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Compatability – Agile and CMMI
The debate on compatibility, co-existence, synergy between Agile and CMMI has been going on for sometime. Both are being widely adopted by IT organizations with reported success. However, there is still some scepticism, discomfort, fear, hope about whether the two mix – and mix well! IT professionals, especially Project Managers, Quality Managers, Team Leads and delivery teams , are now in pursuit of understanding how they can use Agile practices within the CMMI framework to get the best of both worlds. In this one-day workshop we will discuss, explore, bring out real issues, challenges and possible solutions on joint adoption of these two approaches for product development and delivery. It is designed to be interactive and provoke discussions on effective use of Agile practices in a CMMi environment.
This workshop is designed to be interactive and provoke discussions on effective use of Agile practices in a CMMi environment. The workshop will help you.
This workshop will be moderated by a highly experienced trainer and practitioner from the software industry who has extensive experience in driving Agile initiatives as well as CMMi implementations.
Participants will learn these approaches and techniques via interactive discussions, exercises and quizzes.
Maya Srihari, an Independent Software Engineering and Process Consultant, has over 34 years of experience in the software industry and has worked with leading IT organizations including Tata Consultancy Services and IBM, India.
During her thirteen years with IBM, she led the Agile and Quality programs for the product development lab in India. While driving the Agile enablement initiatives, she has conducted numerous workshops on Agile Development methodology in India as well as other Asia-Pacific countries. She has extensive experience in coaching teams to implement and benefit from Agile and Lean techniques and in assessing their practice adoption levels for efficiency and effectiveness.
Maya has also been responsible for a number of process improvement efforts in the organizations she has served and has provided process consultancy to software units in Asia-Pacific, Africa and Europe.