Upcoming 7/18: “Battle of the Frameworks: Choosing Agile Approaches for Government Projects”
SAFe, Scrum, Kanban, or something else? Experienced leaders of agile government projects explain how to choose the right approach for your team size and project type — starting with a beginner-level overview of each framework.
When / Where
Thursday, July 18 @ 12pm PT / 3pm ET
Online – register for your event link
$9 (proceeds benefit the AGL Association, a nonprofit helping government modernize)
AGL members can attend this event for free!
Members of AGL are public and private sector practitioners sharing knowledge and learning skills for improving government IT programs and culture. Become a member here, then apply your member discount code for this event at checkout. (You’ll also gain access to other member benefits throughout the year.)
- Overview of SAFe, Scrum, and Kanban in government context
- How to decide if a framework is suitable for a particular project
- How to involve the customer effectively regardless of the framework you’re using
- Warning signs that a framework is not a good fit for a particular project
- Bring your own questions! Audience participation is encouraged.
All registrants will be entered into a drawing for a raffle book prize. This month’s book is “Personal Kanban: Mapping Work, Navigating Life” by Jim Benson.
Winner will be announced during the event. If selected, you must be present (online) at the event to claim it!
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- Karen Bruns, Monarch Agile Solutions
- Grace Simrall, Louisville Metro Government
- Rob Klopp, formerly SSA
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“Practical Advice for Government Transformation”
Ten-minute lightning talks from AgileGovCon