The Case for The Agile Project Manager
Sr. Trainer & Consultant
International Institute for Learning (IIL)
About the Presentation
Change isn’t coming, it’s already here. The project environment is becoming more volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous. Project management and project managers must transform and evolve in order to keep up with these changes. The Agile movement is a disruptor in the field of project management, now having over 20 years of successes and benefits to organizations that have adopted their practices. But while Agile has proven itself to be more adept in dealing with uncertainty, just following frameworks isn’t enough.
- Describe how the project environment is increasingly unstable.
- Relay the need to go beyond Agile projects to the underlying principles.
- Consider the overall end goal of organizational business agility.
About Rubin Jen
Rubin Jen has been in the project management field for over 25 years spanning aerospace, engineering, telecom, software development, outsourcing, consulting, and government sectors. Rubin also has extensive consulting experience in strategic and operational planning. Rubin has been helping teams and organizations in their Agile transformational journey since 2014, as a subject matter expert and as an Agile coach.
As a Senior Instructor with IIL for over 12 years, Rubin is a key member of the Global Learning Solutions (GLS) team, helping create new workshops or customize IIL’s course curriculum for clients.