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Agile Networking Communities in Your Area

03.01.2013
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The best way to advance your agile journey is to get plugged in with others who are doing it. Here is a quick list of local and virtual communities, where you can find other practitioners like you. Note that some communities are registered in only one place, so click through all of them to be sure your find the right group, and get connected today.

The Agile Alliance lists the most extensive list of local agile communities:

http://www.agilealliance.org/resources/agile-user-groups/

Networking Groups with an emphasis on Scrum:

http://www.scrumalliance.org/user_groups

The Agile Leadership Network has a number of long-standing chapters across the world:

http://www.agileleadershipnetwork.org/local-chapters/

The PMI Agile Community of Practice boasts a virtual community of 13,000 project leaders using agile methods:

http://agile.vc.pmi.org/Public/Home.aspx

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