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October 28, 2009 – David Hussman, Simon Baker and Gus Power were recognized at the Agile 2009 conference with the Gordon Pask Award.
October 1, 2009 – Meeting in London, the newly-seated board has re-elected its previous year’s officers: Diana Larsen as Chair, Todd Little as Treasurer, and Tamara Sulaiman as Secretary.
September 25, 2009 – The Agile Alliance board will be meeting in London September 29-30. Members of the Alliance are invited to a reception Monday at 6 PM.
September 4, 2009 – Announcing the 2009-2010 Agile Alliance board.
August 11, 2009 – The Agile Alliance Board of Directors comprises eleven members. At the annual members meeting, we will elect six new board members to fill the vacancies left by existing board members stepping down or finishing their terms. We would like to introduce you to the candidates who are standing for election.
July 21, 2009 – The Gordon Pask Award recognizes two people whose recent contributions to Agile Practice make them, in the opinion of the award committee, people others in the field should emulate. In order to grow the next generation of Agile thought leaders, we give the award to people who have not yet become conference speaking regulars, in part because they have not yet developed a widespread reputation as a top practitioner. Who is Your Mentor? We need your help to identify the next two Gordon Pask Award winners.
July 7, 2009 – For these second edition of the Agile Tour, we would like to launch agility in the research world and we propose a scientific open-issue about agility viewed as new foundation of Software Engineering, Knowledge Management, and Learning Organization.The main goal of this conference is to communicate about agility in action in several domains. Contributions on software engineering or process methods are welcome, but not limited in theses fields.
May 5, 2009 – In order to better serve our members better Agile Alliance board figures we need to know more about them, and generally provide people with a smooth experience as members. We also want to help our members connect with each other and support each other (the fashionable term for which is now “social networking”).
February 28, 2009 – Laurent Bossavit and J. B. Rainsberger invite you to participate in the Gordon Pask Award program. We would like to improve the program in a number of ways, including collecting nominations throughout the year, researching candidates’ contributions to the agile community and giving everyone a greater chance to get to know past winners
February 11, 2009 – Largest conference on Agile software development expands facilities to accommodate the worldwide demand for Agile knowledge.