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PMI Nashville August 2022 Luncheon Webinar – Managing an Agile Release Plan

August 23 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Summary of Event:

One of the central values of Agile software development is “responding to change over following a plan.” Yet, stakeholders still want as accurate a forecast as possible to make critical business decisions. So how can you effectively manage expectations while “welcoming changing requirements”?

This session will review techniques for building a simple yet highly flexible release plan that makes the constraints of time, money, and scope galactically visible. By using solid metrics and data analytics techniques, this forecast reflects empirical evidence from past team performance for better consistency. This will help you have transparent and informed discussions with your stakeholders.

Join us for this hands-on session and add some new approaches to your toolkit for managing your projects in an Agile environment!

Event Objective

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Learn to build an effective agile workplan.
  • Understand the benefit of using metrics to forecast.
  • Engage in hands on activities to add to your agile project toolbox.


1 hour – Technical

About the Presenter:

Tommy Norman is the Chief Agility Officer at Acklen Avenue, a custom software development shop in Nashville, TN, USA. With an IT career spanning almost 30 years, he has been helping organizations of all sizes and shapes build great software with a practical approach in many roles. In addition, he has worked deeply with the Agile community as the coordinator of the Agile Nashville user group, founder of the Music City Agile conference, and a frequent local and international speaker.

You can connect with him online at and and view his Agile training videos/events on O’Reilly Learning Online at

Date/Time:   Tuesday, August 23, 2022 – 12:00 Noon – 1:00 PM Central Time (Virtual Event)

Event Fees: $10



August 23
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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