Projectified with PMI
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Agile Ways — An Ongoing Journey with guest Lauri Bingham

Lauri Bingham, director of Technology PMO at T-Mobile. Responsible for managing over $100M across a diverse, high-profile portfolio of national programs and projects.


Episode Description:

Stephen W. Maye is your host for Projectified with PMI. In this episode, Stephen sits down with Lauri Bingham who shares insights and lessons learned on adopting and integrating agile principles and practices into a variety of work environments. Lauri also covers the PMO’s role in supporting teams, hybrid approaches, and dealing with complexity.


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Key Takeaways:

2:44 — the importance of 'soft' and 'big-picture' skills

@06:15 — moving from waterfall to agile/hybrid methods

@08:44 — finding the right fit for right team for right project

@11:01 — communicating successes, benefits and lessons

@12:20 — the challenges of going first and changing habits

@14:40 — a culture shift throughout organization

@19:57 — balancing waterfall and agile principles

@22:25 — letting the data lead you to the answers

@25:43 — listen to your customers, build a relationships

@30:30 — the learn-trial-learn process

@33:57 — career advice to women and young project managers



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2018-01-10 06:00:00 UTC

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