Scale Agile Faster, Easier, Smarter
with Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) and VersionOne
Are you looking for ways to scale agile faster, easier, and smarter? Are you considering the different scaling methodologies, including SAFe?
Watch this free, two-part webinar series for insights on successfully implementing SAFe, a proven, publicly available framework for applying lean and agile practices at enterprise scale. With VersionOne's extensive support of SAFe, including SAFe 3.0, it's the perfect combination for success. Plus, you can earn 1 PDU credit per session!
Creator of Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
Director and Chief Methodologist
Scaled Agile, Inc.
Director of Enterprise Agile
SAFe Program Consultant, CSM, PMP, PMI-ACP
and Product Consultant
SAFe Program Consultant,
AgileLIVE Webinar Recordings
CA PPM and VersionOne
Portfolio Strategy + Agile Execution:
Coordinating, Not Competing
Are your agile and traditional project teams executing under one unified portfolio strategy or are you trying to manage tactical projects competing for corporate funding? James Chan, director, technical presales, CA Technologies, and Brian Irwin, agile consultant, at VersionOne, share insights on using integrated solutions to get full portfolio visibility, top-down strategic alignment, and human resource management with agile execution.
Getting to Done - The Power of Scrum
Dr. Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator of Scrum and author of Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time, shares proven and often quite simple ways to move teams from mediocre to great. You'll learn how to quickly identify the reasons why teams aren't getting to done, so you can eliminate them one by one.
The Challenges and Rewards of DevOps
Is your organization looking for ways to reduce time from idea to delivery? In Part 1, Damon Poole, chief agilist for Eliassen Group’s Agile Practice, and Steve Ropa, an agile coach with VersionOne share insights which you can apply immediately. In Part 2 Ian Culling, CTO, and Andy Powell, VP, Customer Experience, at VersionOne, discuss how an agile ALM platform can accelerate DevOps benefits.
Continuous Product Learning:
Story Maps, Customer Journeys and Tools for Validated Learning
How sure are you that you are "building the right thing?" In Part 1, David Hussman, agility coach, instructor and owner of DevJam, and Lowell Lindstrom, VersionOne vice president, services, share concrete continuous product learning tools and techniques which you can apply immediately! In Part 2, Bob Vincent, VersionOne product manager, and Andy Powell, VersionOne product evangelist, discuss how the VersionOne agile application lifecycle management (agile ALM) platform supports continuous product learning – from ideation to delivery.
Measuring the Success of Your Agile Transformation
The key to a successful agile journey is to identify concrete, measurable goals. In Part 1, Brad Swanson, VP and Senior Agile Coach, agile42, and Aaron Smith, Editorial Director for ProjectsAtWork share pro tips for using agile metrics to measure the success of your transformation. In Part 2, Jerry Odenwelder, product manager, and Andy Powell, product evangelist, discuss how the VersionOne agile application lifecycle management (agile ALM) platform, provides the visibility needed to measure agile transformation success.
Agile Success = Team Success: Tuning the Agile Team Engine
People are what make the impossible possible and agile teams, like race car engines, require regular maintenance and tuning to keep them humming along. In Part 1, Aaron Smith, editorial director of ProjectsAtWork, and Tom Wessel, consulting managing director at Davisbase, discuss the techniques and tools to help build, fine-tune and maintain successful agile teams. In Part 2, Bob Vincent, product manager, and Andy Powell, product evangelist, at VersionOne share an "Agile Coaches Guide to VersionOne".
Adding UX Value to Agile Development: Creating Applications Customers Love
Jeffrey Hammond from Forrester Research explores how world-class user experience design practices can be integrated into agile development, ultimately helping you create game-changing customer experiences. In addition, experts from TandemSeven and VersionOne demonstrate how their tools—UX360 and VersionOne—integrate seamlessly to bridge the gap between UX design and agile development.
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.
Scaling Agile to the Program & Portfolio Levels
In Part 1 of this webinar series, David Rubinstein, editor-in-chief for SD Times, along with Dave Gunther and Mike McLaughlin, both agile coaches with VersionOne, explore the five key questions you need to consider when scaling agile to the program and portfolio levels. In Part 2, Andy Powell, product evangelist for VersionOne, discusses how an agile application lifecycle management (agile ALM) platform can help you scale enterprise agility faster, easier and smarter.
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.
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.
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 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.