Using Agile to Facilitate Change Management

  • Wed, February 16, 2022
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Webinar


  • Free for Chapter Members


The business world has seen more disruption in the last two years, resulting in a critical demand for change. Many initiatives are being launched, implementation of these initiatives is often slow, and impact of these initiatives is very high. During the current Covid business environment it is critical to use effective change management. Using an Agile model for this change management will help to ensure success.

In this interactive presentation, Kevin Reilly will illustrate how basic Agile Values and Principles can be used for effective change management. Major topics to be discussed will be:

  • Starting at the beginning with an Agile Change Management Vision Statement
  • Ensuring Senior management is interested, engaged and driving change management
  • Promoting the Agile Principle of Self-Organizing Teams
  • Promoting the practice of continuous learning using the Agile principle of Continuous Improvement
  • Emphasizing the importance of short-term change initiatives that will support long-term change initiatives
  • And much more ...

Come join Kevin Reilly to learn how to effectively implement a Change Management System using Agile Values and Principles.

We’ll see you there!

Speaker Bio

Kevin Reilly is an Independent Contractor and Primary Instructor for the ‘Project Management Certification Coach', offering PMI Exam Prep training and coaching. He has 10+ years of experience teaching CAPM, PMP and PMI-ACP exam prep courses and Agile courses and has coached hundreds of students to help them pass these exams.

Kevin is a strong believer in volunteerism as a way of paying it forward, improving his skills, and transferring knowledge to other Project Managers. He currently volunteers as the Deputy V.P. of Programs, and the Speakers Bureau Director for the PMI San Diego chapter, and as a keynote speaker for all five SoCal chapters.

Kevin’s Favorite Quote: "Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value." - Albert Einstein

Note to registrants:  Portions of this event may be recorded for chapter marketing purposes

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