The Agile-at-Scale Imperative
As consumers, employees, and partners expect instant interaction on demand, organizations of all sizes in every industry are hard-pressed to be agile at scale. To stay in the game, companies need to innovate quickly with their products and services, and continuously validate with users and markets. Operational efficiency, customer experience, and business efficiency must continuously improve.
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In an Agile environment, the project managers practice horizontal management and constantly seek both internal and external feedback.
Using Agile to implement PLM enables continuous improvement, and care of the principle of Fail-Fast, Learn-Quicker.
Assess existing processes, employ and incorporate Agile frameworks to increase productivity while reducing waste and building winning and fun teams.
The Scrum master and the development team are able to detect and discuss risk at various layers i.e. during sprint planning, sprint retrospective, and stand-up meetings.
Project Management enables leadership to plan and manage projects so that every objective and deliverable is completed on time and within budget.
A Flexible Supportive Partner
Individuals and organizations are unique. Every player, fan, manager, and the owner knows that the objective is to win every game, and the goal is to win the championship. It’s the same for everybody. They also know every player and every team is unique. The coach must recognize the character of each player, and raise the level of each player and the team as a whole.
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Thank you so much, David! The learning curve in the two courses has been exuberant! But for me, your empathy and passion for this field were even more important to learn from.
I cannot express how much I appreciate your teachings and your support. This is not just within the classroom environment because your teachings and support go beyond that. It is rare to find a teacher who genuinely cares and who actively does something to help.
I look forward to seeing you in some PMI meetings, and I am most looking forward to being involved in SV Project Management.
I am very happy to share my experience across two terms / two courses, all my apprehensions were dispelled in the very first hour of the class, away from regular PMBOK, knowledge areas, and processes – Prof. David went beyond, and his passion for the subject started resonating with us. Prof. David’s day-to-day examples connecting with Project Management were immensely helpful in grasping the subject and understanding the concepts well.
Krishna Reddy Esireddy
Thank you for your patience and for creating an environment where we are allowed to fail as well as succeed. For allowing us to ask questions without judging and for having a growth mindset with us. It is always a pleasure to have you as a professor and I appreciate how approachable you are. Thank you so much for keeping us engaged, learning, and laughing.
Dear Professor David,
You were an amazing addition to the University and our class. My main takeaway from the class was how to build and lead a team. Even though we got a lot of practical PM knowledge, for example, requirement gathering and scope management, I think your core subject should be leadership! It is not possible to apply the theory without knowing how to lead a team of professionals.
I wish you all the best in your career and more wonderful and curious students.
David has been my top to-go Agile and Scrum advisor since I started learning about these practices a decade ago. He has mentored me to realize Agile as a mindset at the management and team levels. He has guided me in implementing the Scrum framework in several of my software product development initiatives. An area David has provided me with the most helpful consultation is deciphering anti-patterns in my organization and how to utilize Lean-Agile to remedy them. He is a true educator in Agile software development.