Category Archives: Agile Marketing

3 Tips to Engage Your Agile Software Community

At VersionOne, we’ve always been committed to connecting and energizing with our community of agile software development and project management professionals. Here are a few keys as you look to build community within your organization and beyond. 1. Let them run … Continue reading

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Open Space Connects Like-Minded Agile Development Professionals at AgilePalooza Portland

People interested in agile development gathered from all across the Northwest (Beaverton, Gresham, Hillsboro, King City) to attend AgilePalooza Portland last month. The attendees were eager to get started. An exceptional collection of agile development experts were poised to share … Continue reading

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The Top 4 Reasons You Need to Attend AgilePalooza

The people have spoken: “Open Space: Alan Shalloway helped lead discussion. Loved it!!” “Great discussion and interesting topics.  I will definitely be back.” “Loved having an open dialogue with people from different companies/experiences talking about the most popular topics — … Continue reading

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Product Managers: Ready, Set, Go! Who Can Write the Longest Requirements Document?

There are contests: The Super Bowl The World Cup The World’s Strongest Man And then there are other ‘smaller-scale’ contests: Fastest to chug a glass of milk At the workplace, contests run the gamut: from the noble: Let’s raise $10,000 … Continue reading

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Fishing for Answers…

Fishbowl discussion panels are a great alternative to traditional conference speaker panels. The key word is discussion – a discussion that happens strictly between the fishbowl panelists. There are six chairs set up in a slight arc, and one chair … Continue reading

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