BRISBANE, Calif., Sept. 14, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Â
|Certified Scrum Trainer and Agile Process Mentor|
|(www.collab.net)Â Â Â Â Â Â Â|
|As a Certified Scrum Trainer and Agile Process Mentor, Druckman specializes in Agile transformation, helping teams and organizations all over the world improve their competitive position and effectiveness through agility. Druckman is the author of 30 Days to Better Agile: Effective Strategies for Getting Results Fast Using Scrum, which helps individuals, teams and organizations achieve sustainable success with Agile-based projects.|
|WHAT:Â||30 Days to Better Agile Webinar Series|
|Based on Druckman's book, 30 Days to Better Agile, this three-part webinar series will feature Druckman's insight into the dynamic Agile industry and ultimately help attendees become more successful Agile practitioners.|
|1. Scrum for Project Managers|
|Tue., Sept. 18, 10 a.m. Pacific Â|
|In the first installment, Druckman will examine the roles that project managers commonly play in Scrum projects and the unique characteristics these individuals have that can benefit the Scrum team.Â Attendees of this webinar will learn how to maximize their skills as project managers and how to continue to add value as the organization adopts Agile practices.|
|2. Building the Product Backlog|
|Fri., Oct. 12, 10 a.m. Pacific|
|The second installment in the series will investigate the best ways for the entire teamâ"product owner, development team, ScrumMaster and stakeholdersâ"to contribute effectively when building and maintaining the product backlog. Druckman will provide strategies and techniques for creating an active backlog, as well as tools for improving effectiveness in delivering business value.|
|3. "The Agile Dirty Dozen: Twelve Practices That Can Kill Your Agile Implementation"|
|Thurs., Oct. 25 10 a.m. Pacific|
|The final installment in the series will address issues that can occur when transitioning to Agile. Druckman will examine the common missteps that can cripple an Agile transformation, along with root causes and remedies. Attendees of this webinar will be able to identify and correct these faults and more quickly and consistently achieve the benefits of successful Scrum..|
|SHARE:Â||#CollabNet @AngelaDruckman to host webinar series #30DaysToBetterAgile (http://visit.collab.net/30daystoagile-webinars.html)|
|Or, to follow along on Twitter with tweets from this webinar, please follow @CollabNet.|
|INFO:Â||To arrange an interview with Druckman please contact Christie Denniston at Catapult PR-IR, 303-581-7760, ext. 13 or by email at (email@example.com).|
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