About this Event
How do we make the transition to DA?
By now you have probably heard about Disciplined Agile, PMI’s approach to both tactical and scaled Agile. We know that Disciplined Agile is not a framework, but a toolkit that can be applied in many different work environments and can differ based on the context of which you are using it. But where do you start and how do you make the transition? Join me as we take a look at DA and how it can be tailored and applied to your methodologies.
Guest Speaker: Chastine Lynch
Chastine lives in Palmer Alaska with her husband of 10 years. She has been working in Project Management in the Telecommunications industry for over a decade. She has a Bachelor’s in Business Administration and is certified as a Disciplined Agile Senior Scrum Master (DASSM), Disciplined Agile Coach (DAC), and Project Manager Professional (PMP), along with her Six Sigma Black Belt (SSBBP). She has been PMI’s Alaska DA representative since 2019.
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