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Transitioning to Agility
Many organizations are tempted to begin their agile transformation with a series of low risk, stand-alone pilots. While these pilots may prove that teams can adopt a new process, they don’t prove that enterprise teams can work together to drive out dependencies, gain alignment across stakeholders, provide program-wide transparency, and deliver end-to-end value.
Why is it that companies who go “all in” at the program level have a higher chance of success?
In this webinar, Dean Leffingwell himself will answer questions like the following:
- What are the business benefits companies have seen by launching agile programs (also known as Agile Release Trains)?
- How do you identify the value streams in an enterprise – the long-lived series of system definition, development and deployment process steps used to build and deploy systems?
- How do you identify your Agile Release Trains – the virtual organizations formed around these value streams?
- How do you prepare an organization for the first Agile Release Train launch?
- How do you execute using the one week Quickstart adoption model?
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- NEW RECORDING – Case Study into Leveraging Scaled Agile Framework™ in Mixed Waterfall and Agile Environments
- Creating a Kaizen Culture for a High Maturity Agile Organization
- 6 Agile Planning and Analysis Practices to Try
- NEW BOOK – The Scrum Field Guide “Practical Advice for Your First Year”
- CERTIFICATION: Lean-Agile Project Management
- Learn SCRUM in Under 10 Minutes (in HD)
- PMI-Agile Webinar – “Does Risk Mgt have a place in an Agile Lifecycle?”
- Differences between Waterfall, Iterative Waterfall, Scrum and Lean Software Development (In Pictures!)