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StarSpace46 Workshop Series: Agile for Leaders

  • StarSpace46, Inc. 1141 West Sheridan Avenue Oklahoma City, OK, 73106 United States (map)

Executive management overview introducing Agile and Scrum from the perspective of executives and IT managers. IT can deliver business value early and continuously, and also provide job satisfaction. Understanding these principles and techniques at a deeper level will guide your tough decisions during the transition.

This means changing deep-seated beliefs held by talented professionals

  • Our company couldn’t possibly deliver every two weeks.
  • Loss of control over a silo might undermine the most valuable managers
  • Without predictable project plans, we might go over budget and get off track.
  • My job won’t fit in the new model.

This is a one-day interactive thought-provoking workshop designed to support the executive team’s adoption of Agile leadership practices in an organization. It explores the reasons why some organizations fail to successfully implement Agile.

Earlybird pricing ends March 3rd. Discounted rates available, please contact us for group pricing


About the facilitator

Victor Carneiro, MS, CSM, PMP
Consultant/Trainer/Technology Evangelist
XpertTek Inc. 

Victor Carneiro is a management consultant, executive coach and technology evangelist. He has more than 25 years of Information Technology experience in management, application architecture and development, and multi-platform infrastructure. 

Victor is passionate about technology and when time permits, he teaches related classes at University of Phoenix’s Oklahoma City Campus, where he has been an adjunct professor since 2003. He is also a member of the advisory committee for the Business Technologies Division of Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City Campus and Vatterott College, Oklahoma City Campus.

Victor holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science with a minor in Business Administration from the University of Central Oklahoma and master’s degree in Information Systems from the University of Texas at Arlington.