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Feedback: PMI Organizational Agility Conference 2018
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It was indeed a great conference so can you share:

1- How you found this conference difference than last year's one ?
2- How did you benefit from attending the conference ?
3- What session or subject did not find most interesting ?
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There is already a link to PMI Organizational Agility Conference 2018 Survey in the event.
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1 reply by Rami Kaibni
Sep 12, 2018 4:45 PM
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Naina, I am aware of this I believe. That surcey is for PMI purposes while this discussion thread is for community members to brainstorm and discuss.
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Sep 12, 2018 4:07 PM
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There is already a link to PMI Organizational Agility Conference 2018 Survey in the event.
Naina, I am aware of this I believe. That surcey is for PMI purposes while this discussion thread is for community members to brainstorm and discuss.
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Dear Rami:

Thank you for organizing this discussion thread.

In addition to my answers in the completed survey, I would love to thank Rick Morris for his outstanding and live facilitation and questions that he pulled from hundreds of entries to keep it interestig. Each speaker created that "onion effect' when layers of information were naturally flowing completing the picture, while protecting the core - the principle of keeping it flexible with application of soft skiills. I was taking notes during the conference, so it felt like a true learning process. Company booths were most informative and bios of speakers were written in a stellar way to gauge interest in the topic and follow after the speech.

The more I learn about the AGILE VOCU environment the more I see how beneficial it is to use even in federal government organizations, like USAID, when we work in the development world. Yes. our primary goal is to reach sustainability and these days we talk a lot about the Journey to Self Reliance, still that Journey is not only about the final destination, it's about those demonstrable effects we can bring back to our beneficiaries sooner during that journey to make it more pleasant and keep stakeholders engaged in the entire journey.

I love that analogy about planning in the agile world that Erica so vividly exemplified like the skiing part, that we see it differently when we get on the top of the mountain and whatever was the plan, we should assure safe and interesting journey with many decision to take along the way!

I would also like to thank our PMI Kyiv Chapter for promoting the event among members and also bringing additional guests to learn together!

Looking forward to the November event and again kudos to the entire team at PMI who so thoughtfully organized this inspirational event and by means of technology made it globally available!

Most sincerely,
Natalia Berezhna
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1 reply by Rami Kaibni
Sep 12, 2018 7:48 PM
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Hi Natalia,

This is great and impressive feedback - Thank you so much and welcome on board this community. It is the first time I see you contributing so I hope we will see more involvement from you in the near future.

It was indeed a great conference and I personally did benefit a lot from the sessions that I was able to attend espeially how to do Agile on Large Projects in Large Organizations.

Cheers,
RK
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Sep 12, 2018 6:41 PM
Replying to Natalia Berezhna
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Dear Rami:

Thank you for organizing this discussion thread.

In addition to my answers in the completed survey, I would love to thank Rick Morris for his outstanding and live facilitation and questions that he pulled from hundreds of entries to keep it interestig. Each speaker created that "onion effect' when layers of information were naturally flowing completing the picture, while protecting the core - the principle of keeping it flexible with application of soft skiills. I was taking notes during the conference, so it felt like a true learning process. Company booths were most informative and bios of speakers were written in a stellar way to gauge interest in the topic and follow after the speech.

The more I learn about the AGILE VOCU environment the more I see how beneficial it is to use even in federal government organizations, like USAID, when we work in the development world. Yes. our primary goal is to reach sustainability and these days we talk a lot about the Journey to Self Reliance, still that Journey is not only about the final destination, it's about those demonstrable effects we can bring back to our beneficiaries sooner during that journey to make it more pleasant and keep stakeholders engaged in the entire journey.

I love that analogy about planning in the agile world that Erica so vividly exemplified like the skiing part, that we see it differently when we get on the top of the mountain and whatever was the plan, we should assure safe and interesting journey with many decision to take along the way!

I would also like to thank our PMI Kyiv Chapter for promoting the event among members and also bringing additional guests to learn together!

Looking forward to the November event and again kudos to the entire team at PMI who so thoughtfully organized this inspirational event and by means of technology made it globally available!

Most sincerely,
Natalia Berezhna
Hi Natalia,

This is great and impressive feedback - Thank you so much and welcome on board this community. It is the first time I see you contributing so I hope we will see more involvement from you in the near future.

It was indeed a great conference and I personally did benefit a lot from the sessions that I was able to attend espeially how to do Agile on Large Projects in Large Organizations.

Cheers,
RK
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Of course I missed it again ;-)
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1 reply by Rami Kaibni
Sep 13, 2018 3:18 PM
Rami Kaibni
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The night owl missed guarding the city, oh no :-)
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Very Good and Informative Virtual Session this Year
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1 reply by Rami Kaibni
Sep 13, 2018 3:19 PM
Rami Kaibni
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It was very informative indeed
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Rami, I was planning to join but as you know I had a big functionality failure that needs to be restored, couple days I even could not eat but I couldn't miss my coffee as it helps diagnosis and take the right decision :-) however I think we can catch the recording
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1 reply by Rami Kaibni
Sep 13, 2018 3:19 PM
Rami Kaibni
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I hope everything went well with your work and that it was sorted out completely.
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This was my first time attending this conference and I found really informative.
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1 reply by Rami Kaibni
Sep 13, 2018 3:18 PM
Rami Kaibni
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Glad you found it useful, welcome onboard.
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Sep 12, 2018 8:58 PM
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Of course I missed it again ;-)
The night owl missed guarding the city, oh no :-)
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