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Using ToC and JIT Practice to Coach Agile Teams

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

J B Rainsberger & Naresh Jain share their experience on coaching agile teams. They present:

  1. How to apply Theory of Constraint [ToC] to identify the bottlenecks or issues the teams are facing during their agile adoption?
  2. Once we identify the bottleneck, how we delivered knowledge and experience to the teams, just in time to apply that knowledge to eliminate the bottleneck, using the Just-In-Time practice concept?

This 90 mins workshop was presented at the Agile Mumbai 2010 and Agile Bengaluru 2010 conference.

Industrial Logic eLearning: Introducing Regional Pricing for Individuals

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

For many years now, our Agile eLearning albums have been offered at a flat, USD price, regardless of where you lived in the world.

That is about to change!

Our Agile eLearning albums are now available to individuals around the world at new, lower, regionally adjusted prices. globe

What Does This Mean To You?

It means that we have introduced a new Individual pricing model to complement our Corporate pricing model. The new model, based on Purchasing Power Parity (PPP), makes our Agile eLearning more affordable for individual purchasers.Individuals will still see USD album prices — however, they will be adjusted to reflect the purchasing power of your country’s currency.

As of April, 2010, if you live in India India, you can purchase an Individual License to our Code Smells album in Java for USD $126.00, rather than the Corporate price of USD $210.00.

Even if you live in a country where the PPP discount is modest, Individual Licenses will still receive a 15% discount:

As of April, 2010, if you live in the United State US, you can purchase an Individual License to our Code Smells album in Java for USD $179.00, rather than the Corporate price of USD $210.00.

Why Are We Doing This?

We’re devoted to helping people throughout the world acquire Agile skills at a reasonable price. We’ve helped large corporations, like Google, HP and Standard Life, realize this goal and now we’d like to make the same training affordable for individuals as well.To learn more about Agile eLearning, please visit our Greatest Hits Shop.

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