PMI London Event
Does Agile PM Really Work?
30th September 2019 at 6 pm
University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5LS
Main Speaker: David Pilgrim – Director, Organisation Transformation & Talent
Aim: present on his experiences of what he sees to be the most important factors to successfully deliver in an agile way. Address some of the myths of agile delivery e.g. agile is ‘new’.
Audience: Event is targeted at PMI registered Project Managers of varying experience, senior to junior, working across a mix of industries, with an interest in exploring big picture views as well as what’s pertinent to them as PMs and in the market.
Overview of presentation:
Over the past few years we have seen a number of important disruptors take centre stage in the business world and part of the solution to embracing these disruptors has been the recognition and importance of being agile. Agility is often associated with a delivery methodology, which has mixed reports of success. What we will explore is the true meaning of Business Agility and its importance to you as PMs.
Agile delivery can’t work effectively without a culture of agile mind-sets and sponsorship from the very top. This session will explain what does this mean for the traditional Project Managers and open to a discussion with the audience on the changes required to support successful transition to Agile PM.
David is a Director in Deloitte, leading Financial Services Digital Transformation in the Human Capital team. He has led Banking and Insurance Digital Transformation programmes over the last 7yrs. This has included exciting new digital business propositions for Private Banking and General Insurance clients. David also leads Deloitte’s Agile Transformation capability, helping clients build on their Digital change experiences by taking these practices and ‘ways of working’ into the broader enterprise.
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|Event Date||30-09-2019 6:00 pm|
|Event End Date||30-09-2019 8:30 pm|
|Cut off date||30-09-2019 10:00 am|
|Location||University of Westminster|