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The Heart of Agile Is in Your Local Primary School
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| by Richard Weissel Follow 0 Followers on Oct 18, 2016 |

Richard Weissel advises Agile organizations to spend some time understanding what it is that makes the classroom environment a classic example of collaborative working based on trust and respect.

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Richard Weissel is currently a Senior Developer at REA group, where his role has evolved to architecture, mentoring and coaching within a distributed Agile team. After 20 years in IT, he took on a masters of primary teaching, followed by 12 months teaching grade 2 in Melbourne. This was followed by 18 months volunteering in Cambodia, building a Blood Bank Management System (2013-2015).

Bringing together technology leaders from across Australia, the Agile Australia 2016 audience is a mixture of project and team leaders, coaches, software developers, testers, business analysts and the executive managers from the biggest enterprises to the youngest startups.

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