Please join us for the February 2019 meeting of the St. Louis Product Management Group, which will feature a presentation by Brad Sullivan on Agile: Misconceptions About It and Its Use in Business Agility
This meeting will be held on Thursday, February 7, 2019 from 7-7:45pm at The Venture Cafe Gathering at CIC.
Meetings are open to everyone â€” there is no charge to attend. See directions and details below.
About the meeting:
Agile is growing in popularity, not just as an approach for software/product development but more broadly within product management and other business areas. This session will cover a variety of topics related to agile, including misconceptions about it, and scenarios where agile has been used for innovation, marketing, regulatory/compliance, daily team work, and continuous process improvement.
About the presenter:
Brad Sullivan (“Coach Sully”) has been practicing agile for 12 years as a Scrum Master, Agile Coach and Scaled Agile Release Engineer and Trainer in the highly regulated finance and insurance industries.Â In addition, for the past five years he has trained teams in using business agility in a variety of departments.
About the event
This meeting is part of the weekly Venture CafÃ© Gathering at CIC. Every Thursday from 3:00 – 8:00pm, The Venture CafÃ© welcomes the innovation community to “a weekly gathering of innovators and startups. A place for serendipitous collisions to occur. Each week there are roundtable discussions, information tables, office hours with thought leaders, and guest speakers relevant to the ecosystem.”
The St. Louis Product Management Group meeting will be held in the Havana Room (2nd floor) from 7-7:45pm. You are encouraged to arrive early to participate in other related events, along with networking and refreshments. Check the Venture CafÃ© calendar to see what other events are going on before our meeting.
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Parking is available in the CIC parking lot, on the street (Duncan Ave), or in the lot on the north side of Duncan Ave across from CIC. The main entrance is closest to the corner of Duncan and Boyle.