Cambridge Agile Exchange - June - Unconference


Passion bounded by Responsibility. Join us for our first, extended 3 hour Cambridge Agile Exchange Unconference.

Dates Thursday, June 13, 2019 - Download as vCalendar
Event Times: 18:00 to 21:00
Venue Redgate Software, Newnham House, Cambridge Business Park, Cambridge CB4 0WS
Website Event website

Event details:

Based on the concept of OpenSpace Technology introduced by Harrison Owen in 1992, Unconferences allow attendees to set the agenda and host their own sessions in an environment of fierce creativity, engagement and collaboration. OpenSpace principles are:

- Whoever comes is the right people
- Whatever happens is the only thing that could have
- Whenever it starts is the right time
- When it is over, it is over
- The Law of 2 Feet (if you’re not learning or contributing, feel free to leave and join another session)

The agenda will be:

- Welcome and Unconference overview by your hosts
- Marketplace – submit your sessions across our 3 Unconference tracks
- Attendee-led sessions
- Wrap-up by your hosts

So we can all get an idea of the topics you’d like to cover, we’d like you to submit your session ideas to our Unconference Trello board here http://bit.ly/CAEunconference. Please tag your session with the type of session and expected duration. We’ll also have some capacity for sessions to be added during the Marketplace. All of our rooms will have a TV/Projector and whiteboards and guest Wi-Fi will be available.

Typical Unconference sessions are:

- Discussion
- Presentation
- Problem solving
- Workshop (interactive)
- Deliberate practice

Passion bounded by Responsibility

You are the right person - this event is for you. Bring your passion, your enthusiasm and your great ideas.
See you there

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