Please join us for a PMI Delaware Valley Chapter Professional Development Day!
When: Monday, November 9, 2020, 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Where: Via Zoom (Invitation details will be sent closer to the event)
Credit: 3 PDUs (1 Leadership, 1 Strategic, 1 Technical)
Registration fee*: $50 Members and $60 Non-Members
Topic: Examining Many Agile "Languages" with a Similar Goal - Project Management Considerations
Speaker: John Margetis
This presentation will examine several new terminologies that are being introduced to PMI members via DA and the new PMBOK 7.0, and compares them to the broader Agile context so that there is less confusion about how these new terms "fit" in the broader industry.
There will also be a discussion about the challenges of achieving Predictability and understanding Value in an Agile world, with insightful examples. The presentation will conclude by summarizing key opportunities for Project Management to focus on in the general future.
The session will be very interactive and engaging with Q&A at the end of each session.
About the Speaker:
John Margetis has focused on optimizing Value Delivery for 25 years in multiple roles and organizations both as an employee and a consultant. He earned a bachelors degree in Physics from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Masters in Business Administration from Marymount University.
Professionally, he has been a Certified Scrum Master since 2010, and also became a Scaled Agile Program Consultant SPC in 2015. John has served in classic Project Management roles up until his transition to Agile in 2008. He has trained multiple teams, mentored multiple scrum masters and Agile Coaches, and has helped several organizations attain higher states of efficiency, transparency, and collaboration.
John has presented topics at several Agile Alliance events, and co-authored an experience report for the XP2019 conference. He is passionate about being a pioneer in “Bottom-Line Agility”, and has created the AGILENOMICS™ brand of training, which focuses on proving Value and leveraging case studies to prevent common root causes of inefficiency and waste.
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