The "Flash a Friend" Contest: A Covert Agile Give-Away!

If you're reading this blog, you're probably a believer that a good agile process can make a difference. And maybe you've recognized someone on your team, on another team, or even in a different company that you think would benefit from a little covert mentoring.

We'd like to help! We believe getting these cards in the hands of the right people can make a real difference. We're willing to put that belief in action.

Here's how it works:
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  • Email us at AgileInAFlash@mail.com, recommending one person who you think should receive a free deck. You don't have to name names, you can say "my boss," "our architect," "my dog," "my cousin," etc. You can even name yourself!
  • Tell us in one short, pithy line why you think that this person/team would benefit from Agile in a Flash. 
  • We'll read the comments and pick our favorites.
  • If your entry is selected, we will contact you and get the particulars (names, addresses).
  • The person you recommended gets a deck of Agile in a Flash from us. No note, no card, no explanation.  
  • To thank you for being so helpful, we send a second deck to you!
  • We'll put the winning comments on a soon-to-be-pubished Agile in a Flash blog entry. (You can choose to be attributed or anonymous.)
Deadline for entries: Friday June 15, 1200 MDT

5 comments:

  1. We've received a number of entries and have selected winners. We're notifying the winners now and will put together a blog post for a few weeks out.

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  2. Certifications will definitely increase the salary significantly. For project management professionals, I would suggest them to attend any genuine agile scrum certification courses (eg. Scrum Master Certification). If not anything, at least it will give a boost to your career and salary.

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  3. To stop making avoidable mistakes in project management one can also try attending good PMP classes conducted by any of the PMI registered REP's for gainig expertise best processes of project management. Any good PMP prep course will provide students with lots of actionable insights in project management along with preparing them for PMP certification.

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