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Workshop #1 in Hands-on Agile Series - Discovering Product Vision and Delivering Value via Kanban

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Workshop #1 in Hands-on Agile Series - Discovering Product Vision and Delivering Value via Kanban

The recent acquisition of the Disciplined Agile Framework greatly expands PMI’s offerings for Project Managers and teams to choose their "Way of Working", as nearly all businesses today are becoming more Agile.

As a Project Manager, Business Analyst or Team Member, do you want to learn more about Agile, but don’t have much hands-on experience? These workshops are just for you!
In preparation for the roll-out of PMI’s Disciplined Agile Framework, we have put together three sessions to cover Agile basics and provide real hands-on Agile experience.

>> Workshop #1 (this workshop) focuses on discovering products and value-driven Kanban development
> Workshop #2 provides hands-on experience leading and participating in Agile ceremonies in Scrum
> Workshop #3 is a full-day session where you will gain experience building a product as a member of an Agile team

This is the first workshop in this series and scope of this workshop will focus on discovering products and value-driven Kanban development.

We invite all of the following to attend this workshop and experience learning by practicing being Agile:
• Project Managers and Team Members interested in Agile but with little hands-on experience;
• Anyone interested in Agile ways of working and would like hands-on experience;
• Agile practitioners who would like to participate in a collaborative workshop and share their knowledge and experience.

It is optional to attend all three workshops, but if you are new to Agile, the first two will help you prepare for the third full-day session.

These are the learning outcomes for this workshop:

1. Give a high-level overview of PMI’s Disciplined Agile Delivery;
2. Explain the difference between schedule vs. value-driven ways of working;
3. Explain Kanban, how to set up a Kanban board and how it can be maintained;
4. Create simple prototypes using a tool.


Presentation and Discussion Method:
These workshops will be hands-on. You will need your laptop with internet access (there is free public wifi available) as we will use active learning to introduce products like Jira, Confluence, Trello and other Agile tools.

Please note → We shall announce the second and third workshop separately.


About the Speakers:

Andrew Coates (LinkedIn)
Client Solutions / Agile Coach
Optimum Solutions

Andrew CoatesWith over 20 years of Project and Programme Management experience, Andrew utilizes the appropriate frameworks, methods and industry best practices to lead teams, coach and deliver systems that drive business value.

Before moving to Singapore in October, Andrew worked in Hong Kong for 9 years with HSBC, the Hong Kong Jockey Club, AXA Asia and Standard Chartered, applying his Agile and Waterfall delivery skills for over 50 projects. He has helped implement Jira for all Agile deliveries, as well as develop dashboards in Confluence. He coached the Scrum teams on story decomposition, sizing, backlog grooming, velocity tracking and progress reporting.

A resourceful and active member of the Project Management Institute and a member of the PMI’s Technology Member Advisor Group (TechMAG), Andrew gives back to the PM and Agile community in his spare time.


Rammohan Jayaraman (LinkedIn)
Agile Coach
Why Innovation!

Rammohan JayaramanRammohan is an Agile coach with over 18 years of IT Experience working at various corporations in India, US, UK, Hong Kong and Singapore. Over the last decade, he has focused on Agile transformation projects enabling their clients to improve their end-to-end software development capabilities. It includes teaching, mentoring, coaching IT and Business team members in various Agile frameworks and practices.

As a seasoned Agile practitioner, Rammohan is experienced in running corporate workshops on Scrum, Agile, Kanban, as well as Scaled Agile frameworks. At present, Rammothan is on a mission with an Airline client to enable new ”ways of working” based on Agile values and principles, helping them to be the leading digital airline in the world. 


Event Particulars

Date: Thursday, 16 January 2020

Time: 7pm to 9pm (Singapore) Refreshments & Networking from 6:15pm

Venue: Lifelong Learning Institute | Event Hall 2-1 | 11 Eunos Road 8 | Singapore 408601

PDUs: 1 Technical + 1 Leadership (where applicable, PMI ID to be included with registration)

Registration deadline: the morning of 16 Jan 2020

Registration

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Event Properties

Event Date 16-01-2020 6:30 pm
Event End Date 16-01-2020 9:00 pm
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Cut off date 16-01-2020 3:00 pm
Individual Price from 40 SGD
No. of Strategic PDUs N/A
No. of Technical PDUs 1
No. of Leadership PDUs 1
Location Lifelong Learning Institute
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