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More on The Stable Framework™:
Combining the best of Lean and Agile to achieve Operational Excellence.

 - Presented by Michael J. Berry from Red Rock Research
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Event: Section Members Meeting

DateNovember 14, 2019

Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Location:

6350 S. 3000 E.
Old Mill III
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121

The Stable Framework™:
Combining the best of Lean and Agile to achieve Operational Excellence.

Tuned for IT, but for use anywhere a team performs complex work, the Stable Framework is a certificate-based workflow methodology tuned for reducing errors and scrap within a system.

Bio: Michael J. Berry, JCMC, PMP, PMI-PBA, PMI-ACP, ITIL, CSM, CSPO, PSM I, PSPO I, SMC, SPRO
Michael is the chief methodologist for Red Rock Research.  He has worked in the software development industry for over 25 years—the last 10 of these managing project teams and coaching executives in the software corners of the manufacturing industry.  He teaches both Agile and plan-based development methodologies to seasoned professionals. What sets Mike apart from other software coaches is that he has a technical programming background and has programmed multiple world-class applications. Mike wrote bank teller software that was deployed at over 2500 branches in five states. He led a team that wrote medical EMR software that is deployed in over 600 medical facilities in the United States. Mike wrote a global product lifecycle tracking system that is deployed in numerous countries on four continents. In addition to holding numerous certifications, Mike is also a John C. Maxwell Leadership Coach. Mike graduated from Weber State University with a B.S. degree in Information Systems & Technologies, in 1997

Please join us for this informative presentation.

This event is open to anyone interested at no charge.

If you would like a meal, there may be a small fee.
Please use the registration link below to register.


· By attending this event, ASQ members will earn re-certification units.
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