Agile ME, the community organization founded by Agile Enthusiasts from the region is back with Lean and Agile Middle East Summit. It is the third edition of the annual event that started in 2015. The one-day event will take place at Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Resort in Dubai, UAE on 18th March and is being co-hosted by Heriot-Watt University Dubai.
The event will have three parallel tracks of talks with speakers from different parts of the world. The three keynote speakers will be Dave Snowden, founder Chief Scientific Officer of Cognitive Edge and the founder and Director of the Centre for Applied Complexity at Bangor University in Wales, Hendrik Esser, change force behind the Ericsson’s enterprise transition to Lean and Agile, and Dr. Khaled Hamdy, the Projects Advisor to the Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai Chairman of the Board.
“It is one of the largest gatherings of Agile Enthusiasts in Middle East and is attended by people from different backgrounds including Developers, Engineers, Project Leads & Management Consultants”
notes Mirza Asfar Baig who is lined-up to speak at the Conference.
The attendees who have PMP certifications will earn professional development units (PDUs) in B category for attending the conference. Agile ME has also partnered with Scrum Alliance so the attendees can also earn category A SEUs the Certified ScrumMaster certification.
Careem has signed up as one of the Gold Sponsor of the event. Their promo code ‘friendsofcareem’ can be used to avail 20% discount on the tickets which can be purchased here. The registration desk will be selling tickets at the venue as well.
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