Free Tech Webinar - 7 Myths about Agile

New Technology Network (DC / VA / MD)
Fri, 1 Jun 2012, 16:00 - 19:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , Reston, US

Presented by Joseph Flahiff

Friday, June 01, 2012 - 12:00 Noon to 01:00 PM PST cordially invites you to join a Technology related webinar on title ?7 Myths about Agile ?

Webinar Highlights

Agile Expert, Joseph Flahiff will help debunk 7 common myths about agile. As any idea becomes popular myths crop up everywhere. Joseph addresses these myths head on.

Myths we will cover include:
? Agile is just for software projects
? Agile requires dedicated resources (People)
? There is no planning in agile
? You can?t have fixed requirements in agile

And many more. Come with your questions too because we will save time to address you specific burning questions about agile.

Speaker's Profile:

Joseph Flahiff is the President and CEO of Whitewater Projects a firm that addresses the issues with agile in mixed agile/waterfall contexts commonly found in enterprise organizations and government. He is also Co-Chair of PMI-ACP Content Support team. Whitewater Projects provides numerous resources on their website including: free monthly webinars, PMI-ACP Sample exam, Interviews with other agile experts and a list of upcoming classes worldwide.


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