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Looking to take training on Jira. Does anyone have suggestions for good local or online training classes? Thanks!
Anyone using Azure DevOps to manage Agile Scrum process for a consulting practice? I'd love to pick your brain about how you organize your boards.
Hello Everyone, I have a friend that works with an agency, Nexient (https://www.nexient.com/) that is looking to fill a FT role for a healthcare client in Nashville. Ideally they want the candidate to be located in Nashville area, but are open to remote as long as candidate is good with travel. Let me know if there are any interested parties and I will pass the information on. Thanks!
Who is hosting the Feb 6 event with Uncle Bob? I jotted down Nashville Software Crafters but didn’t find a meetup group by that name.
Seeking a Scrum Master/Agile Delivery Manager opportunity in Nashville area. Please let me know if you or any of your contacts are hiring . Thanks !firstname.lastname@example.org
PlanStreet offers user-friendly online Project Management software that support Agile Project Management with visual Kanban boards. It would replace your legacy agile tool with intuitive and easier to scale software which supports scrum@scale and SAFE. Let me know if you are interested to know more. (E): email@example.com
I know a junior Scrum Master who is looking to make the move from non-profit program management into Agile project management. The bulk of their experience is leading programs/teams in non-profit efforts, but they have been working on becoming more familiar with the tech industry. They have their CSM and I personally have mentored this person. They have a very quick and practical mind and if they can just find the right position, I know they will be a great Scrum Master one day. Anyone interested in knowing more and getting an introduction, please message me.
Game question: hello Agile community. We are engaged in an exercise with stakeholders to document requirements for a procurement to replace a rather large system. Many of our stakeholders are stuck in the "how we do it today" mode and struggle to answer what they NEED to do, versus what they do now. Is anyone familiar with any games or techniques to help overcome this situational bias?
Interested in Agile Marketing & would love to connect with marketing-minded Agilists in Nashville to share and learn together. Any interest?