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Cross-Posting- Agile in our Daily Lives

Time: January 29, 2015 from 5:30pm to 8pm
Location: Univ Of Penn
Street: 3730 Walnut
City/Town: University City part of Philly
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/…
Event Type: panma, daily, lives
Organized By: PANMA
Latest Activity: Jan 5, 2015

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Agile in our Daily Lives

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/agile-living-how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-never-be-done-tickets-15033302011


The agile approach values iteration and learning over fixed outcomes and mental rigidity. Given the power of these ideas, what if we were to apply agile methodologies to our own lives? In this talk, content strategist and filmmaker David Dylan Thomas describes how he’s attempted to do just that and the impact it’s had on his life. He’ll also explore how technology has evolved to better leverage.

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Event Summary:
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Event: Agile Living: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Never Be "Done"
Date: Thursday, January 29, 2015 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Location: Huntsman Hall, Wharton School, University of PA 3730 Walnut St, Room TBD
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Event Details:
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The agile approach values iteration and learning over fixed outcomes and mental rigidity. Given the power of these ideas, what if we were to apply agile methodologies to our own lives? In this talk, content strategist and filmmaker David Dylan Thomas describes how he’s attempted to do just that and the impact it’s had on his life. He’ll also explore how technology has evolved to better leverage unpredictability and how that relates to agile being a better way to think about life and ourselves.
What You'll Learn  

The basics of agile methodology and how it differs from “waterfall” methodology
How technology has evolved to behave more like the natural world
Why agile is a good fit for the way the natural world works
Why agile is a good fit for the way we work
Step-by-step instructions to create an agile workflow for your daily life and long-term goals
How this did and did not work for me, personally


As a content strategist for EPAM, David Dylan Thomas has developed strategies for major clients in entertainment, publishing, and retail. He is the founder of Content Camp, co-organizer of Barcamp Philly, head of Content Strategy Philly, and the creator, director, and co-producer of Developing Philly, a web series about the rise of the Philadelphia tech community. He has given lectures on such topics as the future of content in a post-ownership economy and the hidden power of online links.Company: EPAMemail: travelindave2001@gmail.comtwitter: @movie_pundit

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Hosted By:
PANMA.org
Philly Area New Media Assoc


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