Agile Leadership for the Enterprise
While collaborative, open, innovative, and agile cultures are highly desired by CEOs and employees alike, they remain out of reach for most organizations. In fact, in the 2013 State of Agile survey, 52% of the responses said that the ability to change organizational cultures is the most significant barrier to further adoption of agile practices.
Join David Rubinstein, editor-in-chief of SD Times, and Pete Behrens, well-known leadership and organizational agility coach with Trail Ridge Consulting, for insights into how agile leadership competencies can drive culture change and agile success.
Collaboration that Scales
Connecting Teams and Programs Via Essential Conversations
In Part 1 of this webinar series, David Hussman, well-known agility coach, instructor, and practitioner, shares insights into the essentials you need to know to successfully expand the power of effective collaboration and the delivery of great software. In Part 2, Andy Powell, Product Evangelist, and Bob Vincent, Product Manager, demonstrate how VersionOne provides the most advanced end-to-end framework for enabling enterprise-wide collaboration and decision-making.
Accelerate Enterprise Agile Adoption with Scaled Agile Framework®
In Part 1 of this webinar series, Dean Leffingwell, software industry veteran and Lean Systems Society Fellow, shares an overview of Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). In Part 2, Andy Powell and Lee Cunningham demonstrate how VersionOne supports SAFe at the portfolio, program and team levels.
Achieving Business Agility at the Portfolio Level
In Part I of this webinar series, Mike Cottmeyer from LeadingAgile explains what agility means at the portfolio and program levels, and how it differs from traditional plan-driven approaches. In Part II, Andy Powell demonstrates how to implement enterprise agile using VersionOne.
Agile Teams at Scale: Beyond Scrum of Scrums
Agile methods depend on effective cross-functional teams. We’ve heard many Agile success stories...at the team level. But what happens when a product can’t be delivered by one team? What do you do when the "team" that’s needed to work on a particular product is 20 people? Or 20 teams?
Are You Working on the Right Stuff?
Find out how to take agility beyond the team and start using agile techniques at the strategic planning level. Learn what agile portfolio management really is, how it can help your organization and what you need to do to get started.
The Role of the Project Manager in Modern Agile Projects
This session starts with 10 critical project success factors and relates them to the overall value and purpose of a project manager.
Selling Agile to Management
This talk discusses how lean methods, coupled with agile teams are essential in achieving the goals of management: shorter time to market, schedule flexibility, predictability and visibility.
Is Managing Agile an Oxymoron?
This session will cover ideas for managers and for working with managers, both good and evil. It is time to stop arguing and start focusing on the real enemies: duplication and lack of integration.
Agile Release Planning by Example
This webinar is designed for all members of an agile team, including product owners and other stakeholders, who know how to plan from iteration to iteration but aren’t yet comfortable with how to do effective release planning.
Scaling Product Ownership
This webinar discusses the complexities of maintaining effective product ownership as agile expands throughout the enterprise and why organizations must support product ownership in order to be serious about agile.
The Hybrid PMO
How can PMOs bridge the gap between executive management weaned on plan-driven methods and predictability, and teams operating with agility in the face of uncertainty? How can they create a consistent reporting framework applicable to both agile and non-agile teams and communicate all-around progress effectively?
More Process is Not the Path to Scaling Agility
This webinar focuses on how outcome based thinking creates an approach that produces and promotes learning. Instead of focusing on any one process, this session teaches you how to use agile practices and lean thinking to determine the least amount of process that increases value and promotes learning.