Sprinting To Be Agile!
(a 4 episode mini-series brought to you by Wisconsin Agility on behalf of PMI-Madison)
Episode 1: Org Structures (training for the race), February 23
Episode 2: Work Structures (race day prep), April 12
Episode 3: Flow (the race), June 23
Episode 4: Validation (race results), August 23
Season Finale at PDD: Sprinting To Be Agile: Bringing It All Together, October 4 2023
Chapter members can reserve their place in advance and save $75 on the entire series by registering now. Registration for the series provides registration for all 4 episodes and for Professional Development Day 2023 for a combined price of $375.
Alternately, one can register individually:
Meetings will be held in the evenings. The meeting location will be in the Madison area and posted at least 45 days in advance. Professional Development Day is on October 4th at Monona Terrace.
|Cut off date||10-01-2023|
|Individual Price||Includes 4 chapter meetings and PDD registration|
|No. of Businiess Acument PDUs||4|
|No. of Ways of Working PDUs||4|
|No. of Power Skills PDUs||4|
Registration, Drinks, Networking
Agile presentation by Chad and Jeff
Wrap-up and Socialize
Chad is an organizational agility advisor, external change agent, and Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) with Scrum.org. He promotes organizational agility and positive pressure for change through speaking, advising, coaching, and training. As a trusted advisor, he works with all levels of the organization to optimize your business to respond to change. Progammer, project manager, product owner, business owner - Chad has a diverse background that helps him connect with people throughout the entire organization. In addition to speaking at conferences across the United States, Chad is active in the Wisconsin agile community - organizing meetups in multiple regions (Mad City Agility and Central Wisconsin Agile) and founder of the Mad City Agility Conference.
Jeff is a Professional Scrum Trainer (PST) with Scrum.org, organizational agility advisor, and speaker. He has been a Product Owner, Scrum Master and Development Team member and has worked with companies ranging from enterprise to small start-ups. While working with many teams across many companies Jeff has found that most problems are not technology problems, but are organizational structure, process, and people problems. Jeff brings storytelling, a broad array of experience, along with a collaborative approach to teaching and speaking. Jeff is the co-host of The Agile Wire podcast where he speaks with industry leaders around the world. He also speaks at conferences across the United States. Jeff is active in the Wisconsin agile community - organizing meetups in multiple regions (Mad City Agility and Central Wisconsin Agile) and founder of the Mad City Agility Conference.