PMISC - 5th June 2024 - Vision to Velocity: Women in Agile Excellence Luncheon

Power Skills


From Vision to Velocity: Women in Agile Excellence

At PMI Sydney Chapter, we are committed to fostering an inclusive and empowering environment. We take pride in recognising the pivotal role that women play in driving agile methodologies forward. Join us for an interactive discussion over lunch sponsored by Commonwealth Bank and PM-Partners, where you’ll have the opportunity to:

  • Deepen your understanding and explore the challenges of implementing agile within organisations.
  • Gain a better understanding of how the empowerment of women contributes to excellence in agile methodologies.
  • Emphasise the empowerment of women as change-makers and innovators in the agile world.
  • Learn from our experts and hear from our distinguished panelists as they discuss navigating multiple agile transformations within organisations.
  • Discover support mechanisms and strategies for thriving during uncertain times using agile approaches.
  • Connect and interact with fellow professionals to exchange personal experiences and stories.


Date: Wednesday, 5 June 2024

Time: 11:30 – 13:30

Where: Commonwealth Bank Place - South Building, 11 Harbour Street, Sydney 2000

PDU earned: 1.5 PDUs


*Complimentary places are limited and served on a first come, first served basis.


Our speakers:


Janelle Delaney, 

Partner at IBM Consulting

Janelle Delaney is a leader that brings the right team together in order to achieve results and support that team by building capability and removing roadblocks. She has a strong commitment to unlocking the potential of her team and as a leader get great pleasure in coaching and mentoring them for their own career success.

Janelle is fiercely determined; embracing challenges and caring about people are her passions.

The ability to juggle all facets of life effectively is important to Janelle. Her love of sport has taken her on a journey to compete regularly at Masters World Track & Field championships and this has taught her tenacity and endurance needed to achieve success.


Annie Sheehan,

Author, 'The Courageous Sponsor'

     Annie Sheehan, a seasoned project coach with over 25 years of global experience in technology and financial services, is the director and founder of Navem Pty Ltd, offering thought leadership and training in project management.

An accomplished author with two bestsellers, Annie is renowned for her strategic leadership and expertise in Agile transformations.

As a former president of the PMI Melbourne Chapter and a sought-after keynote speaker, Annie brings a wealth of knowledge and insight to discussions on project sponsorship, Agile methodologies, and high-performing teams.

With a Bachelor's degree in Business Studies and certifications including CSM, Six Sigma Green Belt, and PMP, Annie is a respected figure in the field of project delivery and leadership.


Belinda Tee

Country Manager (ANZ) at Scaled Agile

Belinda Tee is a problem solver at heart, she is always hungry to solve the complex issues and believes in leading by example.

Belinda's passion is helping to grow business, teams and the person. Nothing makes her happier than when she have been a part of someone's journey to finding their happy place.

She is often known for being relentless at achieving goals and learning as part of the journey.


Kaione Corrigan,

Product Owner at TPG Telecom

Kaione Corrigan is an innovative and creative digital professional with over 15 years’ experience gained in Europe and Australia within the telco, retail and financial services space.

Kaione brings with her a genuine passion for delivering agile and great digital experiences with a customer first approach.

She is also the current co-chair of TPG Telecom's Gender Equality Network 'equALL'.


Join us in celebrating women’s impact on agile excellence!


If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to My Tran Le, Director of Volunteering and PMDoS (Project Management Day of Service) at the PMI Sydney Chapter (


Notice of Filming & Photography:

Please note that a professional photographer and videographer will be on-site to document this event. Photographs and videotapes are the sole property of PMI and PMI Sydney Chapter. By attending this event, attendees understand that PMI and PMI Sydney Chapter may use the likenesses for future promotional purposes.

If you do not wish to be photographed, please notify the photographer, videographer and/or PMI Sydney Chapter volunteers.


Our sponsors:

We would like to thank our event sponsors for their continuous support in providing the best value to our members and project professionals in the community.



Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA)We are guided by our purpose – building a brighter future for all.

Our strategy, to build tomorrow's bank today for our customers, reflects our commitment to use the strength of CBA to support our customers, invest in our communities and provide strength and stability for the broader economy.

We are one of the leading banks in Australia, serving more than 17 million customers. We focus on providing retail and commercial banking services predominantly in Australia, and in New Zealand through our subsidiary, ASB.



As leaders in projects, PMO and agile services, PM-Partners has a long-standing reputation for helping clients across a range of industries execute and deliver their strategies more effectively.

Taking a pragmatic, outcomes-focused approach, their expert advisory, delivery, training and resourcing teams optimise delivery environments, drive quality and consistency, and uplift the capabilities of organisations and people. This enables their customers to achieve their outcomes and objectives with less risk and cost and accelerate the delivery of value.


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Type of category: Women in Project Management

Type of activity: Power Skills

Date: June 5th, 2024

Hour: 11:30AM to 1:30PM

Registration close date: May 30th, 2024 at 6:00PM

# of PDUs: 1.5


Students: $35.00

Members: $35.00

Non members and Guests: $55.00


Commonwealth Bank Place South Building

11 Harbour Street
Sydney, NSW, 2000