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Talk: Agile in Distributed Teams

Forecast is having an after work talk together with Agility Lab and ITU on how to do agile in distributed teams.

No matter if you’re a seasoned agile expert or complete novice you’re welcome to join. This talk can be used just as an inspiration or to implement your own best practices in your own organization.

Agenda
  • Welcome by Forecast, ITU and Meetup (Dennis Kayser, Paolo Tell, Morten Elvang) 
  • Experiences with working in distributed teams (Dennis Kayser)
  • Experiences with working in distributed teams (Ricardo Parro)
  • Distributed Agile Approaches from Empirical Cases (Rosalba Guiffrida)
  • Open space for discussion 
Time

Tuesday, April 14, 2015 from 17:00-20:00

Location

ITU, Rued Langgaards Vej 7, Copenhagen At ITU we are in the ground floor 'Design Lab'. Host: Paolo Tell

Registration

Please register your attendance by following the link below.

http://www.meetup.com/AgilityLab/events/220498853/

Update

Slides from the talk can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/denniskayser/forecast-it-presentationagilitylab20150414v2

 

If you want to see a demo of what Forecast has to offer you, whether you're local or global; then book a personal 30 min. slot with our success team.

Dennis Kayser
ABOUT THE AUTHOR | Dennis Kayser
My name is Dennis Kayser and I’m CEO and co-founder in Forecast. I enjoy helping our customers succeed by building great and innovative software that supports teams in their daily work.
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