Sunday, December 20, 2015

My Presentations

Advice for anyone who is interested in public speaking: maintain you speaking history the same way as a university professors maintain their bibliography. It is not just useful when you do conference submissions or think about your professional progression. It is interesting to look back and think about the evolution of your professional interests and your contribution to the community of knowledge. So it seems the time has come to create mine:

December 21, 2015: What does Being Agile Mean to You? - PMI NYC Panel
November 3, 2015: PMI NYC: Practical Guide to Scaling Agile (the deck on Slideshare)
October  14, 2015: InRhythm University Meetup: Scaling Scaled Agile
June 16, 2015: Big Apple Scrum Day 2015: Agile Coaching is Dead: Long Live Agile Practicing!
June 17, 2013: Agile NYC: Enterprise Cadence (with Ilio Krumins-Beens) (description)
April 17, 2012: NY SPIN: Agile Hammer
September 20, 2012: Agile Day NYC:  Rolling out Agile Practices to 15 Teams in Six Months (with Ilio Krumins-Beens)
August 2, 2012: Agile NYC podcast 

I will be glad to speak at your Agile events! My bio is on PMI NYC site and here.

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