We live in the era of constant changes. Significant changes happening in the business environment changes the way we look at the project. This changes the PM profession and each of us at the individual level – how WE strive to impact projects and initiatives.

WE are leaders and true business partners in our organizations who ask the right questions and deliver the business benefits of the projects WE manage.

Wait! Is it really about us? How much have WE changed recently? How much have WE replaced old ways of doing work with new thinking, methods, and approaches?

Let’s meet and talk about it in the PMI Lithuania Conference 2019 – The times WE are changing.  Save the whole day, October 3, 2019 to connect with colleagues & knowledge and to hear about transformative experiences.  We’re doing our best to build an international agenda with the best class speakers from all around the globe!

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Conference speakers

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Consultant at Kion Management Consulting, Strands
Topic: Projects in XXI century: the leaders we need​

Aliona Viršutienė

Agile Coach/ Leadership Consultant
Agile Transformation: how business fake it and what it needs to make it

Jordi Teixido is a senior consultant and speaker in project management, and leads project delivery practice for Strands, a world-class Fintech software provider. He teaches project management to postgraduate students at Polytechnique University in Barcelona, and is the author of two books on project management, his last “Gestión Visual de Proyectos,” where he ‘resuscitates’ traditional project management practices through a visual and interactive team-oriented approach. His presentation, “Why Women Are Better Project Managers Than Men,” brings a number of fun and challenging thoughts on the future of the project management profession.

In the market there are quite a few companies, telling they do Agile, however that Agile is just an echo from what real Agile looks and feelsAs well there are lots of fake Agile transformations happening that lead to more meetings and roles but no real value behind it. It could get a pass as a cosmetic transformation but there is no business value beneath the surface. Real transformation must provide business value and improve business agility. In my presentation I will share my view on Agile business transformation, most common mistakes, what pitfalls you should be aware of. And of course there will be tips and tricks: what leaders should be aware of and how to navigate through transformation, what is the role of project managers and scrum masters, as well what to do with the culture.