Monthly Archives for November 2013

Agile Conference Proposal Submissions – tips to get them accepted

So it’s that time of year again. Call for papers is open for a few of the large conferences including the Scrum Gathering and Agile Alliance for 2014 conferences. Have you ever wondered how to get your submission accepted? It’s a great way to enhance your personal brand, build credibility, and work on your speaking skills. There are some simple tips that have helped me to get proposals accepted and I will share them in this post. Continue reading

21. November 2013 by Natalie Warnert
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LinkedIn and Google+ with Jake Calabrese

So this LinkedIn and Google+ post is long overdue, I know. I’m excited to say that I got to work with my good friend Jake Calabrese on it when I saw him a few weeks ago in Denver. Jake has been doing some interesting branding work as well with the launch of his new site www.vimstreet.com. He also had some great information to share, including this, which makes me feel better about this delayed post: “Above all – you should not be stressed about social media. If you are, you need to slow down or back off. You should be learning, sharing, helping, contributing at a pace that is comfortable. You CAN’T read every tweet or linked blog – it’s not possible. Read a few, share some things, move on to other items.” -J.C. Continue reading

07. November 2013 by Natalie Warnert
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