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Virtual Hands-on Agile Workshop: Building Products as a Member of an Agile Team (2 half-days)
|Date:||7 January 2023 (Day1)|
8 January 2023 (Day2)
|Time:||09:00 – 13:00|
|Instructor:||PMI Singapore Chapter|
|Fee:||PMIHK chapter member: HKD 280 |
Non-member: HKD 1,150
Public: HKD 1,380
|Remarks:||As a prevention measure against the spread of COVID-19, The training will be delivered online with Zoom (Guideline). Please contact PMI HK admin at firstname.lastname@example.org or +852 2784 1880 / +852 9500 8456|
At the good start of 2023, PMI Hong Kong Chapter are pleased to collaborate with PMI Singapore Chapter to bring you this exciting new course of agile workshop. It would be a fantastic opportunity to interact and learn from experts from other part of the world. We look forward to seeing you in this great event, and suggest you to act quickly as there is only limited number of seats available.
About the course
As a Project Manager, Business Analyst or Team Member, do you want to learn more about Agile, but don’t yet have much hands-on experience?
We invite you to join us for this workshop, where you will gain hands-on experience building a product as a member of an Agile team, as well as leading and participating in Agile ceremonies.
If you do not have formal Agile training, do not worry, we will cover the basics. If you do have formal Agile training, these workshops will help you put into practice what you have learned!
We invite all of the following participants to attend this workshop and experience the learning by practicing Agile:
- Project Managers and Team Members interested in Agile but with little hands-on experience
- Anyone interested in Agile ways of working and would like hands-on experience
- Agile practitioners who would like to participate in a collaborative workshop and share their knowledge and experience
After attending this workshop, you will be able to:
- Explain the Agile lifecycle and ceremonies;
- Explain User Stories and how they can be used to define a product;
- Explain how to set up an Agile board and how it can be maintained in Jira;
- Create a simple digital product using Miro over multiple sprints.
Presentation and Discussion Method:
- This virtual workshop will be hands-on, working in teams in breakout rooms;
- We will go into Zoom breakout rooms, so please ensure that you have INSTALLED Zoom on your computer and login via the app, not through web browser. You can download the Zoom application here: https://zoom.us/download
- This session will also use Miro board, which you are recommended to access with Google Chrome browser;
- Participating from a mobile device is not recommended because you might need to use a keyboard;
- Make sure you have a stable internet connection.
About the Presenters:
Enterprise Agile Coach, Wavestone
Andrew Coates has extensive traditional and Agile delivery experience, a total of over 22 years in the industry. He has delivered hands-on roles in the Supply Chain, Banking, Insurance, Telecommunications and the Entertainment sectors, spanning Canada, Hong Kong and Singapore. This breath of experience enables him to build strong rapport with stakeholders who are moving from traditional to Agile ways of working.
Certified on major frameworks such as Scrum and Kanban, as well as scaling frameworks such as SAFe and Disciplined Agile, Andrew is able to combine methodologies, tools and techniques to design a target operating model best suited for the organizational needs.
Innovation Coach, Wavestone
Daowen Chang is an experienced Innovation Consultant, Agile Coach, Facilitator and Trainer with over 18 years practical experience in multiple industries. She helps organizations build vision, strategies, develop Agile Innovation culture and support the digital transformation journey.
Daowen is also an Experience Strategy and Service Innovation guest lecturer at the Institute for China Business of Hong Kong University.
Agile Project Leadership, OCBC Bank
As a VP of Technology at OCBC Bank, Ravi Agarwal is a pioneer and thought leader of the Agile mindset. He has outstanding knowledge of the software development business, having led engineering teams of several hundred, and executed projects using agile and traditional methods with multi-million-dollar budgets.
Ravi has a lifelong passion for technology but prioritizes the individual and their humanity as the primary source of transformation.
He has previously held senior software engineering management roles in major global banks such as Credit Suisse, Barclays Capital, and Standard Chartered Bank.
Chow Lye Fong
Scrum Master Lead, OCBC Ban
Chow Lye Fong has over 19 years’ experience in the IT industry handling project delivery and management on both traditional and Agile methodologies. She prides herself in her experience playing different roles throughout the delivery chain including being a developer, architect, business analyst, project manager, scrum master and Agile coach.
The experience she has gained allows her to easily comprehend the different priorities and coach teams towards a common goal and drive forward.
Lye Fong is currently the Scrum Master lead and coach for a digital transformation platform running regionally with 18 Scrum teams across different countries.
Kevin Chua has over 5 years of project management experience across various industries including telecommunications, material testing, air-conditioning and currently IT.
A believer of lifelong learning, he has cultivated a mindset of continuous self-improvement which he applies to himself as well as the teams he manages. Using a hybrid of various tools, techniques, events from various frameworks, he balances the management of operational support, application development and most importantly, people management.
Business Development Manager, Symphony
Jonathan Lee is a Business Development Manager in a Fintech unicorn, partnering with financial institutions in their digital transformation strategies in the areas of sales and trading, investment banking, asset servicing and wealth management.
Jonathan helps enable teams to leverage the power of bots and API integrations, helping enterprises to streamline and automate workflows internally and externally while maintaining data security and regulatory compliance.