Agile & Lean Movie MakingUtpal Chakraborty
schedule 9 months agoSold Out!
Movie making is a costly affair involves risks and uncertainties. An Agile approach of incremental moviemaking makes it more predictable and risk resilience.
Up to 20% of the overall Budget of the movie can be saved by effective use of Agile & Lean techniques.
Using Agile Practices in Movie making can take you to your destination in a systematic way.
Experimenting, Prototyping, Shared Learning & Using Effective Tools makes Movie making process fast, more predictable and cost effective. Prioritize scenes using “MoSCoW” technique to arrive at “Which scene to shoot Where & When”.
Delivering Business Value with Agile Project ManagementFahd Gulzar
schedule 7 months agoSold Out!
This presentation will provide an overview on what it means to be an Agile Project Manager. The presentation will focus on how to transition from being a traditional project manager to an Agile Project Manager. Agile is not a set of rules or a number of steps, instead it is a mindset. This presentation will show you how to be Agile and think Agile.
As a Project/Program Manager we should have a good understanding of what it means to be Agile. Once we understand what it means to be Agile, we can start implementing Agile practices and techniques in our projects – giving rise to Agile Project Management.
During my time at the bank, some technology teams have embraced Agile while others have outright refused. As a Project Manager, I was able to obtain positive results by running certain work streams in Agile and other in waterfall. Certain work streams are suitable for Agile while others may be suitable for Waterfall. We can experience optimal results and an increase in stakeholder satisfaction by using an integrative approach.