Press Release: Conventional and Agile Project Management Comparison
Conventional and Agile Project Management Comparison
The Metrolina Chapter of the Project Management Institute in conjunction with Value Transformation will present a comparison of conventional project management with agile project management.
Hickory, NC — The NC Metrolina Chapter of the Project Management Institute together with Value Transformation are pleased to announce a chapter meeting which will be held on Thursday April 24, 2014 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM in Hickory, North Carolina at CVCC Corporate Development Center.
The event will provide an explanation of Agile project management methods in Conventional Project Management context. The event will associate conventional project management practices and artifacts with the agile analogue.
An understanding of how an agile project achieves the same objectives as a conventional project reduces the misunderstanding associated with agile. At one time, agile was relegated to software projects or projects that had a high degree of technology that may not have been mastered. However, the tools and techniques of agile can help any business.
The event will take place on Thursday April 24, 2014 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Catawba Valley Community College Corporate Development Center 2664 Hwy 70 SE, Hickory NC 28602.
About NC Metrolina Chapter of the Project Management Institute
The NC Metrolina Chapter is a not-for-profit organization and chapter of PMI, Inc. Our mission is to advance and promote the practice and profession of Project Management among its Chapter members and throughout the Piedmont Triad; supported through the instillation of globally recognized standards, and professional development opportunities.
To learn more about NC Piedmont Triad Chapter of Project Management Institute – Visit: http://www.pmi-metrolina.com/
About Jon M. Quigley
Jon M. Quigley PMP CTFL is a North Carolina resident and principal and founding member of Value Transformation, a product development training and cost improvement organization. Jon has an Engineering Degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and two Master Degrees from City University of Seattle where he teaches classes via distance learning.
Jon is a member of SAE, ASQ, AIAG and PMI and he has CTFL certification from ISTQB. He is also the co-author of seven books on a variety of topics from project management (including Agile), product testing and software development management.