April 6, 2017

Scrum Gathering San Diego

Meet with agile42 coaches at the Global SCRUM GATHERING® San Diego on 10-12 April, 2017

The Scrum community will gather once again in San Diego for the Global Scrum Gathering organized by the Scrum Alliance. It will be a whirlwind of meetings and talks for three full days, 10-12 April, and I will be present at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina together with the other agile42 coaches.

SGCAL

Being in California, the theme for #SGCAL is Looking Back, Looking Forward — Surf the Tides of Change. Conference co-chairs Vic Bonacci and Kim Brainard can’t think of a better town than San Diego for a Scrum gathering devoted to looking back and looking forward. “San Diego is a coastal town,” says Bonacci. “You can be standing on the coast with all this history behind you and looking beyond at this endless sea with endless possibilities.”

This gathering looks back to the early days of Scrum in the 1990s, explores the ways it is being used now, and looks to the future as industries and individuals find creative ways to use it.

On Wednesday, April 12 at 1pm I will facilitate a workshop Avoiding the Dilbert Syndrome: What Does the Agile Manager Actually Do? in the Life’s a Wave: CATCH IT track (again, it's California!)

If you're in San Diego come and meet us, or follow us on Twitter using hashtag #SGCAL.

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Dave Sharrock

Agile coach passionate about getting things done; helping teams exceed expectations, delivering organizational excellence, and all while having fun doing what they do.
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Agile coach passionate about getting things done; helping teams exceed expectations, delivering organizational excellence, and all while having fun doing what they do.

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