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Agile 101 – Presented at the PM Symposium

Derek Huether
Reading: Agile 101 – Presented at the PM Symposium

I want to thank everyone for coming out to the PMI Washington D.C. Project Management Symposium. It was a great crowd. The ballroom was full and I was told there were over 400 people in the room for my talk. As promised, here is the SlideShare of my presentation.  At the end, you have the ability to download it.

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  1. Ryuzee
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    Excellent presentation! Thank you for your sharing.

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    • Derek Huether
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      Ryuzee, I’m glad you like it. It certainly has been well received, especially in traditional project management circles.

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