Agile - The PM Role in a Lean and Agile World

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Audience

Project manager, business or operational manager, software developer, software tester, member of a PMO, member of a governance panel, quality assurance team member, or anyone in the IT department

Description

A project manager (PM) is a highly skilled knowledge worker who has received rigorous training and knowledge in the process of achieving a globally recognized certification. At the same time, in the lean and agile world, the project manager does not have an official role. The project manager’s role is distributed between the agile team members.

This discussion is focused on evaluating the project manager’s role, use of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) practice and centers on the project manager’s participation in the lean and agile transformation as a strategic, leading, and/or lagging contributor.

Benefits

  • Acquire knowledge to play a change agent role in the lean and agile transformation
  • Discern your agile PM role: Strategic, Leading, or Lagging
  • Become a valued contributor by adopting lean thinking and agile practices
  • Discover a new role and career


Online 3/17/2016
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