We first touched on the subject of Agile PMO back in late 2014. Since that time, PMOs have been making changes to accommodate Agile projects alongside their organisation’s traditional waterfall projects.
We thought the time was right to revisit the subject of Agile PMO but take it to the next step and learn more about what changes PMOs are making and how they’re supporting Agile projects within their organisations.
For this month’s PMO Mini-Masterclass we’ll be listening to John McIntyre, PMO Director at Ticketmaster International giving insights into how their PMO is set up to provide governance and support to Agile projects.
This evening session covers two areas;
- Understanding the main principles of Agile projects – what constitutes an Agile project, which core processes and techniques are in play
- The role of the PMO in supporting Agile projects – what changes were needed within the PMO, what skillsets and knowledge people within the PMO needed; how the PMO provides governance of these projects and what will be needed in the future.
The session takes place at Ticketmaster International in Angel, Islington, London:
4 Pentonville Road, London, N1 9HF, United Kingdom
The PMO Mini-Masterclass takes place on Thursday 25th February. Doors open at 6pm, main session starts at 6.30pm and concludes at 8pm. There will be refreshments and food provided throughout the evening. There will be networking afterwards so please don’t rush off afterwards.
The PMO Mini-Masterclass costs £36 (£30+VAT) which includes entry to the session, all food and drinks.
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Tickets are restricted to 40 people – please book early to avoid disappointment.