The Italian Agile Days are the main Italian conference for people interested in Agile and Lean practices.
You can propose:
* 40′ Presentations
* 10′ Lightning talks
* 140′ Workshops
With regards to presentations we expect an open approach to innovation and the willingness to share experiences ‘from the trenches’ in a clear and simple way. The proposed topic can be for “new agilists” or “expert practitioners”.
Here are some topics that we would like to see this year:
* Agile Development (TDD, code, tools, live coding sessions)
* Business Agility
* Agile UX
* Lean Agile enterprise adoption
* Agile HR
* Agile Manufacturing
* Lean Innovation
* From the trenches
For lightning talks…well, there is space for your imagination!
In case you want to propose a workshop, remember to pay attention to the timing: you have only 140' to involve the participants in your challenge.
The Call for Sessions will remain open until August 31st and by September 24th, we will communicate to the people selected as speakers the acceptance of their proposal, and by October 3rd the program of will be officially online.
Send us your contribution, and invite others to contribute. We are always looking for new ideas.
Don’t be shy: never being on stage (IAD or elsewhere) is a challenge that we can and we want to tackle together. For this reason it will be possible to request a tutor who will help you to refine your talk.
For more information on the Call for Sessions and the selection process see this post or write to email@example.com.
Every year we look for more effective ways to involve participants and facilitate the exchange of ideas. This year we wanted to go back to the past by differentiating the types of participation.
Friday will be entirely dedicated to thematic workshops while Saturday, alongside the sessions and the lightning talks, will hosts also some interesting round tables.
Stay tuned on twitter (@agileday) and facebook (https://www.facebook.com/agileday).
Expenses for speakers will not be covered
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