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PRANKS 14: "Agility over Agile Frameworks"

Dear Project Management Fellows,


PRANKS (Project Management Knowledge Sharing) is a fun and knowledge-packed event to meet and greet with other project management practitioners where you can upgrade your skills, share your experiences and ideas.

Our 14th PRANKS session will be held on:

Date: Tuesday, September 29th, 2020
Time: 19:00 - 20:30 WIB (Waktu Indonesia Barat)

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My current, always evolving understanding of Agile:

The problems that we face, for which Agile is an attempted solution:

Quality (Software must be easy to change)
Unpredictability (You can't predict the future precisely and accurately)
Economics (Opportunity cost -- you don't get everything)
Scope (What we're building is important and uncertain)
Team (Human factors matter most)

To solve those in software organizations, you have to address problems in 6 areas:

People -- how to work together well
Execution -- how to build, deploy, test well
Process -- how to organize work
Product -- what work to do
Enterprise -- Funding, HR, Change management, etc.
Reasons -- "Adopting Agile" fails. Pursue a goal using agile

And the central solution set in Agile is

Progress -- don't choose a method -- keep improving
Us-theory -- Who does the work: Us (!= you or me or them)
Focus -- Do one thing at a time
Feedback -- Learn fast & change direction fast
Excellence -- continuous focus on quality is essential
Decoupling -- Small, separate pieces that don't rely on one another. It's more than just size.


Kyle Griffin has 25 years of experience as a programmer, process improvement specialist, and teacher.  His extensive knowledge of programming includes C/C++, Android/Java/Groovy, and Python.  He has been teaching and implementing XP programming practices since before the Agile Manifesto was written.  In the last 10 years, he has worked variously as a lead programmer, agile coach, and trainer/mentor.  Because of his forty thousand hours spent teaching and his experience as a programmer, he understands deeply the importance of taking a hands-on approach in the


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You will earn 2 PDUs to maintain your PMI credential.


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IDR 75,001 for Non-Member / Public

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