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Team Dynamics - ATX Hack for Change Workshop
Thu, May 4, 2017, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM CDT
Are you planning on being a Project Champion at ATX Hack for Change 2017? Are you a hacker that wants some guidance on how hackathon teams work?
Come to our fourth and final workshop, Team Dynamics! We will discuss different creative problem solving styles to help your team meld during the hackathon. Get acquainted with strategies to foster a comfortable, collaborative work environment.
Team Dynamics are determined by a number of factors, one of which is our creative problem solving preferences. To ensure that the workshop is relevant and engaging for you, we’re inviting you to take our creative problem solving assessment!!! We’ll go over the results during the workshop! To take the assessment follow the instructions below.
1. Click on the following link https://www.basadurprofile.com/JoinTeam.aspx?KEY=LQXHDFRN.
Upon reaching the invitation page, click continue. You will then be asked to log in or create their own personal usernames and passwords and filling out the rest of the personal information where required. If you’re asked for a key or password, please enter: LQXHDFRN
This workshop is taught by the City of Austin in tandem with General Assembly, who have generously donated their time and knowledge to teaching this event. Come get prepped and socialize with your potential project partners at our final pre-hackathon workshop.
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Host: St. Edward's University
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