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The bright mind of Neil Killick presents #noestimates!

To estimate or not to estimate?

Whether you have, or haven't, heard of the #noestimates hashtag, this session is guaranteed to provide fresh and new perspectives; on why and how we estimate...why we're so bad at it...all the frustration bad estimating causes...and when it might be better not to estimate at all. Zoinks!

The bright mind of Neil Killick, will be joining us via WebEx from Melbourne, Australia, to tell us all about #noestimates...and lead a rich group discussion on this ground-breaking topic.

You can find out more about Neil on Twitter (https://twitter.com/neil_killick) or at http://neilkillick.com/.

P.s. I'll get the pizza.

Cheers,

Simon



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  • Susan B.

    I found the discussion very interesting. Thank you!

    October 15, 2013

  • Simon C.

    Really enjoyed listening to Neil's passion.

    October 14, 2013

  • Andrea R.

    It was roughly about a 4, but don't hold me to that

    October 14, 2013

    • Simon C.

      What was "about a 4"?

      October 14, 2013

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