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The Omaha Social
Join us for sushi happy hour! Let's try out another place for sushi. I'm not sure what is on happy hour but the website says it is until 6:30. If someone finds the happy hour menu feel free to post it :)
Omaha Agile Development
Speaker: Sally Elatta of Agile Transformation Many organizations have successfully moved beyond the 'piloting' stage for Agile adoption. Some have even successfully 'scaled' Agile to larger projects and programs but they are still struggling with constant resource shifting, constant changing priorities, work that is still 'pushed' to the teams instead of pulled and facing the realities of limited subject matter experts that are spread too thin. The goal of this engaging session will be to dig deeper into the Enterprise Stable Teams model and how it can address these issues and be applied beyond just the technology areas as a true Enterprise Business Model. We'll learn from each other and share real world success stories and challenges faced when moving this way. Come ready to engage and bring the right organization leaders with you! There is limited seating so please RSVP early. See Parking Instructions Below 5:30 - 6 PM Networking / Food 6-6:15 PM Annoucements 6:15 - 8 PM Speaker / Closing / Door Prizes Like Homework? Watch the 'Re-Thinking Portfolio and Capacity Planning' webinar here before attending: <a>http://bit.ly/1kBHYzW </a> Parking instructions: Our meeting is in the main Mutual of Omaha Dome building on 34th and Dodge. Please park in the Visitor Parking lot which is along Dodge, between 34th and 35th streets. It's best to not park in any of the Midtown Crossing parking ramps. If you do use these ramps, and you stay longer than 3 hours for some reason, you will need to pay for parking. Also please remember to have your driver's license with you for identification when entering the main building.
Travel and Culture Group in Omaha
This months coffee meetup is happening March 11th to avoid Mardi Gras/Fat Tuesday. Central America won the vote! Which means that the March coffee meetup will be focusing on Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama, and Nicaragua. In addition, we're going to do things a bit differently. Around 7pm there will be a couple people who have traveled or lived in Central America stand up to give a general presentation to the Travel & Culture Group with travel tips & advice. Afterwards will be a Q&A so people can ask any questions they have that weren't covered. Also keep an eye out for printed materials that have basic travel information on each country (currency, visa requirements, cities & destinations in the country, etc) as well as an in-depth packing list, highlights and attractions around Central America, and tons of other info. Unfortunately there will be only one copy of each, so bring a pen & paper if you’d like to write down any info. The venue that’s hosting our Travel & Culture coffee meetup; Howlin Hounds Coffee Shop! Everyone loved the venue and it's great to have our meetup in a venue that has so much art, books, and space. The owner Greg has been a great support for the Travel & Culture group and it's always wonderful to support small Omaha businesses. March 4th at 6pm, Howlin Hounds coffee shop. See you there!