Upcoming conferences — Agile Australia, Scrum Australia and Agile (Nashville) 2013

This is looking to be a big year for Zen Ex Machina on the conference front.
We’re hoping to return again to the USA to deliver presentations at Agile 2013 in Nashville where we presented using Scrum to manage large, health ICT programs and Scrum in BAU and on high-performing agile teams and agile approaches to optimising digital strategy. This time our presentations focus on usability testing, group-think and Scrum in BAU. If you’re hoping to catch us on the local agile scene, we’ve also submitted abstracts for Agile Australia and Scrum Australia this year.
Here’s a taste of what you can expect:
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Hope to catch you there!
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