EVM and Agile - Can They Co-exist?
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About the Presentation
As an Agile team member, are you trying to figure out where you are, exactly, in the bigger picture of product development compared to where you are expected to be? Are you are working on a government contract where Earned Value Management (EVM) implementation is mandatory, but would like to use Agile software development methods? Perhaps you're an Agile project manager often "translating" Agile iteration results for non-Agile stakeholders? As a product manager, would you like to be able to forecast the impacts of changes on your expected return on investment?
There are some misconceptions that EVM techniques are too difficult to implement effectively on an Agile project, and that EVM could not easily cope with changing requirements. The presentation will discuss how traditional EVM techniques have been adopted to provide the benefits in Agile projects.
45335 Vintage Park Plaza
Sterling, VA, 20166
11:30 am - 12:00 pm: Networking
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm: Presentation
Navigating constraints introduced by a sponsor organization's structure, maturity, fiduciary landscape, etc.Tools
Specific tips and techniques in the use of PM tools (SW, other)
About the Speakers
Manijt Singh is the founder of Agilious LLC, a boutique agile consultancy providing agile coaching, agile training and agile based product development. As an agile consultant, Manjit helps create high performing teams across a client’s enterprise, which deliver high value products that maximize competitive advantage based on Agile-‐Lean principles. He drives Agile adoption through training, mentoring, and coaching of team members and executives on Agile values, principles and practices.
Manjit has 22 years of extensive experience shaping product-‐management strategies and developing transformative solutions using Agile and Lean Development methodologies. He has been participating on agile projects since 2000. He has served as Sr. Program Manager of Development at four different companies that successfully employed agile practices.
Manjit is the organizer of the DC Agile User Group meetup and holds several Scrum certifications (CSM, CSPO, and CSP).
More Info: www.LinkedIn.com/in/SinghManjit/
About the Loudoun Community
PMIWDC is pleased to announce a new Community in Loudoun County: PMIWDC - LC! PMIWDC’s Loudoun luncheons are a series of free brown bag luncheons hosted at the REI Systems Headquarters, 45335 Vintage Park Plaza, Sterling, VA 20166, conveniently located near the intersection of Route 28 and Route 606, north of the Dulles Airport. The Loudoun Community Luncheons are held every second Monday of the month, unless posted otherwise. In the event of a holiday, the luncheon will be on the third Monday. (Pre-registration is recommended). PMIWDC – Loudoun Community’s goal is to provide members with a convenient forum for learning, discussion and knowledge exchange. The Luncheons will feature presentations by guest speakers who are PMI-recognized thought leaders, educators and Subject Matter Experts. This series is made possible by the generous support of REI Systems, a recognized leader in federal grants management systems, full-life cycle software development, and open government and transparency solutions.