Nitin Khanna and Bob Phillips
Our chapter’s Agile Local Community of
Interest (LCI) group meets in-person about three times a
year prior to the main presentation at our monthly
programs. Some attendees have expressed an interest
to extend the discussions that occur at these
gatherings. Furthermore, it is not always convenient
or possible for members to attend these occasional monthly
Therefore, as Agile encourages experimentation, we are
going to pilot a virtual discussion group for three
months. During this time, we will be asking the
attendees to provide feedback so we can gauge the interest
of our members in participating in these events and make
adjustments as necessary. The discussion group will
concentrate on topics regarding agile project management
challenges, best practices, and experiences. This as
an additional forum for these discussions to be more
accessible to our members.
The group meets on Wednesday during the week after the
PMINJ monthly meeting. Each meeting will have a specific
topic for discussion. The meetings will be conducted
virtually and will be facilitated by a veteran Agile
practitioner(s). To help foster an engaging
experience and get the most benefit out of the discussion
group, all attendees are encouraged to actively
participate and not just listen and observe.
Wednesday, 27 March - 6:00 - 7:00
Topic: How can Scrum Masters' and Agile Coaches help
Many Organizations have started embracing agility in a
formal manner. However, the distinction between a Scrum
Master and Coach still appears fuzzy to some. What are the
competencies expected in each role? Is there a “one size
fits all?” How would you pick?
Come learn about a few models of coaching and how it may
impact you, your teams or more!
Earn 1.0 PDUs - Session Code C020-20190327
0.0 - Leadership
0.0 - Strategic
1.0 - Technical
This meeting will be conducted
virtually using Zoom
. To participate in
this group, you will need the following:
- Reliable Internet connection.
- Web camera (self-facing). You are expected to use
the camera and make yourself visible during the
- Microphone and speakers / earbuds / headphones /
Nitin Khanna, PMI-ACP, ICP-ACC/ATF,
ORSC, CSP, PSM III, PSPO II
Bob Phillips, MBA, PMP, PMI-ACP, ICE-AC, CSP
Both Nitin and Bob are Agile-certified coaches and core
Agile LCI enthusiasts. They each have been
speakers at our chapter’s monthly meetings.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Open to PMINJ Members only. Free,
but you must register.
Only register if you are certain that you will be attending.
To cancel a reservation, send the PMINJ receipt to
IMPORTANT - Email Notices
- You will receive an e-mail confirming your enrollment
in this course when you register. The email will
include the link to the on-line session. This will
be the only notification you will receive.
- You will receive an e-mail after the on-line
discussion containing a link to a survey. Your
feedback will help us Inspect and Adapt to improve