R4OT - Finance and Capitalization in an Agile World
Over the last 15 years the massive impact of Agile on the IT industry has changed so much of how we engage with one another, but what about our friends in the accounting department? Has your organization shifted to Agile product development and find yourselves sticking to the same budgeting processes? With the promotion of smaller & more frequent releases of new company assets, how can we ensure our budgeting and accounting practices don’t get left behind? How can we change our capitalization and depreciation practices to ensure compliance? Please join me as I dive into the impact of Agile on organizational finance.
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Series Presentation with Mohammad Attieh
This is a continuation of the PMI Region 4 Organizational Transformation Series (R4OT) – More details to come!
Win a Seat to the PMI Transformation Micro-Credential Program! - Attend 8 sessions this year and your name will be put in a drawing for a chance to win 10 more PDUs and a Transformation Badge (>$350 value). Registrants will have access to past recordings to still participate, must complete by 12/31/2021 to earn an entry.
|Event Date||08-25-2021 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||08-25-2021 6:30 pm|
|Individual Price||Chapter Member - FREE | Guest - $10/$50 (Full Series)|
Mohammad Attieh is a Digital Consultant [SPC 5.0] with 7+ years practicing lean agile, supporting business transformation from software projects to product and service offerings within the Energy industry. With a passion and focus on cost controls and adoption of lean agile budgeting practices to support digital transformation, he has built complex budget planning and monitoring solutions that integrate into any development environment. Mohammad also has extensive experience in building customer centric product roadmaps through various design thinking workshops.
Born in: Brooklyn, NY
Languages: English & Arabic
Hobbies: Camping, Grilling, Watching Football
Alma Matter: SUNY Morrisville, B.B.A Entrepreneurship & Business Management