Webinars

ISBSG is pleased to join with industry partners and present a series of webinars.

Webinars will be presented monthly and cover a range of topics relevant to IT project planning and estimation.

See the webinar calendar below for details.

Webinar attendees will be eligible for 1 PDU according to Project Management Institute’s (PMI) CCR program

Webinar Calendar and Registration

26th January 2021

09.00 PT (Pacific Time)

Software Sizing As A Essential Measure: Past, Present and Future
Speaker: Dan Galorath, CEO of Galorath Inc
Mr. Galorath has been involved with engineering, estimating and analysis for 40 years. He will discuss: the use of size for new and updated programs today, the uses of sizing for evaluating open source and other software.

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24th February 2021

13.00 CET (Central European Time)

Benchmarking Agile Teams
Speaker: Harold van Heeringen, Principle Consultant, Metri

Learn how the use of standardized methods for functional size measurement result in objective KPIs. These KPIs allow enable team comparisons and productivity benchmarks against the ISBSG data. Objective KPIs can be used in output-based contracts with vendors, mitigating the risks of time and materials contracts.

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19th March 2021

time to be confirmed

Topic to be confirmed 
Speaker: Christine Green,  IFPUG President

15th April 2021

13.00 CET (Central European Time)

Harry Potter and the 7 Secrets of the IFPUG Function
Speaker: Julián Gómez, Brand Manager LedaMC

Discover the 7 key points of function point methodology. These include: product focus, use by the international community, improved communication between Business and IT, use of indicators to contextualize software developments, standardization of methods to enable comparisons and finally, certification.