Waterfall vs. Scrum, Getting It Done 4755
Waterfall vs. Scrum, Getting It Done
This webinar will provide an overview of two competing methodologies of project management, specifically, scrum (a subset of agile) and waterfall. It will present the historical roots of each as well as provide the logistical implementation of each, including risk management. It will compare and contrast the methodologies, and lastly, the webinar will evaluate the value of scrum in chaotic situations. The webinar will conclude with an opportunity for questions and answers
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Tuesday January 10th, 2023 8:00pm CST
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Tuesday January 10th, 2023 9:00pm CST
Virtual: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5770050533740098645
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Speaker Biography: Lisa M. Walters is an associate professor at the State University of New York at Fredonia and a faculty advisor for the ASQ Fredonia chapter. She also is a certified specialist in blood banking from the American Society for Clinical Pathology and serves on the medical-technical advisory board of the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation. She received her doctorate in management from California Coast University in Santa Ana, CA. A senior member of ASQ, Walters is an ASQ-certified quality auditor. She is the author of three quality oriented books through the American Association of Blood Banks and numerous academic intellectual contributions.
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Date & Time: 01/10/2023 08:00:00 PM CST

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