OnAgile 2016: Don’t miss Lisette Sutherland on October 20

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We are pleased to have Lisette Sutherland as a speaker on October 20 at OnAgile 2016, Agile Alliance’s second annual virtual conference. Lisette is the Director of Collaboration Superpowers, where she and her team collect stories, tips, and lessons learned for setting up effective distributed teams. She has been interviewing people and companies for the last three years about remote working and is currently finishing her first book, “Collaboration Superpowers: Stories of Remote Teams Doing Great Things”.

Do you struggle with remote teams or are you scared to allow your teams go remote? Maybe you worry about the loss of control with remote teams. In her session at OnAgile 2016, Lisette will answer questions such as “Why are we going remote?” and “What does it mean to be present?”. She looks at the many of the tools that help us make us feel in the “present” while being everything but. She will offer a wealth of great information she has acquired during her 3-year study, all centered around getting the best people working together regardless of location.

I definitely recommend listening to Lisette’s talk at OnAgile. As a leader of a software development team that uses Scrum, her content definitely hits home with me. I encourage you to join me on October 20 and learn the secrets behind remote teams.

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About the Author

A Certified Scrum Professional - CSP, PMI-ACP, CSD, CSM, CSPO, MCSE, with over 20 years of experience with Windows Networking and Software Development. Fred Mastropasqua has held roles such as Agile Coach & Trainer, Director of Application Development, Senior IT Manager, Scrum Master, Network Engineer, .NET Developer and Software Engineer. Making him a very well rounded IT individual. With understanding across the board of IT disciplines.

As a CSP (Certified Scrum Professional) from the Scrum Alliance and a PMI-ACP (Agile Certified Practitioner), Fred as co-founded Clearly Agile, Inc. Where he works with new clients on custom business applications for the cloud and mobile platforms. Fred also consults and works with new and existing development teams on various projects in successfully implementing the Scrum Framework as the SDLC. His specialized view of the Agile world revolves around external paying clients and delivering work on-time and on-budget.

This is an Agile Alliance community blog post. Opinions represented are personal and belong solely to the author. They do not represent opinion or policy of Agile Alliance.

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