PMINJ 2014 IPM Day LCIs 

06 Nov 2014

Somerset, NJ - The Palace



Following is the list of LCIs that will be represented at the Seminar:


 Nitin Khanna: 
The Agile LCI provides a specific focus on Scrum, eXtreme Programming (XP), Kanban and other Agile practices.We share common interests and challenges, experiences related to the setup and operation of Agile teams, discuss trends associated with Agility, provide continuing project management education, and learn from other Agile practitioners.  Our focus includes:

  • Defining thebenefits Agile practices offer
  • Bringing in Agile(such as Scrum) into an organization (bottom-up, top-down, stealth, etc.)
  • Ordering a backlog and maximizing ROI
  • Creating enterprise agility (e.g. Pathway to Agility via Scrum.Org or SAFe, etc.)
  • Highlighting the rules of Scrum vs. the advantage of a Framework
  • Identifying success factors (for profit vs. not for profit; internal vs. external products)
  • Quantifying metrics such as burndowns, burnups, velocity (its interpretation, use and misuse)
  • Planning releases
  • Sharing specific experiences regarding the setup and ongoing management of effective Agile Teams.
  • Studying trends associated with Agility (e.g. Version One Annual Survey)
  • Bringing awareness of various Agile organizations offering certifications and continuing education such as Scrum Alliance, Scrum.Org, ICAgile, and SAFe.
The Agile LCI is also still looking for volunteers for the LCI-Agile core committee. For more information, contact Nitin Khanna at the contact information (above) with the subject line “PMINJ LCI – Agile”

Anyone interested can also participate in the subgroup under  PMINJ’s LinkedIn group

 Local Group
 Jagdish Singh  848 248-2438 (cell)
 PMO LCI website:
 PMO LCI email :
The Program Management Office – Local Community of Interest (NJ PMO LCI) is a component of the PMINJ Chapter (Chapter) and associated with the greater PMO Community of Practice (COP). It leverages COP & local resources and works in conjunction with the Chapter to provide focused discussions on topics related to Program, Project and Portfolio Management to chapter membership and other project management professionals.

 The Group provides a forum to share common interests and challenges, share experiences related to the setup and operation of a Project, Program, and Portfolio Management Office (PMO), discuss trends associated with PMO, provide continuing project management education, and learn from other PMO professionals.

 The NJ PMO LCI Core Team looks forward to working with those who are interested in creating an informative, collaborative, interactive and most of all an enjoyable Local Community of Interest!

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