Who should attend:
Tom Mellor, CST has been actively involved in business and IT for over 36 years. A seasoned professional, he has worked in both large and small companies serving in a multitude of capacities and functions. With a rich history in Agile, Tom is passionate about the adoption and use of agile-based product development approaches and in 2004 introduced Agile and Scrum framework into a Fortune 50 company. He trained over 1,000 employees and hundreds outside of the company in the practices and principles of Agile and Scrum and coached and nurtured the use of Scrum on many of project teams. Tom has been a Certified Scrum Trainer since 2008 and served on the Scrum Alliance Board of Directors from March 2008 through October 2010 including a term as chair from September 2009 until October 2010. Purpose driven work for Tom means helping organizations, their leaders, and their teams do modern Agile-based product development processes effectively and he helps them do this through consultation, training and coaching. Tom grew up in Montana and earned a BS Degree in Business Administration from The University of Montana. He now lives in Bloomington, Illinois with his wife, Maryann, and their 3 daughters – Lindsey, Kristen, and Amanda and dog, Penny.
$ 1,195 --- PMI Atlanta Chapter Member
$ 1,295 --- Non-members
PMI Talent Triangle: Technical 12.5 / Leadership 1.5 / Strategic 2
Hampton Inn & Suites – Atlanta-Galleria
2733 Circle 75 Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30339
Please note that walk-ins on the same day as class are not allowed. Registration must be completed on-line in advance of RSVP date provided in course description.
* For information on the event, please contact Scott Dunbar at (205) 807-7488 at BrainTrust Consulting Group. Refunds will be processed by BrainTrust Consulting Group.
|Event Date||11-26-2018 8:30 am|
|Event End Date||11-27-2018 5:00 pm|
|Cut off date||11-19-2018 11:55 pm|
|Location||Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta-Galleria|
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