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Workshop: Milestone Planning – Acoplando Agilidade em Projetos Tradicionais

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Visual Milestone Planning Workshop

Any project of any size or consequence, whether traditional or agile, needs an organizing principle that is understood and shared by those executing them as well as by their stakeholders. Without such a principle, project members struggle with what to do next and users and sponsors with what to expect by when.

Visual Milestone Planning is a collaborative method for the construction of robust, results-oriented, end‑to‑end plans that serve such purpose.

By involving the whole team in the formulation of the plan, Visual Milestone Planning produces plans which are less likely to miss key work elements and promote buy‑in, since the plan is theirs and not someone else’s. The plans created guide the project team during their just‑in‑time rolling wave planning or iteration planning activities and serve the communication and coordination needs of project sponsors and teams necessitating to synchronize their work.

Visual Milestone Planning builds upon two established methods: milestone planning and participatory planning which are integrated through a novel construct called the milestone planning matrix which elegantly links work to milestones and operationalized by the direct manipulation of the planning artifacts: work packages, schedules and dependencies, to create a staffing plan from which milestones dates are later derived.

The method is fully described in the article “Planejamento de Milestones – Um método visual e participativo published by Project Design Management.

This is a hands-on workshop with almost 50% of the time spent in group exercises and discussions organized around the development of a complete milestone plan.

::: Sobre a Inscrição

Inscrição, condições e a forma de pagamento.

• Workshop & Período
– 02 dias, 12 horas/aula; períodos tarde e noite (14h as 22h)
– 02 Coffee-break/dia
– Material para as atividades
– Certificado de Participação em Treinamento.

 

• Formas de Pagamento:
– Boleto bancário
– Débito em conta corrente – via cartão de débito
– Depósito em conta – Banco do Brasil ou Itaú
– Cartão de crédito: VISA, AMEX, MASTER ou DINNERS

• Política de Cancelamento:
– Prazos: a solicitação de reembolso do valor da inscrição é válida somente para requisições recebidas e confirmadas 07 dias úteis anterior a data de realização do evento.
– Valores: em todos os casos incidirá no mínimo sobre o valor do reembolso descontos referentes aos custos de operações das instituições financeiras.
– Limites: cancelamentos motivados por força maior serão exceções tratadas caso a caso, assim como as custas do processo.
– Padrão: todos os direitos do consumidor serão aplicados como base normativa em caso de ressarcimento nesta operação de compra.

 

Contatos: 

Email Vendas: comercial@projectdesignmanagement.com.br

Email Corporativo: treinamentos@mundopm.com.br

Fone: (11) 3661 1550 / (41) 3029 – 9397

 

::: Carga Horária e Cronograma

 Datas e Horário:

O curso será realizado em 02 dias das 14:00 as 22:00 horas.

Intervalos de 15 minutos para coffee-break (período tarde e noite) .

Data: 23 & 24 de Maio/2019

* Workshop ministrado em inglês – Palestrante Estrangeiro.

 

Endereço:  
Hotel – São Paulo/SP

Carga Horária
Total: 12 horas/aula

Informações, Inscrições e Certificados
Revista MundoPM – Project Management.

 

::: Público Alvo

Público Alvo 

Profissionais reponsáveis por Business Case e Planejamento; Project managers, exerce função num PMO, Product owner, Designer de Sprint.

 

Método Educacional 

  • Conceituação Teórica; Exercícios Práticos; Dinâmica de Grupos

::: Pré requisitos

Não há pre requisitos obrigatórios, porém é sugerido familiaridade com o tema gestão de projetos.

::: Conteúdo Programático

Learning Outcomes

Participants will learn to:

  • Build outcome oriented work breakdown structures
  • Identify and define milestones
  • Construct robust, end‑to‑end, result oriented plans
  • Track and report progress using the plan
  • Detail and execute the plan in traditional and agile environments

Workshop duration and structure

The workshop duration is 2 days and comprises lectures and group activities. Key lectures and activities:

 

Day 1
(6 hours + breaks)
Introduction (Lecture)

 

·       Motivation

·       Visual Milestone Planning overview

1 hour
Understanding and documenting the scope of work (Lecture) ·       Work breakdown structures (WBS)

·       Outcome oriented work breakdown structures

·       Work breakdown creation process

2 hours
Development of an outcome oriented work breakdown structure (Group exercise) ·       Participants will arrange themselves in groups of 4 or five and develop a work breakdown structure for the project example under the guidance of the instructor 2 hours
Retrospective (Group discussion) ·       Review of the learnings

·       Questions and answers

30 minutes
Assigning effort to WBS’ elements (Group exercise) ·       Aggregation (bottom‑up

·       Allocation (top-down)

30 minutes
Day 2
(6.5 hours + breaks)
Milestone plans (Lecture) ·       Definition

·       Contrast with activity plans

·       Characteristics of a good plan

·       Results paths

·       Defining milestones

·       Milestone planning and agile development

2 hours
Visual Milestone Planning review ·       Milestone Planning Matrix

·       Scheduling canvas

·       Milestone charts

1 hour
Development of a milestone plan
(Group exercise)
·       Using the WBS previously developed as input, each group will develop and end‑to‑end milestone plan for the project example under the guidance of the instructor 2 hours
Retrospective (Group discussion) ·       Review of the learnings

·       Questions and answers

30 minutes
Agile execution (Lecture) ·       Rolling wave planning

·       Iteration planning

30 minutes
Tracking progress (Lecture) ·       Milestones tracking report

·       Milestones progress chart

30 minutes

 

::: Palestrantes

Eduardo Miranda

Professor Carnegie Mellon University – Institute for Software Research
Dr. Eduardo Miranda is an Associate Professor at Carnegie Mellon University where he teaches courses in project management and agile software development at the Master of Software Engineering Program. Dr. Miranda’s areas of interest include project management, quality and process improvement.
Before joining Carnegie Mellon Dr. Miranda worked at Ericsson where he was instrumental in implementing Project Management Offices (PMO) and improving project management and estimation practices. His work is reflected in the book “Running the Successful Hi-Tech Project Office” published by Artech House in 2003.
Dr. Miranda holds a PhD. in Software Engineering from the École de Technologie Supérieure, and Master degrees in Project Management and Engineering from the University of Linköping, and the University of Ottawa. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems from the University of Buenos Aires. He has published over fifteen papers in software development methodologies, estimation and project management. Dr. Miranda is a certified Project Management Professional and a Senior Member of the IEEE.