Ireland Chapter of PMI

The Fundamentals of Agile Programmes

The Fundamentals of Agile Programmes

The Fundamentals of Agile Programmes

The fundamentals of Agile Programmes


In this lively interactive session, - meaning lots of post its and walking about! - Jon Ward will outline the fundamentals and practice of leading agile programmes.  Jon will identify how agile uses frameworks such as SAFe or LeSS or Scrum@Scale to manage programme sized activities.  We will discuss how to start an agile programme and how this mirrors managing successful programmes.   Lastly, Jon will discuss Agile Programme Management principles such as Synchrony and the impacts of continuous integration and continuous delivery. 


Following this session, you should:

  1. Understand the programme management role within agile
  2. Understand how agile frameworks support programme management
  3. Be aware of the critical agile programme management principles
  4. Smile when you hear the term agile WoW! 

You will earn 1.5 PDUs for attending this event.  If you are a member of the Ireland Chapter of the PMI, when you register and attend, we will auto register the PDUs for you.   


Event Properties

Event Date 24-Nov-2020 6:00 pm
Event End Date 24-Nov-2020 9:00 pm
Registration Start Date 01-May-2020
Cut off date 24-Nov-2020 6:00 pm
Individual Price Free
No. of Strategic PDUs .5
No. of Technical PDUs 1.0
PMI Event Number C144WW9P8H
Location Dublin: City Centre Location to be advised


Jonathan Ward

Beneficial Consulting Ltd

Jon is an agile catalyst; he helps organisations to produce improved bottom-line by adopting agile. A Change Management expert for over thirty years - Jon believes in contextual agile. Rather than using a single framework or set techniques, Jon introduces appropriate ways of agile working enabling organisations to achieve their strategic goals. For Jon, this contextual focus involves tailoring agile approaches and blending them sometimes with traditional techniques. For example; recently, Jon combined Benefits Management approaches with components from SAFe and Disciplined Agile. Consequently, Jon has a reputation as a pragmatist; and for implementing agile ways of working, which increase performance and productivity.