Disciplined Agile - How to Simplify, Not Mystify - July 15, 2021
When: Thursday, July 15, 2021, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: Via Zoom
Credit: 1.5 Technical PDUs
Registration fee: Complimentary
Speaker: Beth Ouellette, The Ouellette Group
Disciplined Agile is the topic of many conversations across the Agile and PMI Communities. We hear these kinds of questions: Why did PMI add it to their product portfolio? What is Disciplined Agile? What is the value of Disciplined Agile to Chapter Members? How can you bring value to your team/organization with Disciplined Agile? How do I get started? What is possible for your personal and chapter roadmap? We have even seen presentations and are still mystified by DA.
Join us to hear Beth Ouellette share answers to all these questions and more. She will guide us through key components of Disciplined Agile as she shares practical applications, analogies and stories to connect the dots. She will endeavor to “simplify” rather than “mystify” what DA is and why it is of value to you. She will even share the roadmap she used for her DA journey that you could leverage too. Though it is only an hour, we hope to gain a clear understanding of the potential of Disciplined agile for individuals, our members, and our community. You may even discover that you already apply a Disciplined Agile “Way of Working” today!
6:30 pm – 7:00 pm Networking
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Speaker Presentation and Q&A
Register For This Meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIrf-moqzsiHNTwaprHnfDg52vI-p9SvBwz
Beth Ouellette, The Ouellette Group CEO and MAGI-DA.com’s visionary, works with organizations across the globe implementing value-added Portfolio, Program, Project Management initiatives. She applies a Disciplined-Agile approach to identify and implement new Ways of Working with her clients. She started in financial industries, and has partnered with executives, across multiple industries: US Government, finance, insurance, retail, utility, telecom, manufacturing, academia, and more. She has worked in over 40 countries and is published in Brazil, Canada, India, and USA.
Beth continues to volunteer globally with the PM Community. She received the prestigious PMI Fellow in 2018, “Global Component Leadership” of the Year Award in 2010, “Distinguished Contributor Award of the Year” in 2009.
Beth holds a Finance MBA from NYU’s Stern School, an Education BA from Eastern Michigan University, and Computer Engineering AA from Greenville Technical College. She’s an adjunct professor at the CUNY Graduate Program and SPS where she led the creation of the multi-course Project Management Certificate Program which was approved by the NY DoE in 2008. This program has been available to the CUNY SPS and Graduate Center Programs since then.
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