Use Agile and Take Prince out of its Comfort Zone

This event is organised by PROMS-G

Tuesday 10 January 2012, 6.30pm

BCS, Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA


There is a common perception that PRINCE2 is bureaucratic and heavyweight. There is another perception that PRINCE2 cannot be agile. Is this all true? Many people may be surprised to hear that PRINCE2 can provide an excellent launch pad from which Agile concepts, behaviours and techniques can be set in motion. This presentation will not only dispel many of the myths about PRINCE2 but also those associated with Agile and the hype currently surrounding it. It will look at what needs to change in PRINCE2 to 'go agile' and what needs to remain in order to stay in control with the appropriate level of rigour. Whether you are an experienced hand in Agile or PRINCE2, or just a beginner, this presentation will provide many ideas and suggestions which will challenge most people's thinking.

Our speaker, Keith Richards is a specialist in using agile approaches to improve the way organisations manage projects and business change. Keith has over 30 years experience in I.T. and project management across all industry sectors. He is a board member of the DSDM Consortium, an accredited DSDM Practitioner and Trainer, and an accredited PRINCE2 Practitioner. In 2007, Keith led the team that created DSDM Atern, the new version of the Agile project management framework that can now be used on any type of project. Keith was also involved in the development of 'Agile Project Management', the new training course and qualification from the APMG.

Having trained PRINCE2 for 10 years, Keith is currently specialising in the leading edge approach of combining DSDM Atern with PRINCE2. He is the author of Agile Project Management: running PRINCE2 projects with DSDM Atern (published by TSO). Keith is an international speaker on topics relating to project best practice, DSDM, Agile approaches and PRINCE2.

Please book for this free event via our website Open to Members and Non members.