As of this morning (Feb 23, 2009), hundreds of potential presenters have submitted 922 possible sessions for Agile 2009. Each of those 922 sessions needs feedback to become the best it can be. Think of it as a massive multi-player perfection game (MMPPG). All of us need your help to make sure our sessions give you what you need when you (and/or your colleagues) show up next August in Chicago.
Commenting is not limited to the review teams. Anyone can comment. Just register on the site and give us your best, most helpful critiques of as many proposals as you can manage.
All of us session proposers have until March 3 to finalize our submissions. We want to know what you (as representative audience members) think.
I’ve collaborated on five session proposals for four different stages. Give them a look. Then look at some others as well, while you’re on a roll.
Esther Derby and I submitted Esther and Diana’s Excellent Retrospective Adventures – a perennial favorite, we hope.
Jim Shore and I proposed The Agile CTO – a follow-on from the research we presented at Agile 2008.
Sharon Buckmaster and I have collaborated on three proposals:
It Don’t Mean a Thing If You Ain’t Got That Swing: Shaping the Rhythms of Trust – an exploration of what influences critical trust on teams
Five Tools We Use: Coaching Leaders in Agile Organizations – tools and techniques that have worked well for us
The Elephant in the Room: Using Brain Science to Enhance Working Relationships – introducing the new ideas about your GQ, gender intelligence, and why it matters for software teams
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