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The Agilistocrats! at the 2015 Global Scrum Gathering in Phoenix – Review of Day 1 & Picks for Day 2

The Agilistocrats! on Day 1 at the 2015 Global Scrum Gathering in Phoenix. Dhaval Panchal, Richard Cheng, Dave Prior, Maria Matarelli, Tom Perry and Daniel Gullo on the best sessions of Day 1 and their picks for Day 2 of the Gathering.

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Agile 2014 Interview with Daniel Gullo

My good friend Daniel Gullo stopped by during Agile 2014 to give an update on his recent trip to India to teach some classes and speak at the Scrum Alliance Regional Event in India. Daniel is also getting ready to give the keynote at the Scrum Alliance Regional Scrum Gathering in Rio. During the interview we talked about his Agile 2014 presentation Raising Agility: Bringing Up The Next Generation of Thought Leaders [Our Children], Homeschooling and Agile as well as important things to consider when hiring an Agile Coach. Daniel is an Agile Coach/Trainer for SolutionsIQ. He is also part of the very small crew of Agile practitioners who hold both Certified Scrum Coach and Certified Scrum Trainer accreditations. 

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Posted on: August 01, 2014 01:54 PM | Permalink | Comments (0)
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