Agile Project Delivery for Large Non-Software Related Projects webinar

Agile Project Delivery is not an easy task especially for large non-software related projects. In other words, moving to a more agile way of working is not easy. Most infrastructure projects are still delivered via a linear Waterfall approach of design, build, test, and commission through large and often disparate teams.

Businesses already having to cope with the ever shifting global uncertainties now are having to get used to a new reality and fundamentally re-engineer how they deliver their projects.

A Project Manager’s Survival Guide to Agile Project Delivery

DADA Enterprises is supporting the Project Management Institute (PMI) as part of a series of webinars on practical tools that Project Managers can use to cope with this uncertainty, which will only increase.

Join us on the 30th April 2020 at 18:00 BST (13:00 EST) by registering here where we will explain how major non-software related projects can also move towards Agile project delivery.

Our free webinar will look at how PMOs can go further and be a driver of transformation. We will ask the question whether Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) can be used to scale Agile to large programs of work that are not software related. We will look at how Agile PMOs can help Project Managers follow an iterative development approach to planning and delivery.

Jump in and join this LIVE session to engage with us on answering your ‘real-world’ questions and challenges.

As part of the Project Management Institute (PMI) family, ProjectManagement.com  is one of the largest one-stop shop for PM answers to deliver free templates and webinars to help projects manage this uncertainty.

Agile Project Delivery

We will look at how the PMO can support Agile project delivery and how the PMO can support overall business agility to adopt some of the Agile mind-set.

Are you ready to learn how to move to a more agile way of working to deliver your infrastructure projects? Join us on Thursday, April 30th at 18:00 BST FREE even and earn PMI PDU .

How PMOs can support Agile delivery type and keep up with the reporting requirements of frequency and metrics required for Agile delivery

How Agile methodology can be delivered within Target Price and Fixed Price scenarios via Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)

Benefits management and benefits realisation to support Agile project delivery

How Agile PMO can monitor progress, track performance, and measure value from incremental deliveries

Changes to financial reporting to cover hybrid portfolios including both Waterfall and Agile delivery reporting

Risk Management within Agile Project Management

You can’t miss it! Register for your FREE ticket here

GET YOUR FREE COPY OF TEASER SLIDES FOR THIS SESSION

Not sure whether you should attend and what value you will get out of it? Download your free copy of the teaser slides to see how an Agile mind-set will require changes to processes for risk draw-down, benefits management and change control.

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This webinar qualifies the following PDUs:

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This webinar will provide you invaluable insights to ensure successful Agile Project Delivery especially for large non-software related projects.

Please note that the webinar will be Agile jargon speak free. We explain the best practices of Agile delivery using normal NEC project delivery terms. Obviously it is unrealistic to expect that companies will completely transform their governance practices and contract delivery. So finally the webinar will explain how best practices can still be adopted under your existing project governance, using hybrid portfolios including both Waterfall and Agile delivery reporting.

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9 Comments
  1. John Tiersk 1 month ago

    Thank You For Sharing!!

  2. Thomas Murphy 1 month ago

    Is it possible to enroll without having PMI Membership? As a PRINCE2 Certified professional, it aroused my interest.

    • Content on Projectmanagement.com is split between “Premium” and “General” classification. For the latter you can watch sessions without needing to be a PMI Member. You just need to get a FREE account with https://www.projectmanagement.com/ to enrol.

      However as this content is deemed Premium and to join the webinar you would need to become a PMI Member for $129 per year. However this would also unlock all of the other Premium Content on https://www.projectmanagement.com and you would also be able to watch all their on-demand Premium webinar versions as well as download Premium tools and templates.

      As we at DADA recognised these are difficult times for some companies and individuals we have made part of the presentation free to download with the link below:
      https://www.big-dada.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/30April2020_Sachin-Melwani_Agile_Project_Delivery.pdf

      • Thomas Murphy 1 month ago

        Thank you for clarification.

    • Content on Projectmanagement.com is split between “Premium” and “General”. The latter can be accessed without charge with a FREE account if you enrol via https://www.projectmanagement.com.

      This webinar is however deemed “Premium” content and so you would have to become a PMI Member for an annual charge of $129 per year to access the webinar. However afterwards you would be able to watch the webinar on demand as well as access other Premium content on demand such as webinars, tools and templates for no further charge.

      We at DADA recognise that this is a difficult time for many businesses and individuals. So we have made some part of the presentation available to download for free via the link below.
      https://www.big-dada.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/30April2020_Sachin-Melwani_Agile_Project_Delivery.pdf

      Hopefully it is appreciated that we could not release the full presentation for free as we also needed to comply with our copyright restrictions to Projectmanagement.com.

  3. Beth Bose 1 month ago

    Which is the best agile software project management tool? I am trying to find the answer of this question.

  4. Giuseppe Gravalle 1 month ago

    Is that applicable to the construction and oil&gas industry? In other words, can we used agile for pipeline?

  5. Hi Giuseppe,
    The reason why lot of CAPEX projects struggle with applying Agile is that it is based on developing an Agile Release Train (ART) which creates a continuous delivery of a Minimum Viable Product (MPV) to the End User to develop a better final product. This is a problem for CAPEX projects which are have a start date and end date, a Works Information, contractual responsibilities and penalties. Without giving away much further of the webinar we shall explain firstly these barriers and then how companies need not completely transform their governance practices and contract delivery but adopt best practices using hybrid portfolios including both Waterfall and Agile delivery reporting.

    Please have a look at the teaser slides for further information.

    Hope the above helps to make your mind up,
    Scarlett

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