Upcoming: “Measuring the Success of Agile Contracts in Government”
This event was scheduled for Jan 16, but has been postponed to ensure we have a balanced discussion with both government and industry. Government shutdown has prevented some of the panelists from being available at the scheduled date.
Agile contracts are intended to deliver business value, but this can be challenging to measure objectively. Leaders in modern procurement discuss lessons (many learned the hard way) about specific deliverables and metrics to track the success of work on modular contracts.
DATE TBD @ 12pm PT / 3pm ET
All registrants will be entered into a drawing for a raffle book prize. This month’s book is “Failing Forward: Turning Mistakes into Stepping Stones for Success” by John C. Maxwell.
Winner will be announced during the event. If selected, you must be present (online) at the event to claim it!
- Specific deliverables that can help identify progress
- Holding vendors accountable for their work
- Measuring progress with Work Order Authorizations
- What to avoid — common failures in measuring contract success
- High level directives vs. agency level metrics
- Is EVM compatible with agile delivery?
Audience participation welcome! Panelists welcome your questions during the event.
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