Social Impact Agile is a movement focused on carrying out Social projects created by a team of professionals in Agile and Development applicable to any effort that seeks to improve the quality of life of one or more people.
Big companies have similar problems to that of country governments.
The key is to focus on obtaining the solution to the problem.
Agile is 21 years old, but in 2019 in Virginia, the USA, a new manifesto for Social Impact. Agile: SiAgile, was written with the participation of Rocío Briceño and Alistair Cockburn (one of the authors of the agile manifesto). Its first applications have already been used by multilateral organisations and private companies with social responsibility areas.
This event is an interactive session where the audiences are welcome to participate in the discussion.
Rocío Briceño López
Ms Rocío Briceño López was vice-president candidate during the last Costa Rica elections 2022-2026 promoting Agile and Digital Transformation as part of the government plan to improve her country.
Briceño is the co-founder of SiAgile Social Impact Agile, together with Alistair Cockburn She also worked as a leader and subject matter expert in Agile for the IDB Inter-American Development Bank in Washington DC rescuing the most complicated projects in Latin America and the Caribbean Region.
Rocío has given more than 200 talks worldwide about improving Organizations through Agile and Technology. She was recognized as part of the panel of experts on the future of Agility by Scrum Alliance on the 20th anniversary of the Agile Manifesto. Nowadays, she leads the agile portfolio of marketing and digitalization for one of the top ten global companies in Health Care working in the USA and Switzerland.
15 CHF for non PMI Switzerland members
Free for PMI Switzerland members.
100% refund is possible for a ticket if canceled the latest 7 days before the event.
|Event Date||08-09-2022 18:30|
|Event End Date||08-09-2022 20:00|
|Individual Price||Free for members / 15 CHF|
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