Agile Charm 2020 – Share your magic!

Agile Charm, Baltimore's Best Event

Agile Charm was kicked off on February 13, and as you can see by the photos, it was an amazing event. Hopefully this was the start of a wonderful annual Agile event where everyone can share in downtown Baltimore. Lot’s of wonderful speakers, some fun games, great networking and a chance to learn from others.

Darren Hoevel was the best dressed in an awesome blazer. I purchased George Dinwidie‘s new book, “Software Estimation without Guessing“. Also played and purchased the Tabi Game from April Jefferson and Brielle Maxwell.

AGILE CHARM VISION

To build and grow an agile community in charm city where we can share stories and learn from each other.

VALUES

  • Curiosity
  • Connection
  • Conversation
  • Gratitude
  • Community

The Speakers were Great

What Who Theme
Opening Remarks Salah Elleithy Community
Thinking Together For Change – The Call For Dialogic Agile Leadership Marsha Acker Agile Leadership
You Can’t Always Get What You Want George Dinwidie

Lightning Talk

Your Agile Leadership Journey: Leading People, Managing Paradoxes

Paul Boos and Nicole Spence-Goon

Agile Leadership
Unifying Teams, Shifting Mindsets and Delighting Users Through a Marriage of UCD + Agile

Toby Rao and Tanya Netayavichitr

Lightning Talk

Journey to Unlock Human Potential

April Jefferson and Brielle Maxwell

Agile Games for Learning
Using IMPROV Techniques to Plow through Roadblocks Dan Brown Lightning Talk (Agile Games for Learning)
Agile UX : the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Kath Straub and Dorothy Cummings

Lean UX / Product Management
The World Needs Brave Leaders Darren Hoevel Lightning Talk (Agile Leadership)
Applying Agile and DevOps Principles to Significant Cyber-Physical Systems

Dr. Suzette Johnson

DevOps
An Agile Transformation at USCIS Josh Seckel Agile Leadership
Closing Remarks Salah Elleithy Learning Mindset

 

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