Time for a First-Class Upgrade: Modern Techniques for Project Managers in Agile Environments


    So you work in Agile, has anything really changed?  For some of us, the answer is yes, and for some of us it is no, and others are still trying to figure it out.  Regardless of Agile impacts, the truth is that things have been changing for a while and they will continue to change given the uncertain world we live in.  As environments and processes evolve, so too, must our skills.

    In this interactive session, you will learn new, modern, innovative, street smart techniques that will help with communication, perspective, and collaboration in any environment (Agile, Waterfall, or hybrid). At the end of the day, many organizations are still espousing faster, more, and with fewer people so we better upgrade our skills, or you will be stuck in coach.  I don’t know about you, but I prefer getting the upgrade to First Class!

    July 8 attendees will learn:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

    • Why new approaches and techniques are crucial to high-performing teams.
    • Why the techniques we use need to have an element of fun or surprises, so it feels less like work.
    • Learn new techniques that they can apply immediately back on the job.


    Bob Prentiss is a keynote speaker, author, mentor, coach, and Business Analysis thought leader.  Bob is passionate about helping you think, learn & work differently so you can become the best version of yourself.  Bob is the CEO and founder of The Uncommon League providing Agile, Project Management, Business Analysis, and Leadership training, consulting, and mentoring services.  The Uncommon League helps organizations transform their practices utilizing modern techniques, an agile mindset, and street-smart approaches to get the work done faster.