Talk by Scott M. Graffius at PMI California Central Valley Chapter Dinner Meeting on September 13, 2018
14 September 2018 by Scott M. Graffius - filed inAgile Scrum: Your Quick Start Guide with Step-by-Step Instructions | Public Speaker | Speaker | Talk | Agile Scrum: An Overview (Originally) for The Board of Directors of an Entertainment Company
I had the honor of speaking on agile project management at a dinner meeting of the Project Management Institute - California Central Valley Chapter (PMI-CCVC) in Bakersfield last night. The presentation provided a highly visual overview of Scrum — including the roles, responsibilities, tools, and techniques unique to the framework — with a focus on best practices and top factors typical in successful implementations.
Thank you to Fred Valenzano for the invitation and thank you to all of the PMI-CCVC members who attended the session. I enjoyed meeting and talking with everyone.
The feedback was fantastic. For those not at the event: an example of a sticky note used to collect comments at the end of the meeting is shown (the example is a blank one — not filled out — for privacy). It's excellent to know "What Went Well?" Potential improvements, however, typically come from the other question: "What Would You Change?" (Additionally, attendees can provide feedback via an online survey.) All of the feedback is important, appreciated, and valued.
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