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The Agile Pubcast from SGMUN with Andrea Tomasini

Andrea Tomasini was a guest episode 13 of the Agile Pubcast podcast to discuss the coaching clinic at Global Scrum Gathering in Munich

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10 May 2017
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Coaching, Events
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podcast, sgmun

A few months ago, on the way back from the Global Scrum Gathering in Munich, agile42 CEO Marion Eickmann and senior coach Andrea Tomasini have been guests of Geoff Watts for a special episode of The Agile Pubcast, a great podcast he co-hosts with Paul Goddard.

In the pubcast usually Geoff and Paul share their musings over an informal drink, but for this segment the conversation happened in a taxi so it was more of a… taxicast. The main topic discussed was the coaching clinic that Andrea coordinated at the gathering, and general views about what it means to be an Agile coach. The recording is not new but the topics are as fresh as ever!

Other guests of Episode 13 - Global Scrum Gathering, Munich, Germany (Part 2) were gathering veteran Nigel Baker and the conference co-chair Sohrab Salimi, while the segment with Andrea starts at the 13:55 mark.

The podcast can be listened to and downloaded on SoundCloud, or directly here.

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