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Author Andrea Fryrear: Agile is Our Only Hope for Modern Marketing

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Doug Kirkpatrick on Morningstar, Self-Management and the Management Tax

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DBS Bank’s Agile Transformation to Make Banking Joyful

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Author Stephen Parry Says: Don’t Implement – Grow!

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Talent Advisor at IBM CIO Isabella Serg on Agile HR and “the War for Talent”

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Bill Joiner, Leadership Agility and Agile Companies Outperforming Competitors

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Bjarte Bogsnes’ Beyond Budgeting & Management Innovation

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Elina Razdobarina Helps Create Orgs that Don’t Suck

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Kicking off Inaugural Business Agility 2017 with Evan Leybourn

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Kupe Kupersmith on Business Analysis and Documentation in the Agile Organization

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Judith Mills: “Can You Hear Me Now?” If Not, Try Listening for a Start

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Case Study: Sococo VP Jack Crozier on Agile and Scrum in Sales

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Larry Maccherone on Tricks for Overcoming Cognitive Biases & Decisions as Forecasts

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Jared Richardson on the GROWS Methodology and its 3 Rs

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Roy Maines: Unlike Wine, Conflict Doesn’t Get Better With Age

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Kent Graziano on Petabytes and Performance – Agile Data Warehousing with Snowflake

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Michael Patrick Benning on Working with Creative Teams – Conflicts, Myths and New Perspectives

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Kupe Kupersmith: “Improv is Common Sense but not Common Practice”

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Tom Cooper’s “4 Levels of Thinking as a Geek Leader” at Southern Fried Agile 2016

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Peter Jessen: Features, Not Stories, are the Real Measure of Value