Disciplined Agile provides a pragmatic approach to building an Agile organization that recognizes that making informed choices is good. The fundamental advice is to start where you are, do the
Disciplined Agile provides a pragmatic approach to building an Agile organization that recognizes that making informed choices is good. The fundamental advice is to start where you are, do the best you can—given the situation that you face—and always try to get better.
Disciplined Agile recently became the Project Management Institute’s Agile toolkit of choice and can support organizations delivering anything from non-profit services to large, complicated cyber-physical products. DA recognizes that every team, project, and organization operate within their own context.
At this Meetup, DA expert Alan Zucker will help you understand how Disciplined Agile fits into your context, how you can begin to apply it at your organization, and how you can become part of this new and exciting movement.
Alan Zucker has over 25 years of managing project execution organizations and strategic programs and is a Certified Disciplined Agile Instructor and Coach.
RSVP “Yes,” and you’ll receive a Meetup email before the event with the Zoom join link. If you have any issues joining, or questions email [masked].
Pop into Zoom to connect with other Agilists and learn about Disciplined Agile in our next DC Lean+Agile Meetup.
Everyone is welcome at this casual meetup. Listen in or add to the discussion, and share/seek opportunities with the extensive DC Lean+Agile network.
6:00-6:30: Introductions & Networking
*The Zoom link will be published on the day of the event.
GET TO KNOW ALAN:
Alan Zucker has over 25-years of experience managing projects and project execution organizations in Fortune 100 companies. His agile experience predates the Agile Manifesto, and he played a leadership role in the Agile-DevOps transformation of a large financial services enterprise.
Currently, Alan is an instructor and consultant, sharing his project management and agile experience. He developed the agile professional development programs at George Mason University and the Northern Virginia Community College.
Alan is one of the first PMI members to be certified as a Discipline Agile Instructor and Coach. He also holds advanced agile certifications from Scrum Alliance and the Scaled Agile Institute (SAFe).
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm