Much has been written about the merits of Agile and there is no doubt, particularly when it comes to software development, that adopting an adaptive approach to managing projects can and does pay dividends.
However, the crescendo to adopt Agile techniques for all projects does need to be checked and balanced. “Agile is eating the world,” surveys indicate that senior executives give high priority to becoming agile, but the gap between aspiration and reality can lead to claims that overstate both the value of Agile and what it can deliver.
Do the claims and clamour for Agile Project Management need to be checked? Join us for a discussion led by Terence O'Donnell who will examine the claims.
You will earn 0.5 Technical & 0.5 Leadership PDU when you attend this live webinar.
You will receive an email on September 29th with the link to join the webinar.
|Event Date||30-Sep-2021 1:00 pm|
|Event End Date||30-Sep-2021 2:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||08-Sep-2021 2:00 pm|
|Cut off date||29-Sep-2021 6:00 pm|
|No. of Technical PDUs||0.5|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||0.5|
|PMI Event Number||C144GYDWBJ|
Terence has extensive Project Management experience in both the public and private sector and is currently Projects & Consulting Director @Auxilion, part of the I.T. Alliance Group. The company delivers a range of Project Management and IT Services in Ireland and the UK.
Governance and compliance are two specialties that Terence leverages in his consulting engagements; as a certified Data Protection Officer with extensive experience in corporate and project governance, he has a track record of advising clients in the data protection and compliance domain in the new 'GDPR era'.
Prior to this he was the Director of the Centre for Project Management in UL and was the Professor in Project Management; he was also the Director of the MBA programme during his tenure.
This was preceded by Global PMO Roles in Digital / Compaq where he ran major global ICT and organisational change programmes for a series of 'blue-chip' clients.
He is also a non-executive director of a number of organizations where project management & IT services are the dominant skill-set.
He is a founding member of the Ireland Project Management Institute's (PMI) chapter and is a past president of the Irish chapter; he has a B.Sc. in Computer Science, a Masters in Project Management, a Masters in Governance, a Masters in History and holds a range of industry accreditations including the PMP, PgMP & the PfMP. He was recently recognised for his consulting and training engagement in the field of Project Management by being awarded the Distinguished Contribution Award at the 2017 Ireland National Project Management Awards for his career achievements (thus far!).