We are excited to offer our chapter members and guests a half-day workshop focusing on the following agile project-related topics:
|Event Date||11-15-2022 12:45 pm|
|Event End Date||11-15-2022 5:00 pm|
|Individual Price||$80 Non-Members, $60 Members|
|No. of Strategic PDUs||1|
|No. of Technical PDUs||1.5|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||1|
|Location||Wisconsin Timber Rattlers - The Fox Club|
Applying Agile at Scale to achieve Business Agility - Diana Rivera
In this digitally driven era, it is highly important to adopt the basic practices and principles of Lean, Agile and DevSecOps to accelerate our value delivery to the market and the customers we serve. More importantly, there is an urgent need to keep up with our competitors who have already adopted these practices and have implemented automation, centralized data centers with Cloud-based systems, and API development practices. All roles in business and IT are required to support an agile environment to achieve faster time to market. In this interactive session, we will explore the basic principles, practices and mindset that you can begin to quickly apply in your role and organization to support an agile environment by scaling basic lean and agile practices to achieve Business Agility.
Scrum in an Hour - Rachel Wilterdink
If you've heard of Scrum, but haven't had a chance to learn about or try it, then this session is for you. After learning the basics of Scrum, you will get to practice it with a team - performing a project using Scrum in an hour. Learning Objectives: Learn the basics of Scrum (the leading Agile framework) Practice the elements of Scrum with a team in an hour
Enterprise Agility - Alex Sanchez
The business landscape is changing right before our eyes. The ability to quickly meet the demanding needs of customers is more important than ever. The choices in the marketplace are expanding and competition is everywhere. We must re-imagine the way we operate and the way we do business in order to remain competitive. This will require a drastic shift in our mindset. We must develop a learning culture. We must learn to focus on valuable outcomes rather output. We must develop our leadership capabilities in order to bring out the best in ourselves and every around us. What does it take to lead complex change? What is required? Join me for a discussion on the world we find ourselves in today, and what it truly takes to align our mission, vision, and purpose to propel us into the future!
Diana is a certified SAFe Program Consultant and has a Master’s in Business Administration from Concordia University Wisconsin. Twenty years ago, Diana began her career as a Software Engineer and has performed several software project management and continuous improvement lead roles within the Financial and Banking Industry. One of Diana’s passions is to enable organizations to efficiently deliver value through Agile Release Trains and apply a set of agile program management techniques to measure performance, manage risk and set clear objectives and milestones, while adopting a DevSecOps mindset and culture.
Ms. Wilterdink is a Project Manager consultant. With over 20 years of IT experience, she holds multiple business analysis and agile certifications. As a consultant, Rachael has served clients in the financial, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, government, and insurance industries. Very active in the professional community, Ms. Wilterdink serves on the boards of both her local IIBA® and PMI® chapters. As a passionate public speaker, Rachael presents various topics at conferences and user groups across the country and the world. Rachael is also the author of the popular eBook “40 Agile Transformation Pain Points (and how to avoid or manage them).”
Before working at U.S. Bank he was an Agile Coach at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. Alex’s career spans just under a decade with a focus on enterprise transformation, corporate development, and leadership enhancement. He passionately dedicates his time to people, teams, and organizations, helping them challenge the status quo and reach their full potential required to succeed in the rapidly changing business environment.