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How to Get the Most Out of Agile 2018 w/ Rachel Howard and Tim Zack

Dave Prior
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Agile 2018 is almost here! Whether you’re attending for the very first time, or you’re a seasoned veteran, getting the most out of this Agile experience…all comes down to how you show up.

In this episode of SoundNotes, Dave has recruited Rachel Howard and Tim Zack—our Chief Cultural Officer and Chief Marketing Officer, respectively. Together, these three will help you prepare for—and maximize your time in—San Diego. Whether you’re coming to find a new gig, learn new techniques you can bring back to work, or you just want to network. There are tips in this podcast that can help.

And just in case you aren’t able to attend the conference, keep an eye on LeadingAgile’s Facebook Page and our YouTube feed. We’ll be streaming and posting interviews with speakers and thought leaders all week long at Agile 2018.

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Dave Prior has been leading technology projects and teaching individuals and teams how to manage their work for over 20 years.

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