148 Woodhouse Lane
Leeds, England LS2 9EN

Come along to nti, Old Broadcasting House on 16th March at 6pm and find out from our expert panel the key features of PRINCE2 and Agile methods. The evening takes the form of a panel discussion. Panel members include Marian Watson, the nti’s PRINCE2 trainer, and Mark Stringer from Agile Lab. Marian and Mark will each give an overview of the key features and benefits of PRINCE2 and Agile methods.

Our aim is to provide you with the information to help you consider what will work for you, as well as giving you an understanding of two very different, and complimentary approaches to project management.

PRINCE2 has become the de-facto standard for project management, not just in the UK, but in many countries throughout the world. Each week 2000 people worldwide take the PRINCE2 Practitioner examination

Agile methods are a group of techniques which make it easier to deliver IT and web-based projects in environments of uncertainty and constant change

Caroline Skipsey, Commercial Director at Brahm will take part in the panel, sharing her experiences of using PRINCE2. Caroline has worked on television and film productions both here and in the states. In her current role she oversees the digital project management team at Brahm. The team are responsible for resource planning, budget monitoring and process management across all digital clients

Matt Green is Chief Technology Officer and Company Director at Rockshore, Sheffield. He has over 10 years experience of leadership, technical design, development and consultancy on large scale enterprise applications, networks and communication systems. Rockshore use agile development techniques to build real-time event processing software in the travel and mobile communications sectors. He will take part in the panel, sharing his experiences of Agile

Jointly run by nti Leeds and Screen Yorkshire this event is free but please book using the link below.

Official Website: http://http://www.ntileeds.co.uk/events

Added by Linda Broughton on March 11, 2009