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2018 Commonwealth Games program of work & "Dirty Agile - Agile from the trenches"
Brisbane Chapter Event, 16 March 2017
About our speakers
Wayne Clay - GC2018
Wayne leads the planning and delivery of the City of Gold Coast's GC2018 Commonwealth Games program valued at over $2 Billion. He will be detailing this huge international event, giving us unrivalled insight into GC2018 Program which has everything including complexity, political interference, difficult stakeholders, immovable schedule, tight budgets & complex challenges.
Steve Randall - QBCC Digital Transformation
Ranked by LinkedIn in the worlds top10 Agile Evangelists. Steve is currently the Program Director at the QBCC where the results from their agile customer transformation is receiving international acclaim from the likes of Gartner, DTO, QLD Innovation and the ex US federal CIO... Steve will take you through the QBCC journey "Dirty Agile - Agile from the trenches!" and will answer any questions you may have.
Event details: 16 March 2017
Credit Union Australia, Level 23, 145 Ann Street, Brisbane
PDU Category: Technical
Brisbane Chapter Event, 21 February 2017
This event provides insight into how Project Managers can support their organisations implement Agile delivery approaches alongside traditional methodologies.
Having purposeful agility can shape decisions and problem solving in organisations today and how awareness of this enables PMs to be effective in diverse environments.
Good leadership requires situational awareness and openness to change. These are also values of Agile. Based on David Snowden’s cynefin framework, awareness of dynamics and levels of complexities of a situation can allow us to be purposeful in our approach to decisions and problem solving. The concept of purposeful agility uses this framework to illustrate that there is not just one way to ‘do’ Agile. Agile, as a way of ‘being’ and continuous learning, has by nature, an inspect and adapt mentality. When the cynefin framework is considered in an agile delivery context, it’s a powerful tool to determine the type of delivery style suited to a situation.
About our Speaker
Renae Craven, Queensland Agile Capability Lead at SMS Management and Technology
Renae has over six years of experience coaching large organisations during their transition to an Agile methodology, including the establishment of roles, development of cross functional teams and improvement of practices and processes. Renae has also affected cultural change by coaching individuals to adapt to an agile mindset from an individual or fixed mindset.
Renae, a certified Scrum Master, is a strong facilitator and is passionate about building delivery teams that can self-organise to achieve commitments and hold themselves accountable for all outcomes.
Jennifer Miller, Independent Consultant at Queensland Health
Jennifer has over 13 years project management experience with seven years of experience in an Agile delivery environment, working as a Project Manager (PRINCE 2 practitioner), Certified Scrum Master and coach to foster the foundations needed to support a sustainable Agile delivery environment. Bringing her passion for focusing on business value delivery together with her depth of portfolio and project management experience, Jennifer fosters and promotes Agile leadership and governance capability building in organisations, from executives to PMO's to delivery teams.
Event details: 21 February 2017 at
SMS Management & Technology, Lvl 13, 259 Queen St, Brisbane
PDU Category: Technical - 1.0 PDUs
Project Management: Still Missing What Really Matters
In this presentation Associate Professor Jon Whitty shows us:
why we should not be surprised when project management tools and methods fail to deliver the results we hoped they would
how we have missed what really matters in the selection process of what is ‘best’ for managing project work.
About our Speaker
Jon Whitty, Associate Professor at University of Southern Queensland
Jon's a recognised leader and researcher in the evolutionary approach to project managment as well as complex and systemic behaviour. His specialities are the rights and welfare of project managers as well as complex behaviour and the evolution in the social and professional setting.