PMI Silicon Valley Chapter

The Silicon Valley Project - Lean-Agile Principles to Drive Delivery of Business Value - Sept 2020

The Silicon Valley Project - Lean-Agile Principles to Drive Delivery of Business Value - Sept 2020

The Silicon Valley Project - Lean-Agile Principles to Drive Delivery of Business Value - Sept 2020
The Silicon Valley Project speaker series present:

Lean-Agile Principles to Drive Delivery of Business Value
 

calendarDate: Tuesday, September 1, 2020 | 6:00pm - 8:30pm

computerLocation: Virtual

speakerSpeaker: Frank M. Mangini

 Event Focus:

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Event Description

Project agility and Lean principles work together for delivering business value as fast and reliably as possible. What are the Lean-Thinking principles and tools behind most successful Agile processes?
Join us as we explore how to apply these principles and tools for continuously adapting and improving our Lean-Agile project processes for a wide variety of future requirements and circumstances.
We’ll review, examine, and discuss proven Lean-Thinking and Agile principles and tools to better understand how we can apply them for competitively delivering business value. We will also discuss how these ideas relate to the recent PMI thrust into Disciplined Agility Delivery (DAD).
In a lively online presentation with group discussions we will assess our present and proposed future Lean-Agile thinking values, processes, tools, and models for rapidly delivering the highest value to our stakeholders.Logo PMISV UCSCSVX

Takeaways

  • Understanding the Lean-Thinking goal of fast flexible flow of value
  • Realizing the benefits and core beliefs of Agile development
  • How to use the value stream and Theory of Constraints to visualize and maximize flow of value
  • Differentiating Scrum’s incremental vs. Kanban's continuous delivery of business value

 

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Speaker

Frank M. Mangini, M.S.E.E., M.B.A., PMP®, PMI-ACP®, CSP®-SM
Instructor at UCSC Silicon Valley Extension

 

 Registration (virtual access details to be distributed upon registration)

  • PMISV Members: $5.00
  • Non-members: $5.00
  • UCSC Active Students: $5.00
  • Veterans: Free (Request a veteran code to attend all PMISV events for free.)

  

Additional Information

Meeting Leader: Contact Rich Condon, PMP, PMI-ACP

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The Silicon Valley Project

Thought leadership for project management professionals

The Silicon Valley Project provides monthly virtual forums to expand our understanding of the evolving field of project management. A supportive network of seasoned practitioners and aspiring professionals, we share best practices and new ideas. We are a collaboration between PMI Silicon Valley Chapter and UCSC Silicon Valley Extension, organizations that provide exceptional opportunities for professional instruction, professional development units, and, in some cases accredited University of California credits.

Event Properties

Event Date 09-01-2020
Event End Date 09-01-2020
Registration Start Date 08-13-2020
Individual Price US$ 5.00
No. of Strategic PDUs 1.0
No. of Technical PDUs 1.0
PMI Event Number Event code to be shared at the end of presentation
Location Zoom

Speakers

Frank M. Mangini, M.S.E.E., M.B.A., PMP®, PMI-ACP®, CSP®-SM

Instructor at UCSC Silicon Valley Extensions

FRANK M. MANGINI has over 25 years’ experience in project management and product development and served as the director of programs for ARGOSystems/Boeing Electronic Defense Systems. As senior programs manager and director of programs, he led multiyear programs that developed and produced shipboard and submarine electronic detection and protection systems for domestic and international naval forces. He has also been involved in commercial consulting and startup enterprises including the development and production of online sports training systems. Frank is a lifetime member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and a member of Toastmasters International since 2006. He currently serves as program chair and instructor for the Project and Program Management certificate curriculum at UCSC Silicon Valley Extension. He has taught project management courses at UCSC Extension since 2002. His special interests are project risk management, critical chain project management and Agile-Lean processes.

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