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How to be an Agile2013 Speaker

01.03.2013
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In case you haven’t heard… the Agile2013 submission system is up and running. If you’ve ever had visions of getting up on stage and sharing your experiences with the agile community, now is your time.

The process is pretty simple. All you have to do is create an account in the Agile Alliance submission system, propose a session topic, and wait to get some community feedback. Responding to your feedback is a pretty important part of the deal, so once you propose a session, stay engaged with the process.

Dennis Stevens is co-chairing the Enterprise Agile track with Chad Holdorf. I am co-chairing the Coaching & Mentoring track with Tricia Broderick. We’ve enlisted quite a few folks from the LeadingAgile team as reviewers. We are all looking forward to hearing what you guys have to say.

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