Apr 18
Jen Kalz is Speaking at IIBA-Minneapolis, St. Paul PDD
Location: Doubletree Hotel in Bloomington, MN 7800 Normandale Boulevard Bloomington, MN 55439

Jennifer Kalz, CBAP, CUA, CSM is presenting "Getting Down to the Bone – Techniques to Define the Agile MVP" at the 2019 IIBA MSP Chapter Professional Development Day.

Apr 22
Kurt Wondra Speaks at IIBA Greater Madison Chapter
Location: Craftsman Table & Tap 6712 Frank Lloyd Wright Ave Middleton, WI 53562

Skyline's own Kurt Wondra is presenting "Beyond the Techniques: Tools to Get Stuff Done!" at the April meeting for the IIBA Greater Madison Chapter.

May 09
Rachael Wilterdink Speaks at Fox Valley Business Intelligence and Analytics Meetup
Location: Skyline Technologies - Appleton Office 100 W Lawrence St Appleton, WI 54911

Skyline's Rachael Wilterdink will be presenting "10 Techniques to Model and Analyze Business Intelligence Requirements". Register today!

May 15
Two Skyline Associates are Speaking at WI BADD 2019
Location: Exhibition Hall @ Alliant Energy Center 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way Madison, WI 53713

We are excited to sponsor another WI BADD for two big reasons: Jen Kalz and Rachael Wilterdink are speaking on Communicating in the Multigenerational Office and Agile Product Ownership. Check out their presentations, and stop by our booth to learn more about our solutions.

May 21
Technology for the Modern Workplace at Business Breakfast Bytes
Location: Oak Park Place 2205 Midway Road Menasha, WI 54952

The Fox Cities Chamber May Business Breakfast Bytes will feature Libby Fisette, the leader of Skyline Technologies' modern workplace team, who will share how to go beyond the traditional desktop and online applications within Office 365.


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Greg Levenhagen is Presenting at KinnektorCon 2018

 
Date: Oct 24 - Oct 24
Location: Fox Cities Exhibition Center 355 W Lawrence St Appleton, WI
Greg will be a co-panelist with Adrienne Hartman (WIT President) and Michelle Schuler (Microsoft) to discuss how embracing diversity in technology hiring can lead to better outcomes for all.

We are facing a shortage of technology talent in northeastern Wisconsin. There are more than 7,000 computing jobs open in Wisconsin and the UW System is only seeing 900 graduates. To bridge this gap, we need to think differently about how we source talent and how we guide young adults through the education system. Hear from non-profits and community leaders on strategies for growing the tech talent we need.

Learn more!