Tech Talk: Doing Agile vs. Being Agile

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Tech in Motion Atlanta is partnering with Pivotal Labs on Wednesday, May 1st to host a panel discussion focusing on Doing Agile vs. Being Agile. The goal of our conversation is to build on the concept that agile isn't a noun but a way of behaving and orienting a team. Join us for an evening of in depth conversation, networking, food & drinks.

6:00 PM- 7:00 PM- Networking
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM - Panel Discussion
7:45 PM - 8:15 PM- Audience Q&A
8:15 PM- End of Event

Due to the partnership and nature of Pivotal Labs, there will be a required NDA to be completed to attend the event. You can access the NDA at check in of the event.


Ben Van Glabbeek ( ): Ben van Glabbeek loves to build things, solve complex problems and work with passionate people. As a kid, he focused on building massive LEGO models to escape the brutal summer heat of Oklahoma. That was replaced with writing software, building websites and learning as much as possible about computers. After years of working as an engineer, he shifted his focus to building high performing teams using the lessons of agility. His quest to improve teams has taken him on adventures in the Twin Cities of Minnesota to most recently the Atlanta metro. Currently, he’s having a blast modernizing the mindset at a large, distributed, complex organization called Fiserv.

Quincy Jordan ( ): Quincy Jordan is a seasoned consultant with over twenty years of consulting experience that has spanned Agile, Lean Start-up, Six Sigma, and Waterfall in domains from IT, Aviation, Finance to Real Estate. He has worked with some of the world’s top companies to transform their organizations into successful Agile eco-systems. There is a passion for seeing others excel in their discipline that drives Quincy to go over and beyond to bring out the gift in others. He has a knack for bringing unique insight to clients and drawing the intangibles that matter to the surface of very complex situations to derive simple solutions.

Will Madison ( ) Will Madison is a loving husband, father and 10 year Software industry veteran. Will has worked in Healthcare, Retail, Major Media, and Consulting in that time. He is an avid Gopher (Go(lang) programming language enthusiast) and self proclaimed Harry Potter nerd. Will is currently the Associate Director for Pivotal Labs, Atlanta.

Danny Preston ( : Danny Presten is an entrepreneurial self starter with over 20 years experience successfully delivering complex IT solutions in a variety of industries including web development, e-commerce, healthcare, non profit, supply chain, and legal. He currently owns his own business focused on improving end to end product delivery processes getting higher value in shorter cycle times for his clients.