PMI New Jersey Chapter    40 Years    Calendar Pulse Email Meetup
LinkedIn YouTube
PMINJ 2021 April Agile Discussion Group
Wednesday, 28 Apr - 6:00 - 7:00 PM

Webinar

Topic: How Agile Anti-Patterns can generate undesired consequences for your Team and Organization
Time:  6 to 7:00pm


Description: 
What is a Agile anti-pattern? Definition from Wikipedia:
An anti-pattern is a common response to a recurring problem that is usually ineffective and risks being highly counterproductive.
At first they may seem harmless but if unchecked they could end up harming your agile adoption by thwarting a team to self-organize. We will be using a deck of Anti-Pattern Cards that have been published by Adam Weisbart along with Miro to share each card to discuss typical things you may encounter which may include things like:

  • “We can never get in touch with our Product Owner”
  • “We don't have to plan now that we're agile. We do stuff on the fly.”
  • “We’re in a hurry, we'll do QA after the Sprint.”
These are ineffective solutions to common problems that usually result in undesired consequences.

During this session we will discuss over 20 agile anti-patterns and understand who can resolve them so that you can help your team and organization avoid these traps.

Earn 1.0 PDU
Session Codes C020-20210428


   0.0 - Leadership
   0.0 - Strategic
   1.0 - Technical

Also, this program may be eligible for 1 SEU for Scrum Alliance certification holders.
 

Facilitators

Nitin Khanna and Bob Phillips

Nitin  Bob

Nitin Khanna, PMI-ACP, ICP-ACC/ATF, ORSC, CSP, PSM III, PSPO III, PSD, PSU, SPC, LeSS, SPS

Bob Phillips, MBA, PMP, PMI-ACP, ICE-AC (ICP-ACC/ATF), CSP (CSM/CSPO), CLP, Scrum@Scale, SA

Both Nitin and Bob are Agile-certified coaches and core Agile LCI enthusiasts.  They each have been speakers at our chapter’s monthly meetings.

© 2021 PMINJ
powered by multirater.com