Traditional vs. Agile Project Management in Munich: IAPM Network Meeting on 20 April

Traditional vs. Agile Project Management in Munich: IAPM Network Meeting on 20 April 23.03.2016 - There will be an IAPM Network Meeting in Munich on the subject of “Traditional vs. Agile Project Management” for anyone who is interested in the IAPM and project management.
It takes place on Wednesday 20 April 2016 at Stollbergstrasse 12, which is in Munich’s historical district.

Martin Ritz, the host for the evening, will kick off the event with a few words of welcome. Then we’ll be playing a short “agile” game to demonstrate the functions of self-organising teams before   our speaker, Frederik Prause, provides a very informative comparison of traditional and agile (mainly SCRUM) project management methods and a subjective, practical appraisal of both based on his many years of project experience.

Frederik Prause is an independent project manager and founder of IT-Projektmanagement GmbH. He has over thirty years of experience in projects, particularly in complex IT project environments. Speaking from the viewpoint of an enthusiastic agile method practitioner, he’s perfect as the evening’s speaker.

Afterwards there will be a questions and answers session where guests can also share their own project experiences with Frederik and the other participants. And there will also be plenty of opportunities to network and make new contacts.

Kind regards,
Martin Ritz
IAPM Senior Official
Munich Metropolitan Area
Event details
Wednesday 20 April 2016
Doors open 5.45 p.m., event starts 6.00 p.m.
Stollbergstrasse 12
80539 München
Near the Hofbräuhaus, MVV public transport: underground station “Lehel” or S-Bahn station “Isartor”

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