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July 19, 2010 – A committee of the Agile Alliance board has reviewed the current bylaws and has proposed changes to update them. Most changes acknowledge past inaccuracies or incorporate newer aspects of the Alliance’s function.
July 19, 2010 – The Agile Alliance Board Nominations Committee has submitted a list of proposed candidates and candidate statements. These nominees will appear on the upcoming email ballot which will be sent to all Agile Alliance members.
July 7, 2010 – The Agile Alliance has been named to the 2010 SD Times 100 list of influential organizations. Recognized in the Agile and Collaboration category the Agile Alliance was selected for its ability to set the agenda and advance the state of the art of software development.
April 6, 2010 – A Position Statement from the Agile Alliance Board on Agile Certification
October 28, 2009 – David Hussman, Simon Baker and Gus Power were recognized at the Agile 2009 conference with the Gordon Pask Award.
October 1, 2009 – Meeting in London, the newly-seated board has re-elected its previous year’s officers: Diana Larsen as Chair, Todd Little as Treasurer, and Tamara Sulaiman as Secretary.
September 25, 2009 – The Agile Alliance board will be meeting in London September 29-30. Members of the Alliance are invited to a reception Monday at 6 PM.
September 4, 2009 – Announcing the 2009-2010 Agile Alliance board.
August 11, 2009 – The Agile Alliance Board of Directors comprises eleven members. At the annual members meeting, we will elect six new board members to fill the vacancies left by existing board members stepping down or finishing their terms. We would like to introduce you to the candidates who are standing for election.
July 21, 2009 – The Gordon Pask Award recognizes two people whose recent contributions to Agile Practice make them, in the opinion of the award committee, people others in the field should emulate. In order to grow the next generation of Agile thought leaders, we give the award to people who have not yet become conference speaking regulars, in part because they have not yet developed a widespread reputation as a top practitioner. Who is Your Mentor? We need your help to identify the next two Gordon Pask Award winners.