Webinar: Lean for Project Agility

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Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):

This Webinar is eligible for 1.5 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.


Event Description:

Organizations undertake projects to achieve a business objective. Projects should help increase revenue or reduce costs. In either case, reducing the time it takes to complete projects, without impacting quality, contributes directly to the bottom-line. Lean comprises a set of tools to enable you to do just that. This webinar will show how to use Lean concepts to delivery projects faster.

Speaker Bio: 

Charan Atreya

My primary goal is to enable high performing teams do what they do best – successfully deliver complex programs amid tight deadlines to meet business objectives. Whether it is the development of a complex system or turning around a troubled project, no challenge is too daunting. Injection of Lean Kanban/Agile practices into the management of projects has helped improve team-work essential for breakthrough performance. With over 17 years of business experience, the transformative journey from traditional program practices to Lean Kanban/Agile has been exhilarating. In the spirit of continuous improvement, if you have adapted Lean Kanban, Agile, Theory of Constraints (Critical Chain), ITIL – DevOps, in short – within your project environment, software development lifecycle (SDLC) or operational processes, I would be delighted to hear from you. I can reached through my blog or by email ca@kanbanway.com.

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Written by Charan Atreya
A seasoned LEAN specialist with a passion for process improvement, I have been pushing the boundaries of traditional project management practices to deliver projects faster and reduce costs, while meeting business objectives. I am attracted to Big Hairy Audacious Goals and find the challenges of identifying simple solutions to complex business problems exhilarating. It also gives me utmost satisfaction to watch breakthrough performances achieved by project teams whose processes I have helped improve. I also coach and mentor individuals who take an interest in LEAN, six sigma and theory of constrains and explore ways to adapt them to their unique project management environment. You can learn more about my experiments at kanbanway.com or email me at ca@kanbanway.com.
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