The Agile development model enables the enterprise to produce higher-qualify software that is more in tune with user needs and offers swifter release cycles. However, enterprise IT environments are rarely optimized to leverage the software acceleration and innovation advantages of Agile release cycles. Not only are traditional development environments slow to provision, they are difficult to change once created. *
Jack Walser leads AIM’s Project Leadership and Adoptions Practice. Jack has over 18 years of experience in leading process improvement, quality, and transformational strategy projects, working extensively with client executive sponsors in designing and managing organizational process change. He is a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt, Certified SAFe Agilist, and Certified Agile SCRUM Master. More about Jack can be found on AIM's website in the Leadership section (http://aimconsulting.com/about-aim/leadership/).
Food will be provided during the networking period.
You can park in any of the open parking spaces along the north side of the building by the 'L' station.
6:00 - 6:30 Networking and dinner will take place in the meeting room.
6:30 - 8:00 Presentation/Discussion
8:00 - 8:30 Closing Business
Food and refreshments which will be provided during the networking period.
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* excerpt from "Combining DevOps with Agile Development" by Sumit Mehrotra