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Agile Lean Europe Network

As an Agile enthusiast I'm always prepared to support and promote good Agile initiatives. A few weeks ago I got involved in Agile Lean Europe Network, which is a group on LinkedIn that aims to improve the collaboration between Agile fans in Europe. It was initiated by Jurgen Appelo who is trying to move the countries in Europe a little closer together. You can read more about his great idea on his blog.

First pan-European Agile gathering will be organised at XP2011 conference in Madrid. But, before the gathering each country should self-organize and prepare their statement of what they want from Europe. All agilists from Europe are invited to join local Agile communities in your country to prepare for the ALE gathering in Madrid. You can find more information about emerging local communities here.

In Slovenia we have already started a discussion about this topic on our local LinkedIn group Skram.si.

See you all at XP2011.

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That is true. As an author and business man, I can relate to how you said, "First pan-European Agile gathering will be organised at XP2011 conference in Madrid". I hope more people discover your blog because you really know what you're talking about. Can't wait to read more from you!

January 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDaniel Milstein

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