2010-09-28 Learn how to accomplish more with the Quadrants of Effectiveness Game

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Topic: Learn how to accomplish more with the Quadrants of effectiveness Game
Session Leader:  Gino Marckx, Agile+ Practice Lead, Thoughtcorp
Tuesday Sept 28, 2010
4:30 to 6:00 pm
The Accelerator Building
RSVP here

You know which agile practices will move your business forward. However, there’s no time to actually make it all happen. Whether you’re introducing agile practices, you’re a customer aching for new features, you’re trying to keep your clients happy or you just want to get some work done, The Eisenhower Method (from Covey’s “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”) is a simple yet powerful technique to become more effective and getting the right things done at the right time. Join us for the Quadrants of Effectiveness board game to learn and practice this method. Fun guaranteed!

Speaker Bio:
In 2002, Gino started working with some of Belgium’s most prominent Agile promoters. Very soon after that, he joined the Belgian XP/Agile User Group and became actively involved in promoting Agile techniques and practices, because he believes in their effectiveness. As a consultant he has shifted his practice to coaching individuals and organizations as they embrace Agile. Gino strongly relies on his passion for team dynamics, his experience in leadership positions, and his technical expertise. Gino is co-founder of the Toronto Agile Software Development Community, organizing many agile events in Toronto. He is also actively involved as a participant and speaker in a number of Agile user groups in Belgium and Canada. He likes to spend his spare time with family and friends enjoying cycling, travel, art, music, poetry and bragging about the supreme quality of Belgian beer. Gino currently leads the agile consulting practice at Thoughtcorp

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