Does an Agile PMO really exist? Can it? How would it work? This session will answer these questions and bring together two seemingly opposing concepts.
We’ll go back to basics to understand the fundamental purpose of PMOs, and how they benefit projects and organizations. Once we recognize the overall mission and vision of an Agile PMO, we will design a PMO Charter that will show how it adds value. Finally, we’ll discuss how to gain buy-in for such a critical function.
Rubin Jen has been in the project management field for over 23 years, spanning aerospace, engineering, telecom, software development, outsourcing, consulting, not-for-profit and government sectors. He has worked with companies such as Bombardier Aerospace, Celestica, Accenture and the Ontario Government.
Rubin obtained his Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) designation in 2007 and has been teaching Agile and Scrum to enterprise organizations since 2014. Rubin is currently assisting a major financial company in Toronto as an Agile Coach.
Rubin is the principal of Beyond Execution, a project management/Agile training and consulting firm. Rubin graduated in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto, and in addition to his CSM, holds Project Management Professional (PMP), Change Management Practitioner and ITIL Foundation certifications.