PMIFC Chapter Meeting März 2017
- 27.03.2017 17:30 - 20:30
PMIFC Chapter Meeting im Saalbau Gewerkschaftshaus, Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße 69, Frankfurt
This meeting will be held in English
17:30 Registration opens
18:00 PMI Frankfurt Chapter News
18:15 "It's Traceability, Spock - Just Not As We Know It!" by Manoj Phatak
Manoj breaks the mould of typical presentations by offering an interactive workshop including:
- 'Foot Surveys', which show graphically how the industry is approaching the big problems of managing requirements
- Real world horror stories from my own 30 years of front-line experience building technologies for banking, automotive and eGovernment
- A participative game in which we will build a 'Human Traceability Matrix'
Never done that before? Then come along to the PMI Frankfurt Chapter post-work meeting on 27th March 2017 and join us in a fun and collaborative session hosted by Manoj Phatak, Senior Instructor at TwentyEighty Strategy Execution and CEO of ArtRatio.co.uk
Manoj Phatak is a Senior Instructor at TwentyEighty Strategy Execution and CEO of ArtRatio.Co.UK
19:00 Networking Break
19:30 "Robust Hybrid rather than Agile or Waterfall – why there is finally no alternative" by Rainer Wendt
For years there has been a trench warfare between the agile advocates and the traditionalists about which way is better, faster and cheaper - Agile or Waterfall. Introducing Agile in parallel with existing Waterfall processes is a great challenge for many companies. When Macro Management meets Micro Management, processes need to be reviewed and adapted, requiring sensitivity and cooperation. Rainer Wendt will provide useful insights from his experience introducing agile practises in a Waterfall environment, following a practical and feasible hybrid approach where the benefits of Agile can still be realized. You will learn
· Why projects must not be categorized into Agile and Waterfall, robust Hybrid projects will make it
· Where PMO and Program Management need to be patient with Agile people
· What agile Teams need to consider when communicating with and reporting to Waterfall people
Dipl.-Ing. Rainer Wendt, CBAP, PMP, PMI-PBA, PMI-ACP
Managing Director masVenta Business GmbH, Germany
President IIBA Germany Chapter e.V.
Rainer Wendt has been working in the IT business for over 25 years after completing his studies in electrical engineering/communications engineering in Aachen, Germany. As Managing Director of masVenta Business GmbH he is actively involved in industry projects as coach, consultant, and project manager. Before launching his own company in 2007 he has worked as IT Project Manager for Siemens and Amdocs leading international projects at SAP, BMW, Deutscher Bundestag Berlin and Vodafone Deutschland. Besides learning and teaching he has been engaged since 2009 by E.ON Global Commodities SE in Düsseldorf for various Business Analysis and Project Management matters. Rainer Wendt is Certified Business Analysis Professional CBAP®, Project Management Professional PMP®, Professional in Business Analysis PMI-PBA® and Agile Certified Practitioner PMI-ACP®. He is President of the German Chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysis.
Please register for the Event latest by 23. March 2017. Registrations after this date are possible, but would require some additional effort to organize the event, which we would like to minimize and ideally avoid.
If you have any questions about the registration, please do not hesitate to contact the Vice President Members via e-mail at:
Location: Saalbau Gewerkschaftshaus, Wilhelm-Leuschner Saal, Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße 69, 60329 FFM
The location is about 700 meters from Hauptbahnhof, Frankfurt am Main.
Nehmen Sie den rechten Ausgang (Hbf. Südseite), und laufen Sie die Baselerstraße bis zur Ecke Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße entlang. Hier die Straße überqueren und die Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße ca. 70 meter entlang laufen. Das Gewerkschaftshaus befindet sich auf der rechten seite. Download Anfahrtbeschreibung
- Parkhaus Hotel-Inter-Continental (Gebührenpflichtig / paid parking) in Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße 43, 60329 Frankfurt am Main