Description: As we evolve into the digital era of wanting the latest and greatest software faster; we need to adjust our thinking and methods of working to stay relevant and abreast with current market trends. Our customers expect value sooner, and our sponsors expect a return on investments immediately.
Agile project management requires a mind-shift, to think differently about the same software or product to be delivered. Demands are higher; this means a big bang release is no longer viable. It is critical to adapt to an incremental approach for delivering software.
The goal of this session is to provide a high level understanding of agile project management techniques to be successful in managing an agile project around a motivated team. These techniques will provide guidance to project managers on incremental thinking, team empowerment, team self-organization and servant leadership.
About the Speaker: Camille Spruill served as the 2016 NCPMI Annual Conference Director and will be serving as the 2017 Annual Conference Director. She is also the former VP of Education for the IIBA-RTP Chapter. Camille is an Enterprise Agile Transformation Consultant, Coach and Trainer, who provides education and direction to organizations on their agile journeys. She is the Founder and Chief Agile Consultant of ezTagile. She has held pivotal roles throughout her career, including establishing and managing an Agile Program Management Office and a Business Analysis Center of Excellence. She has a wealth of hands-on agile experience—in a wide array of industries and fortune 500 companies—which spans national and global clients. Camille holds the following certifications:
Scaled Agile Certifications:
Scrum Alliance Certifications:
|Event Date||05-23-2017 6:30 pm|
|Event End Date||05-23-2017 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||05-11-2017 12:00 am|
|Cut off date||05-23-2017 12:00 am|
|Speaker||Camille Spruill - SPC4, SA, SSM, CSM, CSP, CBAP, PMP|
|Technical PDU Hours||.25|
|Strategy PDU Hours||.5|
|Leadership PDU Hours||.25|
|Location||NCSU Avent Ferry Building|