FREE TALK: Scrum and Agile Network in Managing People (2 PMI® PDUs)
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Topic: Scrum and Agile Network in Managing People (2 PDUs)
Gayathiri Jeyabalan, Dip, BSc, PMP, PMI-ACP, CSM, CSPO, CSD | Agile Coach, Consultant and Certified Trainer
Date: 22 May 2020 (Friday)
Time: 8:00pm – 10:00pm
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Workshop Synopsis (Abstract):
Choosing to adapt is the heart of the Agile philosophy. In the past, Agile was primarily associated with software development and the IT sector. Today, it’s increasingly used by human resources teams and applied to entire organizations. Agile is a way of moving forward and creating value. It’s a mentality that allows people and groups to meet challenges, learn quickly, and respond to change. It’s a different and new way of managing teams, individuals, projects, and development. Agile has secured its place within the software development community where it originated and evolved, and now Agile is spreading into many other areas of the professional workplace, where its embrace of adaptive feedback can help businesses thrive. This sharing session will help you and your organization not only apply Agile methods and practices (“do Agile”) but transform yourselves to an Agile mindset and live in an Agile culture (“be Agile”) grounded in Agile values and principles, customer value, continuous customer engagement, and employee engagement.
Many are seeing that a more iterative approach allows them the flexibility to adjust to the changing needs of customers and the continuous churning of market conditions. Many others would like to apply Agile effectively because they are hearing it from all corners of their professional life.
In a nutshell, the Agile Mindset seems to be a very hopeful way of looking at life. It promotes rolling-with-the-punches, working hard, and never making excuses. It helps you keep moving forward, helping to change yourself for the better while keeping your core values as a person intact.
The key learning points and summary take away for the talk includes but not limited to the following:
- Achieving Agile Mindset
- Modern Agile for People & Organization
- Agile Performance Management
- Agile – Scrum Leadership
Gayathiri Jeyabalan is a program and project management professional with a solid 12 years of experience encompassing several industries across nation and also Asia Pacific countries in view of globally practiced methodologies.
She has handled several high-end volume projects with corporate national and multinational companies. Among others, Gayathiri holds high exposure in handling portfolio, program and project handling in terms of project methodologies, enhancements and other various platforms utilizing Agile values and principles. She’s also involved in roles as in which simultaneously managed more than 10 enterprises multi-million- dollars projects in addition to plenty of mid-volume and small volume projects. Apart from that, Gayathiri has a long experience in providing and setting up traditional, Agile and Scrum professional project management, portfolio management, training courses to leading organizations.
Tentative Program Flow:
8:00pm – :815pm: Intro & Achieving Agile Mindset
8:15pm – 8:30pm: Modern Agile for People & Organization
8:30pm – 9:00pm: Agile Performance Management
9:00pm – 9:30pm: Agile Scrum Leadership
9:30pm – 9:45pm: Question and Answer
9:45pm – 10:00pm: Closing & End