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Our speaker for the April 13, 2016, Learning Consortium webinar will be John Hagel, cochairman of the Deloitte Center for the Edge. Some theorists talk about universal theories of disruption. Others tell one-off stories about the disruption of individual firms. What is more helpful, says Hagel, is understanding the patterns of disruption that will hit more than one market, but not all markets. Register today: http://bit.ly/1SijbQ1

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The second in our 2016 webinar series from the Learning Consortium, this presentation features Bill Fischer, professor of innovation management at IMD. Bill discussed what innovation involves, with particular reference to the experience of the Haier Group, which is in discussion to buy the appliance group of General Electric. View the webinar: http://bit.ly/20VBWLa

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In the second of our 2016 Scrum Fundamentals webinar series, leading Agile product management expert Roman Pichler discussed product ownership roles, desirable skills, collaboration, and options for scaling the role. View the recorded webinar, Q&A, and presentation today: http://bit.ly/216QLwz

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Member Article: Why #AGILE Projects Fail by @saratsun http://bit.ly/1YCitOA

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Looking for your next #Agile or #Scrum job? Looking to market your company to the community? Check out @agilecareers http://bit.ly/1L8PWx1

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Looking for your next #Agile or #Scrum job? Looking to market your company to the community? Check out @agilecareers http://bit.ly/1L8PWx1

Add energy to your daily #standup and pass a ball around the team! Try not to hit anyone.... #Scrum #Agile

How do you work on team building? One tip: Don't undermine team members in front of the group. #Scrum #Agile

Not everyone needs to talk during the Daily Stand Up! If you aren't taking tasks, do you need to talk? #Agile #Scrum

Big problems are often ignored because people perceive them to be too great to overcome. Get in front of them! #Scrum #Agile
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