Transition to Agile

  • Wednesday, March 14, 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual


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Ideally, transitioning to an Agile philosophy and environment is a welcome and positive experience.  But teams who have been building solutions traditional ways may fear that  their status has been lowered or the quality of their solutions may suffer.  Change creates confusion and resistance initially. This webinar experience is designed to help you create an organizational strategy to transition your work appropriately to Agile. 

Who should attend?

Those individuals who should attend are team managers, project  managers, functional managers and developers who have these responsibilities:

  • Managing teams who build solutions.
  • Guiding members of the team and co-workers through transition and change.
  • Prioritizing strategic opportunities to meet the needs of the customers in the most effective way.

What this session will provide:

This session will provide you with a clear understanding of terminology, cultural change, philosophy and best use case for Agile methods.

What you will learn:

After attending this session, participants will learn how to:

  • Compare and contrast Agile to other development options.
  • Determine your personal value proposition for applying Agile practices to customer needs.
  • Design the cultural transition that must be accomplished before the adoption of Agile.

Webinar @ a Glance

What is the BIG DEAL?

  • Agile and other methods
  • Cultural Conversion: What is different?
  • Doing vs. Being Agile
  • Best and worse uses for Agile

ATD Area of Expertise

About the Speaker

Lou Russell is Duchess / Director of Learning of RMA, a Moser Consulting company. As an executive consultant, speaker and author she channels her passion to create growth in companies by growing their people. Lou inspires greatness in leadership, projects, and teams. 

She is the author of popular books on IT, HR and Project Management including 10 Steps to PM featuring Three Pigs. Lou blends her stories with practical techniques so you solve complex problems.

Encouraged by Lou’s upbeat and practical style, you'll leave with new tools and renewed hope.

You will be laughing, participating, and challenged. Most importantly to Lou, you will learn.

Additional Information

Methodology Wars: ADDIE vs SAM vs AGILE

Transitioning to Agile

Project Management for Trainers

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