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Welcome to the old PMI Agile Community of Practice Wiki


This PBWORKS site is no longer actively supported by the PMI Agile Community of Practice.

The new site is located at http://agile.vc.pmi.org/


 

The PMI Agile Agile Community of Practice is the result of a grass-roots initiative between a pioneering group of Agilists and the Project Management Institute (PMI) to create a new Agile Community of Practice within the PMI, with the stated purpose "to equip PMI members with Agile knowledge and skills".  
 
The PMI Agile Agile Community of Practice serves as a connecting body between Agile and PMI groups, facilitating communication, cooperation and collaboration between the Agile and PMI communities. 
The intent of this online portal is to provide information on both PMI and Agile practices, principles, and values to members of both communities in the form of articles, presentations, webinars, podcasts, speaking engagements, news, and event notifications.  
 


How to Get Involved - go to http://agile.vc.pmi.org/

We need your input and support!  You have an opportunity to contribute your ideas and influence the types of information, topics, events, etc. you would like the PMI Agile Community of Practice to provide. 
 
Join our team via  the Volunteering page.
 
Here are some areas where you can contribute specific content and expertise.  Please click on one of the links below to sign-up for a Subteam:

 

 
 
Available Speakers Post Wiki content for available and upcoming agile speakers by locale with contact information and links to their sample works and artifacts. Please note, this page is not meant to be an endorsement of any individuals speakers.
Knowledge Base Post Wiki content for agile knowledge content such as articles, books, blogs, FAQs, and agile introductory material usefull to PMPs.

Chapter Engagement

Post Wiki content to support global outreach to both PMI chapters and local agile groups.  Help make PMI chapters and local agile groups aware of each other in their communities, so that they have the opportunity to partner on meetings and events.  The intent is to communicate PMI Agile CoP services to PMI chapters and facilitate their use - agile speakers, information about upcoming PMI agile events in their area and where to go to get additional information like articles, books, podcasts, and webinars.

 

 

 

 


 

How To Get Connected

 


More About the PMI Agile CoP go to http://agile.vc.pmi.org/

 


To request further information or determine how to best contribute to PMI Agile CoP activities, please go to http://agile.vc.pmi.org/

Comments (5)

Donna Reed said

at 6:58 pm on Oct 8, 2009

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DONNA REED
donna@DonnaAReed.com
http://wwwlDonnaAReed.com

kelvin said

at 3:46 am on Jul 4, 2010

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http://www.profilingmanager.com



YOU ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE

Huet Landry said

at 10:07 am on Aug 5, 2010

Thanks for setting up this wiki.
I'd like to see the page content all formatted to adjust according to the displayed page margins. Having to continually scroll from side to side to read an article or page header is painful for fast readers.

Gene Gendel, PMP, CSM, CSP said

at 12:22 pm on Sep 15, 2010

I represent PMI NYC Chapter. I am exploring how Global PMI Agile Community of Practice activities can be beneficial for our chapter. If anyone can share their opinion about how local PMI chapters benefit from such affiliation I would greatly appreciate it.
Gene

Derek Huether said

at 10:15 pm on Jun 8, 2012

This site is no longer actively maintained by the PMI Agile CoP. Please use: http://agile.vc.pmi.org/

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