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ITMPI Webinar Series

Free, Live, PDU Approved Lectures

2015 Program Schedule


    PDU Approved
    Presented by: Neil Potter

    In this webinar you will learn how Agile, CMMI, Lean, and PSP/TSP development practices can help you meet the needs of your customers, teams, and organizations.

    This Project is Dead! What Would You Do?

    July 08, 2015
    11:00 AM - 12:30 PM EST

    PDU Approved
    Presented by: Ted Kallman

    Morgan James Publishing has scheduled the release of Ted and Andrew’s new book, "Flow: Beyond Agile" for this fall. In this book they share a number of case studies that document well over US$100 million in value-add using Flow and the Unified Vision Framework. Using these proprietary frameworks, they increased sales, reduced cost or mitigated risk to accomplish this.

    This webinar shares the first case study from the book that is about a project in Singapore that was totally up in flames (projected to be 300% over budget and 2 years past deadline) and no one thought that it could be saved. In 90 days the project went from impossible to profitable and delivered ahead of schedule and under budget. They will explain in the webinar how to immediately apply these frameworks in your situation. Join us to learn how to create and sustain Flow!

    Cyber for Poets

    July 09, 2015
    11:00 AM - 12:30 PM EST

    PDU Approved
    Presented by: Hans Holmer

    Cyber is full of complicated words and alien concepts.  In this webinar we will explain the concepts and phrases you need to know, and explain how to get started.

    The Art of Software Architecture

    July 15, 2015
    11:00 AM - 12:30 PM EST

    PDU Approved
    Presented by: Stephen Cohen

    In this webinar we will discuss the impact, opportunity and approaches used when crafting a truly bespoke software architecture. 

    PDU Approved
    Presented by: Randy Englund

    Experienced practitioner turned consultant, Randy Englund, reflects in this webinar upon key skills that make a difference in achieving greater success on projects.

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