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Online Project Management Series: How to Apply Hybrid-Agile PM Techniques

Learn an approach that can make the difference between project success and failure.

How to Apply Hybrid-Agile PM Techniques focuses on working quickly and iteratively, and being able to quickly pivot and redirect efforts. Agile practices are often used in engineering, software, IT, and manufacturing, among other industries. The pandemic has created a world where this flexibility is even more important, and where project managers may have to go back to the drawing board on a plan conceived pre-COVID. The “hybrid” element of this approach suggests that only some elements of Agile practices will be used or may be required in a given project. In this session, expert Brian Porter will provide valuable insights on this important topic. What You Will Cover Discover why Agile practices may be needed for a given project Learn how to adapt to the new challenges we’re facing Get familiar with the new best practices that PMI is instituting About the Expert Brian Porter has more than 20 years’ experience in project management, product management, engineering, and business strategy. He has worked in the computer sales, consumer products, hazardous waste, industrial manufacturing, and retail product markets. His diverse areas of expertise have earned him the nickname “The Human Swiss Army Knife.” He has a professional engineering license and has credentials as a Project Management Professional (PMP). About the Facilitator Dan Goeller is a Learning Solutions Manager responsible for the Project Management, Finance, and Data Analysis portfolios of courses. Among many projects he is proud to have managed was the development of the AMA OnDemand Training Library, a collection of 80 eLearning lessons and 20 courses. Dan earned a master’s degree in Business & Workplace Education from New York University, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Finance from The College of New Jersey. Dan is an avid advocate of the benefits that Learning & Development can have on the individual, group, and organization.

Seminar Number: 17616

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Who Should Attend

Individuals who currently manage projects or are new to project management, business analysts, subject-matter experts from any field who contribute to projects, managers responsible for projects, and experienced project managers.

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How to Apply Hybrid-Agile PM Techniques focuses on working quickly and iteratively, and being able to quickly pivot and redirect efforts. Agile practices are often used in engineering, software, IT, and manufacturing, among other industries. The pandemic has created a world where this flexibility is even more important, and where project managers may have to go back to the drawing board on a plan conceived pre-COVID. The “hybrid” element of this approach suggests that only some elements of Agile practices will be used or may be required in a given project. In this session, expert Brian Porter will provide valuable insights on this important topic.

What You Will Cover

  • Discover why Agile practices may be needed for a given project
  • Learn how to adapt to the new challenges we’re facing
  • Get familiar with the new best practices that PMI is instituting

About the Expert

Brian Porter has more than 20 years’ experience in project management, product management, engineering, and business strategy. He has worked in the computer sales, consumer products, hazardous waste, industrial manufacturing, and retail product markets. His diverse areas of expertise have earned him the nickname “The Human Swiss Army Knife.” He has a professional engineering license and has credentials as a Project Management Professional (PMP).

About the Facilitator

Dan Goeller is a Learning Solutions Manager responsible for the Project Management, Finance, and Data Analysis portfolios of courses. Among many projects he is proud to have managed was the development of the AMA OnDemand Training Library, a collection of 80 eLearning lessons and 20 courses. Dan earned a master’s degree in Business & Workplace Education from New York University, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Finance from The College of New Jersey. Dan is an avid advocate of the benefits that Learning & Development can have on the individual, group, and organization.

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