Enterprise AgileWhether your agile initiatives started from the bottom up or the top down or somewhere in the middle, there are many things to consider when transitioning your entire organization into an agile organization. Enterprise agility affects every department from personnel to process to platform considerations and we’ve gathered the resources to help you understand the implications and put together a plan to get you started.
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Enterprise agile is the holistic application of agile principles across complex software organizations that have interrelated systems.
This paper explains how enterprise agile can be used to ensure value flow through teams at the project, program and portfolio levels to consistently deliver high-value, high-quality software within given business constraints.
Agile processes such as Scrum and Kanban have changed the way PMOs carry out their responsibilities. What impact do agile processes have on each area of the PMO -- Project Management, Program Management and Portfolio Management? Why are more PMOs bringing the perspective of Portfolio Management down to the project level, and why should you care?
There’s much more to being agile than just doing work in two-week chunks and working in the same room. Agile development requires a change in the actual methods of how developers work. The transition itself is not easy at first, but highly rewarding.
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Read this white paper to gain insight into how the role of an executive changes to "servant leader", and what this really means, when working with teams that are "agile". The paper contrasts the "agile" executive’s role vs. their role in a traditional "command and control" environment.