I spoke at AgileOntario meetup on March 11th alongside Ardita Karaj. The topic was “Building Communities”.
This was a special event for the TAC community. It was its 3rd birthday, and on its birthday what a better topic than building a community.
Ardita talked about how the AgileOntario meetup shaped up, who was its original founders and how it evolved. Its success stories and its challenges alongside changing its direction.
I have talked about organizational communities and how to build a community within an organization, what is needed, what support structure should be there and even different structures of communities.
In the second half of the session, we facilitated an open conversation with the audience, discussed different experiences of each one being part of a community, building a community and benefits of it. At some point, we as a group was trying to mob-coach one person and help him build a community and overcome his challenges.
#Celebrating 3 year of #agileontario talking about #community building with @sheidaei and group of passionate people. #achievement #happy pic.twitter.com/lVGbyBcJ8u
— Canbanian (@Ardita_K) March 11, 2017
Here is a talk by the author of the book that I brought with me today to #agileontario https://t.co/jmWpuiZRYw
— Alistair McKinnell (@amckinnell) March 11, 2017
#AgileOntario 3 years & counting! Celebrating it with the #community & talking about it with @Ardita_K #honoured pic.twitter.com/O5a7A1ckfb
— Shahin Sheidaei (@sheidaei) March 11, 2017
— Jeff Morgan (@chzy) March 11, 2017