My Quick DevLearn 2015 Summary

Last week I attended DevLearn 2015. I learned, I networked, I had fun, and came away stimulated and ready to tackle new challenges. This is my very short summary of the most important take-away I gleaned from the conference.

And don’t miss this video by Lisa Minogue-White. She recaps our conversation about the importance of facilitating or catalyzing knowledge transfer between experts in parallel disciplines in complex organizations.

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