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Case study Agile Release Planning (May 2014) at Penn State Great Valley Conference Center (Building on Left)

May 14, 2014 from 6pm to 8:30pm
Case study on Agile Release - Centering the Organization on Releases Agile Workshop: A Case Study on Agile ,"Hop Onto the Release Orientation Trolley"Brian Barr and Naeem Hussain will deliver their case study from the 2014- NEW ORLEANS Global Scrum Gathering.Topics include:1) What does it mean to be a release-oriented organization? (WHAT)2) Why should you move to release orientation? (WHY)3) How do you make the shift to become a release-oriented organization? (HOW)  5:00 - 6:00 p.m.: …See More
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Chris Bannan commented on John Voris's event PhillyETE- Discussing Agile & How We Change Stuff
"For the 4/22 meeting for Jim Benson, Jeff Knupp wrote that agile and Dev Ops are hurting developers (see link below).   His beef seems to be primarily with Dev Ops, but he implies that agile encourages developers seems to an IT Jack of all…"
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AgilePhilly May 2014 "Customer Relationships" at Horsham PA near the PA Turnpike Exit

May 22, 2014 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
The Role of Customer Engagement in Successful OrganizationsOur meeting is THURS, May 22ndCustomer Relationships are something that all members of a team should be cognizant of, even testers and in-house Ops - - we all have customers we report to, whether they are anonymous web users, product owners, or in-house managers.Local expert Bob Schatz will be making this popular presentation that he recently gave to the Agile Group in Washingtown, DC.  Besides his versatility, Bob always has a…See More
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