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Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
Give teams a goal, they'll find their means
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45 conferences, in 15 countries. In just three years, Agile Tour has become the biggest event on Agile around the world. How did we coordinate 45 projects in parallel, through different time zones, …

45 conferences, in 15 countries. In just three years, Agile Tour has become the biggest event on Agile around the world. How did we coordinate 45 projects in parallel, through different time zones, without a single failure? What challenges did we encounter? Is our kind of organization applicable in a business world?
I’ll give you an insight into the Agile Tour, and we’ll answer those questions together.

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  1. Give them a goal, they’ll find their means How Agile tour is organized Jonathan Scher Agile Tour Pune 2010
  2. A Very Successful Process23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com Drawing : Emmanuel Chenu
  3. 23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  4. Business Analyst’s Email« Hello,I would like to thank you for your work. Our collaboration was beyond what I was expected, and the software meets exactly our client’s needs.Regards,Mr XX, Business analyst. »23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  5. Agilemanifesto.org23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  6. AGILE TOUR’S HISTORY23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  7. 2008’s Challenge Build from scratch23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  8. Difficulties Organizing A Conference For The 1st Time23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  9. Difficulties Organizing A Conference For The 1st Time• Establishing a schedule• Resolving legal issues• Build an IT system23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  10. Tree Golden Rules• Your conference must talk about Agile• At least 2 organizers from different companies• Free or low cost conference23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  11. Agile Tour 200823/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  12. Agile Tour 2008’s stats• 7 stops, in France• ~900 attendees• 3 board members23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  13. 2009’s Challenges Working as a team23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  14. 2009’s Challenges Going international23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  15. Agile Tour 200923/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  16. Agile Tour 2009’s stats• 18 stops, in 6 countries• 2390 attendees• Budget : 6.17 million INR total o From 32 000 to 1.17 millions INR o Agile France 2009 : 4.31 millions INR, 300 attendees• 7 board members23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  17. 2010’s Challenge Scaling23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  18. Agile Tour 201023/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  19. Agile Tour 2010’s stats• 45 stops, in 15 countries• ~5800 attendees ?• 10 board members23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  20. 2011’s Challenge Diversifying ?23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  21. KEYS TO SUCCESS23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  22. Begin Small23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  23. Low Coupling23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  24. Build on Trust23/10/2010 www.agiletour.com
  25. Give them a goal, they’ll find their means How Agile tour is organized Jonathan Scher Agile Tour Pune 2010

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