Wait ... Agile Was a Thing Before Software?
Join us on April 20 as we welcome guest presenter John Houser, who will be covering the origins of Agile - which go back further than a lot of people might think.
The second in our 2021 series of events dedicated to networking and the further discussion of the presentation from two nights prior.
You do not need to have attended the April 20th event to participate.
Expolring Capacity Planning and Complexity
Strategies and assumptions that are effective in more stable and predictable contexts can break down under pressures from multiple angles. Exploring Capacity Planning and Complexity is an interactive session in which articipants will have the opportunity to have their specific questions answered, as well as gain knowledge and strategies to apply in their own contexts.
The third in our 2021 series of events dedicated to networking and the further discussion of the presentation from two nights prior.
You do not need to have attended the May 18th event to participate.
This program teaches PM best practices and provides a practical working knowledge of the PM profession,
and is aligned with the Project Management Institute’s latest “PM Body of Knowledge”. Students take a case
study through a multi-phase planning process including both Traditional and Agile approaches. They learn
about the unique challenges of both approaches and actions they can take to increase the likelihood of project
completion and success.