Invensis Learning and EXIN
Presents Webinar on
Agile and Scrum Awareness

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Ademar Albertin

Did you know? For every Billion spent on projects globally, enterprises lose about $97 million due to poor project performance. Moreover, the U.S. government lost $32 billion to failed IT projects in 2017. ( Tweet this stat )

For enterprises today, service or product delivery should be able to adapt to changing market conditions, teams to stay focused with clear success metric, transparency with rational and productive conversation vs. tug of war between teams and processes, and be predictable by identifying blockers and eliminate surprises in an effective manner. According to PwC, Agile projects will be 28% more successful than traditional projects. This webinar done in collaboration with EXIN will discuss the Agile and Scrum awareness and how it can be incorporated in enterprises to ensure products / services are ready to meet the complex market demands.

Today, Agile and Scrum best practices are being heavily incorporated in enterprises as a framework or as a methodology worldwide. Invensis Learning in collaboration with EXIN has created this Agile and Scrum Awareness webinar for individuals and enterprises to understand why one should incorporate Agile and Scrum in their day-to-day project environment to successfully complete projects and achieve greater ROI.

 

 

  • Agile way of Thinking
  • Agile Manifesto
  • Scrum practices such as roles, events, and backlog
  • Scrum planning and estimation
  • How to apply Scrum in large and complex projects

Job roles that can benefit from this webinar include, but are not limited to:

  • Project Managers
  • Product Owners
  • Agile Delivery Leads
  • Business Analysts
  • Project Sponsors
  • Project Team Members
  • Scrum Team Members
  • Project Practitioners
  • Associate Project Managers
  • Project Coordinators
  • Program Managers
  • Anybody who is part of IT and project management teams working on projects

EXIN is one of the leading independent exam and certification institutes. Founded in 1984, EXIN was created as an initiative of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and has 30+ years of experience in the field of developing exams, accredited partners, and they’ve certified more than 2 million professionals worldwide. EXIN accredits training and examination organizations globally in ICT training and development space. Currently, EXIN is active in more than 165 countries and provides training materials and exams in multiple languages.

Invensis Learning is a leading certification training provider for individuals and enterprises globally. We are one of the trusted certification training partners for many Fortune 500 organizations and Government institutions worldwide. Invensis Learning has trained and certified thousands of professionals across a wide-range of globally-recognized credentials. Invensis Learning’s certification training programs adhere to global standards such as PMI, TUV SUD, AXELOS, ISACA, DevOps Institute, EXIN, and PEOPLECERT.

Ademar Albertin, Program Manager, EXIN, has over 17 years of work experience and 10+ years of experience in IT Service Management, IT Governance and Sales Management. Over the years he has achieved a high level of certifications such as ITIL Manager v2, ITIL Expert v3, ISO 20000 Consultant, Leader Auditor of ISO 20000 (ITSM), 27001 (Information Security) and 9001 (Quality). Ademar has developed several numbers of IT Service Management, IT Governance, ISO 20000, 27001, 9001 implementations in Brazil and USA. He has also trained 5000+ candidates in official courses accredited by EXIN and APMG.

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