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The User Journey of a Refugee: How we introduced an Agile Mindset to the Nonprofit Sector

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Stephanie Gasche tells how they went from a domain name to wireframes to a registered society and an up-and-running website within four months, serving an influx of 130,000 asylum seekers.

Bio

Stephanie Gasche has lived, studied and worked in Germany, France, California and the UK. She has spread and scaled the Agile mindset and methods such as Scrum, Kanban, Lean Start-Up, Design Thinking in multinational corporations and SMEs in the DACH region.

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Many thanks for attending Aginext 2019, it has been amazing! We are now processing all your feedback and preparing the 2020 edition of Aginext the 19/20 March 2020. We will have a new website in a few Month but for now we have made Blind Tickets available on Eventbrite, so you can book today for Aginext 2020.

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Jul 30, 2019

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