Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: PMI NAC 2017 Conference
When 7 May 2017
2 PM MDT
Location Edmonton Marriot at River Cree Resort & Conference Centre
Edmonton, Alberta Canada T7X 3Y3
Presenter: Mark Lines
Northern Alberta’s premier event for project management professionals is back! This two-day event promises a renewed emphasis on programming that will explore, evolve, and elevate your professional development. The conference also has a unique focus on technical content in alignment with the new PMI Talent Triangle and Continuing Certification Requirements program.
The theme this year, “Explore. Evolve. Elevate.” provides the project management community in Northern Alberta with an opportunity to explore career possibilities, elevate project success, and evolve skills in project management. The conference demonstrates PMINAC’s continued commitment to delivering value to its membership, partners and sponsors.
The conference will offer topics of interest to a wide audience base, stimulating engagement, while leveraging many rich historical traditions of past conferences.
This year’s conference maintains PMINAC’s commitment to building a recognizable brand for our industry, harnessing the potential and rich opportunities for project management in Alberta.
Disciplined Agile Delivery: Going Beyond Scrum
Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) is the solution development portion of the Disciplined Agile (DA) process decision framework. DAD is a hybrid which adopts proven strategies from Scrum, XP, Agile Modeling, Outside In Development, Lean/Kanban, DevOps, and others in a disciplined manner. DAD provides goal-driven, tailorable advice for the full solution delivery life-cycle that goes beyond the software-construction focus of other agile methods. Because delivery teams do not work in a vacuum DAD is enterprise aware, showing how agile teams can leverage and enhance their existing IT ecosystem in a governable manner. DAD is at the forefront of modern agile/lean methods for the enterprise.
To register for the PMI NAC 2017 Conference