Daniel Riganati

IT Senior Project Manager, Aetna

 

 

Daniel Riganati has been in the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Device Industry (8 yrs.) GlaxoSmithKline and Johnson & Johnson in Project Management, Quality, Methodology, and Computerized System Validation IBM Life Sciences (8 yrs.) Computerized System Validation consultant Aetna (4 yrs.) Public healthcare exchanges, Agile software development practices, scaling Agile, CMMI. His certifications include, Project Mgt Professional (PMP) with PMI Certified Software Quality Engineer, Quality Manager, and Quality Auditor with ASQ.

Publications: Beyond Compliance Product Quality and Organizational Compliance Pharmaceutical Regulatory and Compliance Congress and Best Practices forum, Pharmaceutical Regulatory and Compliance Congress, 2004.

Track: Integrated Solutions

Presentation Title: Harmonizing Agile and CMMI Verification and Validation

Presentation Summary: Harmonizing CMMI and Agile is challenging but not impossible. First, you must find the balance between CMMI requirements for documentation and the Agile Manifesto declaration of valuing "working software over comprehensive documentation". Then you must convince the Agile practitioners of the value of any additional documentation. This presentation is a case study of integrating CMMI Level 3 Verification and Validation engineering practices with Agile software development in a large enterprise.

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