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Hear Me Speak at AgileDC and Get a Discount

Hear Me Speak at AgileDC and Get a Discount

I will be presenting at the AgileDC conference next month on October 23rd. I’m really excited to be a part of the event this year. AgileDC has established itself as THE place to be for Washington DC area agile practitioners to trade tips, tricks, and war stories about getting work done better. Open this post to learn more and get a special discount code. Continue reading »

Jesse Fewell is Back in the USA

Jesse Fewell is Back in the USA

  The rumors are true: I have returned back to the US after a two year stint as Managing Director of RippleRock India. Now that my assignment is completed  (“build an India subsidiary”), I have been relocating myself and the family back to the States over the last few months. What was it like, you ask? … Continue reading »

PMI’s DC Chapter Talks Agile

Last week, the Washington DC chapter of PMI hosted a roundtable discussion on Agile Project/Program Management, which featured a packed crowd, smart speakers, and some healthy debate. Indeed, the event was broadcast on the official PMI Agile twitter feed. The event was an outgrowth of the strategic partnership between the DC chapters of PMI and … Continue reading »

PMI Hosts Agile Breakfast

This morning at the National Press Building, the Washington DC chapter of PMI hosted a talk entitled “Agile or PMBOK? You can have both”. The presenter was David Sides from ESI, who has been using Agile at his client engagements for a while, and shared his observations light-hearted fashion (more on that in moment). The … Continue reading »

Experts Discuss Agile Government

This past Thursday, the Washington DC chapter of the Agile Project Leadership Network conducted its monthly meeting. The chapter hosted a roundtable on Agile in the Government, and featured the following panelists: Dr. David Rico, PMP of Boeing Nathan Carpenter of Pyxis Engineering Richard Cheng, PMP CSP of Excella Consulting Thad Scheer of Sphere of … Continue reading »