(In Person) Prioritizing the Right Work at the Right Time
Not all tasks are created equal. Instead of having your employees fret over every project that comes across their desk, learn how to assess their workflow based on cognitive load, collaborative involvement, and market demand. That way, they will know where to best focus their efforts at any moment to achieve maximum productivity without unnecessary stress.
Aaron Kopel will join us from his Project Brilliant Office. In-person attendees will be able to network and enjoy light appetizers before the chapter meeting. Doors open at 5:30 pm and the chapter meeting kicks-off at 6:45pm.
Registration closes at 5pm on Monday, December 5.
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Aaron Kopel is the founder and CEO of Project Brilliant LLC, a management consulting firm specializing in Agile transformation and the application of the Agile mindset to entire organizations. He is an Enterprise Agile Coach and Trainer with experience across various industries and company sizes ranging from early-stage startups to Fortune 100 firms.
Aaron is one of 40 people worldwide to achieve top two Scrum Alliance certifications—Certified Enterprise Coach® (CEC®) and Scrum Certified Trainer® (CST®). He primarily focuses on working with executive management teams to help them understand leadership in the context of agility, and teaches them how to transform and lead an Agile organization. He offers Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM®), Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO®), and Agile Leadership workshops in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh.
Aaron holds an MBA from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and lives in Carmel, IN with his wife and their two children.