Agile Methodologies, can they be applied to Science?

Do the terms Agile coach, Scrum and Kanban ring a bell? Are you looking for a new way of working through your PhD, your lab or your company?

Agile practices are revolutionizing workflows in many fields. First proposed in 2001 for software developing they are based on flexibility, collaboration and accountability.

Join ECUSA for a panel on how to apply Agile methodologies to scientific projects on Thursday 29th of April at 7pm EST (4pm PCT). We have an amazing group of experts that will explain what Agile is, how can you do it in science and what are the main limitations for our field.

Laura Pirro, PhD (R&D Engineer at Yara International)
Laura’s Nature article sharing her Agile strategies for research

Alejandro Martorell, PhD, PMP (Project Manager at Oncocyte Corporation)

Adán Muñoz (Head of Agile Transformation at MASMOVIL group) 

Marina Martinez, co-chair of CDA ECUSA

Registro gratuito en Zoom:–wtW7fxXZG3

Don’t forget to send your questions in the register and live during the panel! We will record it, so that if you register, you won’t miss it!