PMO Flashmob is back in Manchester, slap bang in the middle of the Northern Quarter for a night of Serious PMO Play on Thursday 17th May 2018.
It takes place at:
51 Lever St.
Manchester M1 1FN
Starting at 6pm until 8pm, session costs £15 and includes drinks and nibbles.
This is the third session we’ve ran and it’s a great event for a number of reasons – it’s a good way to meet others; the techniques involved are great for making you think differently but also being able to articulate things differently too. It’s a funny night, plus you can get a little jealous of some people’s creations! Part of the evening – when you’ve had a few practice runs – is to explore the Agile stuff:
We’re combining serious games and play with one of our most popular topics at the moment – Agile.
Specifically, this evening session is all about exploring the mindsets and behaviours that are commonplace with Agile projects and programmes. We’ll be playing to explore how by understanding these behaviours we can better deliver the right services and perhaps more importantly the right PMO approach.
We’re in the Northern Quarter with Parag Gogate from Change Innovation Lab.
Take a look at the overview from the night in London to get a flavour of what you can expect.
Thursday 17th May at thestudio, BUILD Room, 51 Lever St, Manchester M1 1FN
The evening starts with doors open at 6pm. Gaming starts at 6.15pm and finishing at 8.00pm.
Places are limited so please get your booking in soon!
Costs £15Book Your Place
About Parag Gogate
Parag is passionate about helping organisations, teams and individuals improve their change capability and agility through serious games and play. He has been involved with multitude of business transformation programmes and projects in multi-national, complex and fast changing business environments.
Some of his varied work assignments have included IT applications/system implementations, integrated management system development & implementations, new contract mobilisations, development and implementation of business change framework, leading process & customer service improvement initiatives.
Parag is a committee member of APM’s Enabling Change Specific Interest Group where he leads Innovation & Collaboration. He is also member of Agile Business Consortium working on developing Agile Leadership and Culture frameworks.