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Mike Cottmeyer
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Okay… I finally got off my duff and decided to submit a few talks for the Agile2012 conference this year in Dallas, TX.  Hopefully a few of these are good enough to make the cut so wish me luck.  I’d love if some of you guys would head over and give the talks some feedback.  There isn’t much time before the 2/15 deadline, but anything you might add would be really appreciated and I’d love to hear what you have to say… even if after 2/15 I won’t be able to update anything.

Patterns for Agile Adoption and Transformation
http://submit2012.agilealliance.org/node/15154

Understanding Agile Program and Portfolio Management
http://submit2012.agilealliance.org/node/15151

Introduction to Agile Project Management
http://submit2012.agilealliance.org/node/15150

I’ve got one more space to submit… everyone is allowed to submit up to 4 session proposals.  As it stands right now, I am thinking three might be enough.  That said, if you have any ideas, and want to comment here quickly… I might be talked into submitting one more.  I almost started one on the whole Product Owner/Product Owner Team thing… but as much as I talk about that in my practice, it wasn’t something I felt super-passionate about submitting on.

Let me know what you think… would love your feedback.  Thanks!

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LeadingAgile CEO and Founder, Mike Cottmeyer is passionate about solving the challenges associated with agile in larger, more complex enterprises. To that end, he and his team are dedicated to providing large-scale agile transformation services to help pragmatically, incrementally, and safely introduce Agile methods.

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  1. Stanimir
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    Hi Mike,

    Both proposals on “Agile Program and Portfolio” and “Agile Project Management” are very important. I do not have much to add to your session proposals.

    Just a request – please, hold them in when you come in Europe as well ;- )))

    Best regards,
    Stanimir

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