Researching Agile Approaches and the Management of Projects

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XP is the premier Agile software development conference combining research and practice. Whether you are new to Agile or a seasoned Agile practitioner, XP 2019 will provide an informal environment to learn and trigger discussions.

You can't participate but you'd like to live the experience? You'd like to have the chance to network with some participants? Agile Montreal offers you this opportunity with its special conference, which will happen at ETS on May 21 at 5:15PM.

Not only you'll be able to network in a friendly environment with a free cocktail, you'll also have the opportunity to hear Yvan Petit's conference in which we will discuss some of the topics we think are likely to become influential as agile practices move outside the SWD domain.

Agile Montreal Administrators decided to offer free access to
this exceptional event and cocktail to all participants.
Places are limited, so please register to the event via our website here : http://agilemontreal.ca/events/researching-agile-approaches-and-the-management-of-projects-10-years-of-collaboration-between-agile-montreal-and-esg-uqam/

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Conference description
Last year Project Management Journal published a special issue on Agile. I participated as a member of the editorial committee and we produced a summary article showing the trends observed in the papers received and published. The presentation will summarize the article.

It briefly surveys a number of key issues that are emerging in the application of agile practices to software development (SWD) and, similarly, examine recent work on extending knowledge about these practices to other task domains. We presented a framework for surfacing and discussing some of these emergent issues.

We discussed some of the topics we think are likely to become influential as agile practices move outside the SWD domain.

Yvan Petit, M.Eng., MBA (Insead), PhD, PMP, PfMP is a professor at the Business School of the University of Quebec at Montreal (ESG UQAM) since 2010. After being the program director for the postgraduate programs in project management, he was recently appointed associate dean for internal relations at ESG UQAM. His research interests are on portfolio management, agile methods and uncertainty management. He has over 25 years of experience in project management, primarily in software development and R&D in the telecommunications industry.