Breaking down the silos in your organization with cross-functional “agile” teams may just be the change your company needs. Fostering organizational agility delivers company goals while quickly adapting to ever changing market conditions. Michael will introduce what Agile really means, and how it is a change in mindset not merely a new process. With these foundational elements, we will dive into the application of Scrum as well as experiential examples of how use agility to evolve your culture and welcome learning and innovation.
Presented topic of Agile Principals to group of project management professionals, as well as managers and executives, from multiple divisions of Stryker Corporation. Our topics covered concepts & principals of Agile Project Management, textbook process with ideas for when/where to implement, resource guidance, and a call to connect for further development. We finished with an interactive question and answer session with those in attendance.
A guest lecture on the differences between “conventional” and “enigmatic” projects, along with real world examples of when to use conventional (aka waterfall) techniques vs when to use “enigmatic” (aka Agile) techniques for projects. This topic was presented for a project management course within the Business and Information Systems Department at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, MI.