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From Wagile to Agile: Making a Successful Shift to Agile using Change Management

Strategic Business Management skills

Agenda

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM: Registration & Networking over Dinner

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM: Speaker's Presentation and Q&A

2 PDUs for Strategic & Business Management 

 

Event description

From Wagile to Agile: Making a Successful Shift to Agile using Change Management 

A growing number of organizations are embracing Agile processes to improve delivery, increase speed and enhance customer and employee experience. However, research shows that the people dimension is the most challenging to get right when making the full transition to Agile. In this session, Mumtaz will walk you through key lessons from organizations that have successfully made the shift and the change management best practices for creating a wildly successful transition. 

 

Mumtaz Chaudhary

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Mumtaz Chaudhary is the Chief Experience Officer and Co-Founder at  Pragilis Solutions—a boutique consultancy that partners with CEOs and executives to anticipate change before it arrives in their organizations. After spending over a decade consulting to companies in the education, energy, machinery, mining, and financial services sectors, Mumtaz knows what it takes to build change-resilient organizations and change-ready leaders—and it’s not managing change as a one-off event. It’s building change management skills for the future.    



A thought leader for Pragilis, Mumtaz routinely writes for notable publications such as Consult Magazine and Change Management Review. Mumtaz is a frequent speaker on how companies can properly engage their people to deliver successful change—digital, organizational, strategic, or otherwise. She has an active interest in helping companies lead people-centered change and looks for opportunities to incorporate agile, design-thinking, and lean principles into her distinctive approach.  

    

Mumtaz is a Certified Change Management Professional™ (CCMP) and holds a B.Sc. in Science, Technology and Society from the University of Calgary. She also serves on the board of ArtStarts—a charitable organization that expands the role of art in BC education. 

 

Dinner Menu

-        Starter: Baby Kale Salad, Feta, Shaved Fennel, Roasted Grape Tomatoes, Hemp Hearts, Sherry Thyme Vinaigrette

-        Main: Sockeye Salmon,  Dijon Cream Sauce, Brown Butter French Beans, Sour Cream and Chive Smashed Potatoes

-        Veg Option: Spinach Ricotta Ravioli, Parmesan Cream, French Beans, Confit Tomatoes

-        Dessert: Japanese Style Cheesecake, Raspberry Gel, Match White Chocolate Crumb

 
Health and Safety Considerations

For the health and safety of our valued project management community, we are following COVID-19 safety rules as outlined by the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) of British Columbia.



At the Event

Whenever possible, attendees should practice physical distancing by standing at least 6 feet (2 meters) away from other people.

Mask Requirements

Masks are mandatory at all times while attending the event, except when dinning



Vaccine Requirements

Visitors are required to provide proof of full vaccination (double dose) administered at least 2 weeks before attending the show. 



Thank you for understanding.

 

Information

Type of category: Dinner Event

Type of activity: Strategic Business Management skills

Date: 17 November 2021

Hour: 17:00 to 20:00

Number of PDUs: 2

Location

Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel

1128 W Hastings St

Vancouver, BC , V6E 4R5