“Using Agile: Flying through Bottlenecks” Workshop presented by David D. Parker

Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Redwood City, CA

Agile is an iterative method of delivering value to customers in a highly flexible and interactive manner. A fundamental Agile principle is “maximizing the amount of work not done.” But this principle flies in the face of many traditional managers who have fallen into the trap of making sure that everyone is “busy.”

“Flying Through Bottlenecks” is an interactive exercise designed to help you understand the things that are preventing you and your organization from acheiving a more successful delivery of communication, information and value to your customers. We’ll learn by doing (and having fun). And we’ll bring in agile and lean ideas as we evolve and improve our efficiency, job satisfaction, and profitability.

About the Speaker:
David D. Parker is the Director of Marketing for Agile Learning Labs, specialists in experiential training, coaching, and team building. David helps people implement agile practices to create a more humane, creative, and satisfying work environment. He has applied agile techniques to corporate, non-profit, and social enterprises. He achieved Mastery in OpenAgile in 2010 and currently serves as the Executive Director of the OpenAgile Institute.

Date: Tuesday, March 29, 2011

7:30am – 8:00am       Registration and Breakfast
8:00am – 10:00am     Workshop


White Summers, 541 Jefferson Ave., Ste. 100, Redwood City, CA 94063



$35 for Non-Members; $25 for SDForum Members; $0 for Platinum Pass Holders
$10 More at the Door.

Please Note: We no longer accept American Express cards at the door.

Registration is limited to 25 participants.

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