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Executive Panel Discussion at MHA2015

Full recording of the MHA2015 Executive Panel Discussion at Mile High Agile 2015 in Denver, sponsored by agile42 and moderated by Brad Swanson

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21 May 2015
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agile42 has sponsored the Executive Panel Discussion at Mile High Agile 2015 on April 3 in Denver. Thanks to the organizers, the video of the panel is now available in its entirety.

The theme was Building and Sustaining a Lean-Agile Organization, the five panelists are: Brian Warden, IT Director at Nelnet, Rick Newman, VP of Engineering at ReadyTalk, Mark Curry, VP at Oppenheimer Funds, Eric Kihn, Director at NOAA - National Geophysical Data Center and Susan Courtney, Senior VP at Blue Cross Blue Shield Nebraska. The panel is moderated by Brad Swanson.

Building & Sustaining a Lean-Agile Organization: an Executive Panel Discussion at Mile High Agile 2015

"Building and Sustaining a Lean-Agile Organization" is the topic for the Executive Panel Discussion at Mile High Agile 2015, sponsored by agile42

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16 February 2015
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We are excited to announce that agile42 is sponsoring the Executive Panel Discussion at Mile High Agile 2015 on April 3 in Denver.  We have a world-class line-up of Executives who will speak about Building and Sustaining a Lean-Agile Organization. These executives represent a diverse set of large organizations who are well into their Lean & Agile journeys as organizations, and have hard-won lessons to share. Our panel members include:

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