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Tuesday, December 17th
9am Vancouver | 12pm New York | 5pm London

The transition from project- to product-oriented value streams is revolutionizing the way that business and IT teams work together. As organizations start managing work by product, some long-standing roles are changing.

PMO roles, such as program and project managers are expanding and evolving, reorienting IT organizations to focus on value-based outcomes in order to deliver more value to customers.

During this webinar, Tasktop Principal Flow Advisor, Dominica DeGrandis, will cover how and why organizations are transitioning to a product-centric way of working, and how to help teams level-up necessary skills that will drive and support the transformation toward a product-centric operating model.

You’ll learn:

  • Why product management and profit-center thinking provides an advantage
  • How to experiment and observe with Flow Metrics
  • How to use a skills matrix heatmap to quickly spot risks and help teams level-up

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MEET THE SPEAKER

Dominica DeGrandis
Principal Flow Advisor, Tasktop
Dominica DeGrandis is a Principal Flow Advisor at Tasktop, where she helps customers improve the flow of work and business value across value streams. Responsible for introducing customers to flow-based aspects of digital transformation, she guides IT teams and business teams to learn and adopt new ways of working to improve performance. Dominica is the author of “Making Work Visible: Exposing Time Theft to Optimize Work & Flow”. She is a huge fan of using visual cues to reveal mutually critical information across organizations to inspire change and spur alignment. Dominica lives in Seattle, WA with her husband and extended family. She blogs at ddegrandis.com and tweets at @dominicad.