Networking Events

Agile Training Champions believes in continuous improvement and learning. So, it will host learning events where interested participants can learn from their peers in the industry and network. 

 

Networking Events are half-day that are intended to share some additional concepts related to current trends in agile principles, project leadership, and product management. Topics and speakers will be identified.

 

All these events are held free and will be held on the third Friday or Saturday of month. Promote these events and learn more!

Upcoming Networking Events

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Scream for Scrum

Scrum is gaining its popularity in the agile community. This workshop will focus on hands-on training learning its fundamental principles in product development and project management and apply it in a simulated project.

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Project Success Factors

Project management is an art and is a science. Practical project management goes into effective traits that make up the project managers succeed in today's project environment. 

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User Stories: Insight into the variations

Developing user stories require a lot more business thinking. Those that have experience with Use cases find it difficult to transition to this approach correctly to differentiate business, non-functional, and abuser stories. 

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Distributed Agile Practices

Remote distributed work place culture is here to stay. Agile promotes collocated team to increase osmotic communication. Where is the balance? 

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Past Networking Events

Dec 1, 2015

Models of Collaboration

Venue: 411 Waverly Oaks Road, Suite 331B, Waltham, MA

Speaker: Dr. Sriram Rajagopalan

Description: Introduction of a new model of collaboration to work effectively in the virtual, distributed, and remote working teams

 

Event held at PMI-MassBay Round Table

Nov 18, 2016

Scrum Vs Traditional Project Management

Venue: 411 Waverly Oaks Road, Suite 331B, Waltham, MA

Speaker: Dr. Sriram Rajagopalan

Description: Introduction of a new model of collaboration to work effectively in the virtual, distributed, and remote working teams.

 

Event held at PMI-MassBay Round Table

Oct 31, 2015

PARAG Persona to Software Developemtn

Venue: Billerica, MA

Speaker: Dr. Sriram Rajagopalan

Description: Introducing the PARAG Persona as a reference framework to challenge every member of the product development team with powerful questions throughout the product life cycle

Aug 19, 2015

PARAG Persona to Software Development

Venue: Trivandrum, India

Speaker: Dr. Sriram Rajagopalan

Description: Taking over a brief history of software development methologies, the PARAG framework to empowering every member of the software product team will be discussed. This event was conducted in Trivandrum Management Association in Kerala, India.

Apr 19, 2014, 9:30 AM

Evolving PMO to be Agile

Venue: Naperville, Illinois

Speaker: Dr. Sriram Rajagopalan

Description: The Project Management or Program Management office (PMO) is a center of excellence to ensure client's and organizational needs are met through consistent project delivery. As agile development picks up, how does the PMO evolve?

Feb 15, 2014, 9:30 AM

Personal Kanban

Venue: Hoffman Estates, Illinois

Speaker: Dr. Sriram Rajagopalan

Description: Kanban means a signboard! What signs are we getting at home and in managing our own individual career empowerment (ICE). Learn Kanban to effectively manage work outside of work!

Nov 16, 2013, 9:30 AM

Project Success Factors

Venue: Rosemont, Illinois

Speaker: Dr. Sriram Rajagopalan

Description: Project management is an art and is a science. Practical project management goes into effective traits that make up the project managers succeed in today's project environment. 

Sat Sep 14, 2013, 08:30 AM

Effective Agile Transformation

Venue: Schaumburg, Illinois

Speaker : Dr. Sriram Rajagopalan

Description: Transforming an organization through Agile principles require forethought. Successful implementation should focus shifting the focus from internal transformation for it to be successful. Dr. Rajagopalan will share his observations of such transformation.

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