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Come join London Scrum User Group for an experiential learning session with Martine Devos and Abid Quereshi !
The meetup will involve running short games, simulations and experiments that will demonstrate a systems dynamics
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Experiential Learning: Systems Thinking with Martine Devos and Abid Quereshi
Abid Quereshi has been helping companies realise business goals through software for nearly 20 years. His consulting experiences have taken him from Canada, to the U.S., the Caribbean, throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle East. He currently works as an Associate Director at SQS Group. As an active developer and as a Scrum Alliance Certified Enterprise Coach he helps galvanize Lean and Agile transformations at all levels of organisations.
Martine Devos is an Organizational Development Consultant and trainer, with over 30 years of managerial experience in both traditional and Agile environments. She is a passionate thought-leader of Agile methodologies, coaching over 25,000 people in the theories and practices behind Scrum, Extreme Programming, Lean Software Management and Kanban.