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Kurt Wondra and Rachael Wilterdink Present Agile Trivia at IIBA

 
Date: May 19 5:30 PM - May 19 7:45 PM
Location: 270 E. Kilbourn Avenue Milwaukee WI 53202
Get ready for a different kind of “presentation” at the March 31st Southeast WI IIBA chapter meeting! Bring your peers and colleagues along for a gameshow-like experience aimed to increase your knowledge in Agile and the Scrum framework.
 
The core of the game will focus on concepts taught in the Agile manifesto and the Scrum Guide. More importantly, throughout the game Kurt Wondra and Rachael Wilterdink will take a few moments to discuss recommended best practices, threats to your success, and stories from years of past experiences.
 
We’ll learn from each other, collaborate together, and walk away with practical tips we can apply to our teams right away the next day. Looking forward to seeing you there!
 
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