What's Next -> Series: What Agile Transformation Means to the HR Professional (Contra Costa)
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Learn how job roles, credentials, skills development plans and resource deployment strategies need to change, in order to help your organization’s Agile Transformation efforts succeed.

10/4/2018
When: Thursday, October 4, 2018
5:30PM - 7:30PM
Where: One Concord Center
2300 Clayton Rd
Room #650
Concord, California  94520-2100
United States
Contact: 800-339-4481


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What’s Next -> Series: What Agile Transformation Means to the HR Professional (Contra Costa)


Thursday, October 4
Registration/Networking 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Program 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Qualifies for 1.5 Business HRCI Recertification Credits / 1.5 SHRM PDCs

Price: Members Free / General $35

SUMMARY

Many technology companies are adopting the "Agile" method of developing software or other products. What exactly does "Agile" mean, and what are the consequences for HR professionals?

Join this interactive session and gain a basic understanding of what "Agile" is, how it differs from more traditional methods of product development, and most importantly, how HR needs to respond to this fast growing-trend across technology and IT organizations. As an HR professional, you will learn how job roles, credentials, skills development plans and resource deployment strategies need to change, in order to help your organization’s Agile Transformation efforts succeed.

After participating, you will understand:
1) What "Agile" means.
2) In what ways many job roles are impacted by Agile Transformation programs.
3) How HR can be a valued partner to engineering or IT functions in helping their Agile
Transformation succeed.



ABOUT THE PRESENTER

David Wells, CSM, CSPO, CSC, PMP, SAFe SPC4 -- Consulting Practice Manager, Artizen Inc.
David is a senior consulting executive with thirty years' experience leading complex technology and business programs with large communities of impacted stakeholders around the world.


His current passion is helping companies embrace enterprise Agility - understanding and adopting the Scaled Agile Framework to achieve dramatic improvements in their large scale software development efforts.