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Q3 Agile Success Tour: Boston, Seattle, Chicago and London

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Various posts in this blog (click, for example, here, here, and here) brought up noteworthy threads from the Q2 Rally Agile Success Tours events in Santa Clara, Atlanta and Washington, DC. The Rally team and I are gearing up now for the following Q3 Success Tour events:

  • September 17, 2009 in Boston, MA
  • October 1, 2009 in Seattle, WA
  • October 15 in Chicago, IL
  • October 29, 2009 in London, UK

I have started teleconferencing with the panelists in these four cities. It is clear even at this stage of the preparations we will have an eclectic mix of panelists and various intriguing topics that might not have been fully addressed during Q1 and Q2. For example, organizing your reality and Agile can’t be localized are two of the topics that will be discussed in the Boston event.

As I did during Q1 and Q2, I will report here highlights from the events. Stay tuned…

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Written by israelgat

August 9, 2009 at 5:20 pm

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  1. […] the richness and vibrancy of the dialogs that were produced by 80 participants in the September 17 Rally Agile Success Tour event in Boston. You had to be there in order to fully savor the experience. If you are a Boston […]

  2. […] leave a comment » No, this is not (yet) the report from the Rally Agile Success Tour (AST) in London. You will need to wait another week for my report from this forthcoming event. Rather, this post is to advise folks in the greater London area of a an intriguing thread we will be discussing in the Rally event there on Thursday, October 29. […]


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