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Last day for early-bird discount on The Influential Agile Leader

If you’ve been following this blog you’ll have heard that The Influential Agile Leader is coming to Edinburgh in May.  Today (8th February) is the last day for the early-bird discount.  We have over 20 attendees already, with a limit … Continue reading

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Only a few days left for 33% off The Influential Agile Leader

If you’re reading this blog, I assume you believe Agile/Lean development improves how and what we deliver, and improves the quality of life for the teams as well – or at least, you’re interested in it. Do you really feel … Continue reading

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The Influential Agile Leader discount code

The Influential Agile Leader – Edinburgh 22nd-23rd May 2014 Gil has given me a discount code worth £100 off this event – use ASC_IAL_2014 when booking. And get in before 31st December for a massive 33% super-early-bird discount. Are you … Continue reading

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Influential Agile Leader event comes to Europe

I’m really excited! I have been following Gil Broza and Johanna Rothman in different ways over the past few years, and earlier this year they got together in Boston in an interactive training event “The Influential Agile Leader”. I would … Continue reading

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The Human Side of Agile

So you’ve studied all the Agile texts. You’ve read everything Tom and Mary Poppendieck have written about Lean Software. You’re estimating story points, working in iterations, standing up every day with pigs and chickens, continuously integrating…and yet you still don’t … Continue reading

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Something happened on the way to Agile

A couple of months after starting their Agile journey, most practitioners encounter the same challenges and concerns (you are not alone!) They have burning questions, but rarely do they have someone to ask. Gil Broza has compiled a mini-program in … Continue reading

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