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26 May 2020
How to: Respond to Continuous Change as an Agile Project Manager

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Have you ever spent hours updating a project plan that nobody then reads?
Have you struggled to change direction once you’ve communicated your timelines?
Have you wondered what would make it easier to respond to continuous change on your initiative?

If these challenges resonate with you, then join this Webinar. It is designed to share top tips on responding to continuous change over (or while) following a linear plan.

In this Webinar, you will learn:
• When Gantt charts are appropriate, and what to use instead when they aren’t
• How often you should plan to respond to continuous change as well as some terms that can help
• The key differences between roadmaps and timelines and some ideas on when to use which

This Webinar will most benefit Project Managers and Product Managers.



How to: Respond to Continuous Change as an Agile Project Manager

Chetna Ghuliani | Agile Coach and Maud Duchemin | Project Management and Capability Lead

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Chetna Ghuliani

Agile Coach, Cancer Research UK


Chetna  has over fifteen years of experience in IT industry, with expertise in delivering complex business critical projects using agile development practices. Before joining Cancer Research UK, she performed various roles in different Agile projects as an Agile Business Analyst, Scrum Master, Agile Delivery Manager. Chetna has also worked as an Agile Consultant & Trainer across the UK & Europe.

Maud Duchemin

Project Management Capability Lead, Cancer Research UK


Maud joins us with extensive years and knowledge in Project Management. She looks after Project Managers at Cancer Research UK delivering Technology and Change projects. She is a champion of Agile and Lean.

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