current PMO activities

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