Agile Leadership is Overrated – Isn’t It?

This is the topic of my next Mile Hi PMI Chapter Workshop to be presented on April 11, 2009.  I do workshops on agile topics for the local PMI chapter a couple of times per year.  They are great opportunities for me to stay in touch with the project management population.  I also believe the more PMI members exposed to agile, the more likely agile will be able to attain status as the product development methodology of choice.  After all, I am working at Making Agile a Reality™!

There will be two sessions of this presentation.  The morning session runs from 8:30 until noon.  The afternoon session runs from 12:30 to 4:00.  For PMI members it is $20 to attend and you receive 3 or maybe 3.5 PDU’s (I don’t remember which!).  For non-PMI members it costs $45 to attend, but it’s a great presentation and well worth the price of admission!  🙂

For more information or to sign up click THE MORNING SESSION or THE AFTERNOON SESSION.

I hope to see some of you there.  I know the economy is tough right now.  If you would like to attend, but money is an issue, please contact me so I can see if there is anything I can do to help.  If you are in, or hope to be in, a position of agile leadership, this presentation is a must see!


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Bob Hartman

Known as Agile Bob, brings over 30 years of experience and broad industry knowledge cultivated by serving in almost every role in the software industry including developer, tester, documentation writer, trainer, product manager, project manager, business analyst, senior software engineer, development manager and executive. Over the past 15 years Bob has grown from being an early adopter of Agile to his current status as a Certified Scrum Trainer® (CST) and Certified Enterprise Coach℠ (CEC) and an expert in training, coaching and mentoring across all areas of Agile development. Bob is a popular speaker, having spoken at numerous major conferences, seminars, workshops and user group meetings where his engaging style, holistic view of development and personal anecdotes are always well received by attendees.

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