PMI CVC June Online PDU Meeting
Registration ends Thursday evening (5PM), June 18, 2020.
Speaker: Jessica Katz, Agile Philosopher, Leadership Coach
Bio: Jessica is a trainer, mentor and coach helping people find and nurture their authentic selves. Through Liberated Elephant, Jessica works with individuals, teams, leaders, and organizations to help them discover where they are, and with their new knowledge, help them uncover solutions that move them forward on their journey. Her methodology is informed by Agile values, principles, and practices, creating a safe space for clients to be their full selves without judgement.
The more we see into every level in an organization, the more empowered we are to make informed decisions. The more empowered we are as individuals, teams, and organizations, the better we are at providing products and services quickly and with high quality inside and outside the four walls of our offices. We cannot see into every level in the organization with closed doors and secrecy. We must put windows of visibility onto everything we do. The Scrum pillar of transparency is designed to create just such a window.
As with most things in Scrum, the idea of transparency is simple but the practice is difficult. Transparency is built on trust and courage in relationships and requires an overarching ethical relationship mindset and approach. From this perspective, behaviors change to create healthy and genuine relationships that make the space for transparency to show up and broaden.
• Define transparency
• Identify key benefits of transparency
• Describe challenges faced when becoming transparent
• Discover how ethical relationships are key to an environment of transparency
• Review the mindset, values, and principles intrinsic to ethical relationships
• Apply the ethical relationship model to real world problems
• Create a plan to move transparency forward
Thursday, June 18, 2020
It is no longer possible to register for this event