- Agile New England noticed the same problem. They used to hold a monthly meeting with an interesting speaker and topic. Now they hold a monthly meeting in twoMessage 1 of 3 , Jun 21, 2011View SourceAgile New England noticed the same problem. They used to hold a monthly meeting with an interesting speaker and topic. Now they hold a monthly meeting in two parts: a half hour of Agile 101, followed by an interesting speaker and topic. Check out http://www.agilenewengland.org/ for ideas.--Richard Kasperowski
On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 07:38, craig brown <craig.brown@...> wrote:
I am involved in two meet-ups in Melbourne (Scrum and Agile BAs) the purpose of which is to promote and share knowledge and experience and to help people on their road to work-life happiness.
The challenges I am feeling are that two very different groups come along. The newbies come along looking for fairly structured 101 type stuff. The old hands come along looking for a discussion on more advanced topics, and ways to stretch themselves.
I want to see that both groups find value in the experience.
Does anyone have similar experiences? What worked for you and what didn't?