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Saturday 2 June 2012 Seminar: Agile Project Management and Systems Engineering

by Communications Team on April 23, 2012  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

Our Next JOINT Seminar with PMI

2 June 2012 (8:00am – 4:30pm)
Agile Project Management and Systems Engineering:
for Administrative, Technical, and Key Project Contributors

Description: Agile is now used by over 80% of world-wide technology-intensive projects. This includes the U.S. DoD, Fortune 500 financial firms, global telecommunications industry, and Silicon Valley staples such as Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Amazon, Microsoft, etc. Agile project management and systems engineering is a highly-disciplined paradigm for developing high-risk, time-sensitive, technology intensive systems. It is a flexible and lightweight alternative to historical scope-driven paradigms such as the PMBoK and SEBoK, while simultaneously satisfying stringent quality and reliability performance objectives. A major goal of this seminar is to provide key decision-makers with the skills to plan, lead, and contribute to contemporary projects.

Cost: $200

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This is a Joint Seminar with PMI Baltimore

(Continental Breakfast and Afternoon Snack will be provided. A Pizza Lunch will be available.)

Registration (Limited Seating – Please register early)

Paying online with PayPal: Go to our Registration Page can pay on line via credit card.

Location: UMBC Technology Center; 1450 South Rolling Road; Halethorpe, MD 21227

See UMBC TC Location Guide for directions

>>Download the Tutorial Flyer Here<<

Instructors:

Dr. Suzette Johnson Dr. Suzette Johnson works for Northrop Grumman as a systems engineer, project manager, and Certified Scrum Professional. She has a passion for implementing agile methods on large-scale programs. She’s led lean product development initiatives for commercial financial and enterprise management systems. She’s led teams of over 100 people on large-scale U.S. DoD systems-of-systems programs using agile methods. She helps government and commercial programs transition to the use of agile methods. She’s responsible for leading, implementing, and mentoring numerous clients, business units, and programs on how to adapt agile methods to their individual needs. She also leads Northrop’s agile methods community of practice, she’s a frequent conference speaker, and regularly provides training workshops. She has a doctorate degree from the University of Maryland, where she did her dissertation on agile methods, and has well over 20 years of experience.

Dr. David F. Rico Dr. David F. Rico is a U.S. DoD systems engineer, where he helps oversee a portfolio of large, multi-billion dollar government computer system programs. He has been a technical leader in support of NASA, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, and U.S. Army for over 25 years. He has led numerous projects based on Cloud Computing, Lean Thinking, Agile Methods, SOA, Web Services, Six Sigma, FOSS, ISO 9001, CMMI, Baldrige, TQM, DoDAF, etc. He specializes in IT investment analysis, portfolio valuation, and organization change. He has been an international keynote speaker, presented at leading industry conferences, written six textbooks, published numerous articles, is a reviewer for multiple systems engineering journals, and is a frequent PMI, INCOSE, ALN, and SPIN speaker. He is a Certified PMP, ACP, and CSM, and teaches systems and software engineering at four Washington, DC-area universities. He has been in the field of information systems since 1983.


Sponsors:

INCOSE Chesapeake Chapters wishes to thank our sponsors to this event for their generous contributions. Without their involvements this event would have been impossible. Thanks!

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