Lightning Talks: Your Chance to Share at Agile2022

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The Agile2022 Conference thrives on community involvement. Lightning talks provide a way for conference participants to get involved and tell their stories or share important learning.

The purpose of the Lightning Talk Track is to provide a lightweight, flexible opportunity for speakers to share valuable information with participants. Presentations are short with one of the following formats:

  • 3 minute Lightning Talk (no slides)
  • 5 minute Lightning Talk (slides)
  • 6 minute 40 second Pecha Kucha style presentation

The themes of lightning talks will follow the themes of the conference. e.g. People, Process, and Technology. Each session will contain approximately 10 presentations around one of these theme areas. This provides an opportunity for rapid and diverse learning on a variety of topics.

Propose a Lightning Talk

Submit your proposal for a Lightning Talk at Agile2022 and you could take the stage for a short talk during the conference.

It’s fast, exciting, and a great way to engage with fellow attendees!

The purpose of the Lightning Talks Track is to provide a lightweight, flexible opportunity for Agile2022 attendees to share valuable information with their fellow conference participants.

Presentations styles are Pecha Kucha (7 min) and Lightning Talks (3 or 5 min). The themes of lightning talks will follow the themes of the conference: People, Process (at Scale), and Technical.

Submit your ideas now

If you’re attending the conference, you can submit your Lightning Talk Proposal here by June 11th. We will fill the available slots with input from community voting. If there are open slots after the submissions close, we take last-minute proposals during the conference.

 


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