[Eril-l] NISO Spring 2020 Training Series - DATE CHANGE (SEE BELOW) Agile Product and Project Management for Information Products and Services
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Tue Mar 24 07:10:13 PDT 2020
Course Moderator: Chris Shillum, Swiss House Information
Course Dates: The series consists of eight (8) weekly segments, each
lasting approximately 60-90 minutes. *It will now run weekly from Thursday,
May 14 through Thursday, July 2 at 11.00am - 12.30pm, Eastern (US and
Jonathan Clark, Independent Consultant, launches the series as our initial
Featured Guest Lecturer on May 14 and 21.
Visit the NISO Event page
learn more about this series. *Registration remains open*. NISO Training
Series consistently sell out so don’t delay!
Course Objective: The past decade has seen a transformation in the way that
information products and services are built with the shift to agile
development methodologies. Agile approaches advocate incremental
development driven by cross-functional, self-directed teams. Unlike more
traditional waterfall methodologies, Agile allows teams to learn and adapt
their approach along the way, validating that what they are building
actually meets user needs. However, adopting agile does not mean doing away
with planning all together and scaling agile to larger projects can be a
challenge. Discipline and good practices are still required to ensure that
resources are used wisely and overall project goals are met.
This training course is aimed at early- to mid-career professionals
developing information products and services in the publishing, library
technology and scholarly communications communities. Whether developing
free, open-source services for the community or more traditional paid-for
services, attendees will hear about key aspects of agile product
development and project management for seasoned practitioners who have
gained hard-won experience about what works and what doesn’t.
By the end of the course, attendees will have a good understanding of:
The stages of agile product development
Techniques for planning, managing and tracking agile projects
The distinct roles that make up an agile team
The key behaviors and processes which are important for success
To register using a credit card, use this form
Got Questions? Email us for a rapid response!
The NISO Team
3600 Clipper Mill Road, Suite 302
Baltimore, MD 21211-1948
Email: nisohq at niso.org
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