Five Essential Agile Tools for the Project Manager


Oct 10, 2019



Five Essential Agile Tools for the Project Manager


Mishkin Berteig will be guiding us through 5 key processes and tools that relate to managing Agile projects. Mishkin is a co-founder of Berteig Consulting Inc. (BERTEIG) and has nearly 20 years of experience working in Agile environments starting as a technical contributor and now as a leadership consultant.  

Mishkin is dedicated to innovation and operational excellence, and facilitates continuous improvement culture in enterprise organizations, which are so important for embracing Agile ways of working.  

Mishkin has written over 750 articles. These are accessible at


Learn about:

Role of 'Project Manager' in the Agile world: Project Managers often do not get clear training on Agile subject matters; in this short workshop, you will learn what it means to be 'Agile' and what the role of the Project Manager is in a company-wide transformation to Agile adoption.

Measuring performance in business results: you will explore how to measure performance in business results, not just adhering to process or schedules. You will see how using a skills matrix can help to identify the skills individuals bring to the team, and how this can improve your business performance.

Making team rooms work for you: In many organizations, working in team rooms is not an option; distributed teams are the new reality and this means face-to-face conversation is becoming rare. While software tools help us bridge the gap, you will learn how team rooms can help teams reach high-performance.

Project Managers vs Scrum Masters: we will set things straight, walking you through the role of the Project Manager and how it translates to roles within Scrum and the Agile enterprise.


Date: Thursday, October 10, 2019

Venue: Fanshawe College - North Campus, Room A2010, "A" Block, 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd, London, Ontario (see attached map). 

*Note:  On campus parking is free after 5pm.  Lot 11 is the closest parking lot to "A" Block.*


  • 6:00pm to 7:00pm - Network
  • 7:00pm to 7:10pm - Welcome Announcement
  • 7:10pm to 8:45pm - Presentation with Q&A
  • 8:45pm to 9:00pm - Closing remarks

Cost: FREE

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