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CMMI Institute

Capability Counts 2019

30 April & 1 May, 2019

Reston, VA

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Catherine Henderson, Sr. Consultant

Broadsword Solutions

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About

Promoting agile solutions, no matter how big, no matter how small. Cathy has over 25 years’ experience in business and process improvement consulting and has been a Senior Consultant with Broadsword since 2007. As a ScrumMaster, and CMMI process improvement specialist, she helps clients become even greater using AgileCMMI, Process Quality Assurance, and Value-based Measurement. Cathy has helped clients achieve CMMI ML3 Certifications by right sizing the solutions to fit the client’s needs and size of their teams. Cathy has become an expert at interpreting the model to fit the client’s culture - even facilitating a three-person client team, to a successful certification!

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SPEAKER PRESENTATION

I Said Yes to an Agile Culture...Now What?

Conference Track: CMMI: One Size DOES Fit All

Never has there been more discussion on the need to provide a collaborative environment for diverse team members – and there is a plethora of process models, visual tools, remote communication services and work place designs for co-located and geographically dispersed teams available to leaders. In addition, there are probably just as many questions from Agile Leaders on exactly how to define, and then implement, the “right” culture to be successful. Starting with an Agile Leader User Story, this presentation will focus on providing a set of Agile User Stories and the behaviors with the CMMI Models that help, associated with defining and implementing the desired Agile Culture.

I Said Yes to an Agile Culture...Now What?

Conference Track: CMMI: One Size DOES Fit All

Never has there been more discussion on the need to provide a collaborative environment for diverse team members – and there is a plethora of process models, visual tools, remote communication services and work place designs for co-located and geographically dispersed teams available to leaders. In addition, there are probably just as many questions from Agile Leaders on exactly how to define, and then implement, the “right” culture to be successful. Starting with an Agile Leader User Story, this presentation will focus on providing a set of Agile User Stories and the behaviors with the CMMI Models that help, associated with defining and implementing the desired Agile Culture.