Retired Homicide Detective
Detective Michael Cavilla has 25 years of policing experience with the Calgary Police Service in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. During his career, Detective Michael Cavilla held the rank of Detective and Acting Staff Sergeant and has been a Detective for 13 years. The last 11 years of his career were assigned to the Homicide Unit of the Major Crimes Section of the Calgary Police Service. Detective Michael Cavilla has investigated over 300 homicides, and been involved with over a twenty homicides and suspicious deaths involving infants and young children. Det. Michael Cavilla also acted as an advisor to police members attached to the Calgary Police Service Child Abuse Unit on “live cases” where children had suffered serious physical trauma/injuries. Michael is married with two daughters and currently resides with his family in Calgary, Alberta.
Agile methods continue to gain popularity for usage in non-IT projects. This presentation illustrates an interesting case study that displays how Agile methods are not limited only to IT Projects. The listener will be shown how Agile methods are widely transferable and easily be adaptable to non-IT projects. This is displayed in a variety of capacities through a real life example of Agile Project Management principles utilized in an actual Homicide Investigation. The presentation will showcase a variety of agile techniques applied in the world of Homicide Investigation that project managers can consider when undertaking other projects that possess high rates of requirements change.