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The Roadmap to Enterprise Business Agility

San Diego
Tue, Nov 8, 6:00 PM (PST)

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SD Atlassian Community is back in person!!!!

Tracy Walton, Director of Agile Services at Isos Technology will be presenting "The Roadmap to Enterprise Business Agility".

Join us to learn:

  • The Keys to Business Agility
  • The Isosceles Agility Triangle
  • The Technology Mechanism, The Practices Mechanism & The People Mechanism
  • Coaching: A Step Toward Self-Reliance
  • Popular Agile Tools Used with Jira

Food & Drink to be served

IMPORTANT: Please RSVP no later than Wednesday, November 2nd by 5 pm PST AND fill out your Covid vaccination status information here.  NO LATE RESERVATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED

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  • Tracy Walton

    Tracy Walton


    Tracy Walton is the Director of Agile Services at Isos Technology. She started her agile journey as a Product Manager for Jira, looking for a more efficient way to manage her backlog and provide transparency to her team and colleagues. Tracy brings a unique blend of skills to the table; she has a passion for leading teams, tool expertise, and 10 years of hands-on experience in agile software d…

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Tuesday, Nov 8
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PST)


Sony Interactive Entertainment
16535 Via Esprillo San Diego92127

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