Lean Methods for Collaborative Project Planning With Practical Applications to Agile (Scrum) Projects
This 2-day course, taught as an educational workshop, will provide systems engineers, software engineers, and project/program managers with specific tools and techniques they can immediately apply in current and modern Agile (Scrum) Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Application Development Lifecycle Management (ADLM) projects. Emphasis will be placed on, “Getting It Right, Right From the Start”. Participants will learn and practice Lean Method process steps for collaboratively developing the initial Product Backlog Item (PBI) set (i.e., initial Work Items) for Agile (Scrum) ALM/ADLM projects.
InstructorsMike Pafford has more than 40 years of experience in analyzing, designing, architecting, developing, testing, operating, and managing complex tasking, collection, processing, exploitation, analysis, dissemination, and reporting systems for the intelligence community. He is President-Elect of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Chesapeake Chapter, as well as Co-Chairman of the INCOSE Object-Oriented Systems Engineering Method (OOSEM) Working Group. He is an Instructor of Software Systems Engineering in the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Engineering for Professionals (EP) Masters in Systems Engineering curriculum.
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