PM Insights - Fremont: Agile Transformation for Global Organizations
PM Insights Fremont - Agile Transformation for Global Organizations
The principles of Agile development, including the Scrum framework, are widely known and easily described. What is not so easy is the organization and management of product development in an Agile way in organizations that grow over time.
In this presentation, Kevin Thompson will present the history of a model software-development organization as it grows over time, and show how different strategies are needed to ensure effective organization and Agile collaboration of the growing population, over time and across an increasing number of locations.
- How to organize Scrum Teams in a large and geographically-distributed company
- How to make Scrum work for a team that is split geographically
- How to coordinate the work of multiple Scrum Teams working on a single product
About the Instructor
Kevin Thompson, Ph.D., is a physicist, former software developer and project manager, and current researcher and consultant in the field of Agile Project Management. As cPrime's Chief Scientist, Dr. Thompson has trained thousands of people in Scrum and Kanban, and created cPrime's Agile Scaling and Portfolio-Management solutions and consulting standards. He has helped over one hundred clients, ranging from very small to very large, with Agile development of Web applications, Data Warehouse & Business Intelligence systems, Cloud computing, compilers, computer games, laboratory equipment, telecommunications hardware, and medical products. Dr. Thompson is committed to advancing the state of the art of Agile Project Management, not only within, but beyond, the world of software-product development. His pioneering RAGE paper (Recipes for Agile Governance in the Enterprise), innovation in Agile Portfolio Management, and pioneering work in Agile Hardware development reflect this commitment. Dr. Thompson earned his BS in Physics from Santa Clara University, and his Ph.D. in Physics from Princeton University.
Meeting Leader: Anju Saksena
PDU Info: 1.5 - Category A
6:00-6:30 PM - Sign In and Networking
6:30-7:30 PM - Featured Speaker
7:30-8:00 PM: Q&A and Wrap-up
8:00 PM - Meeting Adjourn
Food: Complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic beverages
PMI Silicon Valley Members: $10
Full-time Student: $5 (online only; contact Meeting Leader for the discount code. Please bring Student ID card to the event)
Veterans: Free (online only; contact Meeting Leader for the discount code. Please bring appropriate ID card to the event)
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PMI Silicon Valley Members: $20
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|05-02-2018 6:00 pm
|Event End Date
|05-02-2018 8:00 pm
|Cut off date
|04-27-2018 11:55 pm
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