We are delighted to host Mirjana Slapničar, Senior Project Manager with Comtrade Digital Services to present to our members on the topic of Agile in Heavily Regulated Environments.
Agile has been with us from the end of 1990s, so the days of its reckless youth are well behind it. Due to its apparent self-declared stance towards regulation, its application in heavily regulated environments seemed doubtful at least at the beginning. But let us look behind the red flag that is Agile Manifesto.
Has Agile practice, as well as understanding of it, matured to make its distinct mark in highly regulated environment?
What are the benefits agile practice can bring to such environments?
What are the possible drawbacks of using it in traditionally waterfall spaces, in highly regulated ones in particular?
How can we address them?
You will earn 1 technical PDU when you attend this webinar. If you register with your PMI Member ID and attend the live webinar, we will automatically record your PDU for you.
You will receive an email on November 23rd with the link to join the webinar.
|Event Date||24-Nov-2020 12:00 pm|
|Event End Date||24-Nov-2020 1:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||21-Oct-2020 6:00 pm|
|Cut off date||23-Nov-2020 5:30 pm|
|No. of Technical PDUs||1|
|PMI Event Number||C144EMFXWN|
Mirjana Slapničar has 20 years of experience in Project Management and Team Management, most notably in domains of banking, medical and public sector. She holds PMP, CSM and CSPO certificates and BSc in Computer Science.
Before venturing in IT industry, she worked in banking, where she started her project management career and was engaged in some of the major Slovenian banking projects of the time.
She has been a Senior Project Manager in Comtrade Digital Services for over 10 years. While with Comtrade, she has led several complex projects in various domains, including a major project in the field of medicine.
Apart from leading projects, Mirjana is active in inter-company process improvement activities, is an ISO 13485 internal auditor and an author of several papers on PM in the field of medicine, as well as a mentor.