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Disciplined Agile Training Event Recap with Tony Johnson

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This is part 2 of my interview with Tony Johnson from Crosswind PM. In this part of the interview Tony and talk through his recent experience attending a Disciplined Agile Training event held by PMI. We also share our thoughts and opinions on why PMI acquired Disciplined Agile and Flex and how we are expecting that to impact the Project Management community. 

In the first part of the interview, which you can find here, Tony and I discussed some of the upcoming changes to the Project Management Institute's Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), how that will impact the PMP Exam, and the impact you can expect it have on your work in PM. 

If you’d like to reach out to Tony with follow up questions:

Web: crosswindpm.com
Email: tjohnson@crosswindpm.com
Twitter: twitter.com/crosswindpm

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