"Why Agile Sucks, and What To Do About It"
If you missed Greg at the INSTANT IMPACT Conference, here's your chance to hear him.
The uneven and ineffectual deployment of Agile practices has led organizations to resist using Agile principles in project management. The project manager must overcome the hesitancy with Agile amongst the stakeholders and sponsors in addition to managing the project. Greg Smith will provide his insights into how to “sell Agile” and instill effective Agile project delivery to overcome these obstacles.
Greg Smith, PMI-ACP
Greg Smith is an Agile coach and trainer who specializes in the practical adoption of Agile methods. During his career Greg has held positions as a Product Manager, Program Manager, Development Manager, Scrum Master, and Project Manager. Greg is a Certified Scrum Master and PMI-ACP®.
In 2009 Greg co-authored Becoming Agile in an Imperfect World. This book has helped a number of companies move to a more Agile development lifecycle, and is often used as a guide for project teams. PMI uses Becoming Agile as part of its curriculum for the PMI-ACP®.