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Interview with PST Ralph M. Jocham
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
- Ralph Jocham
Ralph M. Jocham, an internationally successful Scrum coach, speaks with Rebecca Vogel, CEO & Marketing Assistant at Bosshard & Partner, on the subject of Scrum.
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