Building Agile Fences

Building Agile Fences

Panayiotis Melas

Building Agile Fences

Ever heard that Agile is for software development only? Have you ever had the realization that the Agile concepts are used frequently by Project Managers, even if they are not deliberately using the full Agile methodology, simply because of the efficiencies they bring to a project?

The reality is that the Agile principles have a wide range of use, well beyond a specific area (such as Software development), and when properly applied, can help deliver on the intended project value.

This session is a short case study of how the Agile mindset helped the success of a small home repair project, even though the project did not intentionally set off to use the methodology.

Panayiotis Melas, Houston, Texas - takis159@yahoo.com

Panayiotis “Takis” Melas, is a Principal Consultant and Agile Coach with over 17 years of Project and Program Management experience, in addition to over 11 years as an Agile practitioner and evangelist. His diverse portfolio of projects consists of Software Development, Mobility, Third party Implementation/Integration and Infrastructure, spanning over multiple industries including Oil and Gas, Manufacturing, Publishing, and Transportation. He actively promotes the Agile methodology and related frameworks such as SAFe, through coaching & mentoring peers and clients, in addition to conducting SAFe certification classes. He is a frequent presenter at PMI Houston events and contributor to Project management forums. His certifications include PMP, CSM, ICP-BAF, SAFe5 SA, SSM, RTE, SPC.

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