Category Archives: Scaling Agile

Frameworks for large agile projects?

Things are getting more and more interesting with the use of agile in larger and larger projects. We now have a number of frameworks that we can use, such as LeSS, Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®), DAD and Scrum at Scale. … Continue reading

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Measuring What Counts: Introducing the Better, Faster, Cheaper, Happier Measurement Framework

At Ivar Jacobson International (IJI) we have been involved in many agile adoptions ranging in size from single teams to entire IT development organizations. The single biggest problem we see is organizations not understanding why they are changing the way … Continue reading

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7 Tips We Learned About SAFe from Dean Leffingwell

SAFe is a marathon, not a sprint, and it can sometimes be fairly challenging, so who better to provide some tips than Dean Leffingwell, the creator of the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®). Here are seven tips I learned from the recent AgileLIVE … Continue reading

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Improving Agile Portfolio Management Coordination

                Simply producing status reports in an enterprise with hundreds of software development teams isn’t enough to ensure that your products will be delivered on time. You have to ensure that the plans, … Continue reading

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10 Benefits of Agile You Definitely Don’t Want to Miss Out On

Are you sure you’re receiving the most benefits of agile possible? Do you know the top ten benefits of agile? Read this article to learn what nearly 4,000 of your agile peers said were the benefits of agile that their … Continue reading

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Sutherland Answers Top Questions from AgileLIVE “Power of Scrum” Webinar

Guest post from Jeff Sutherland, co-creator of Scrum and CEO of Scrum Inc. In case you missed it, earlier this month VersionOne broke record attendance (5,000 registrants) for our AgileLIVE webinar series. Jeff Sutherland keynoted the event with a focus … Continue reading

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Agile Teams Should Sprint, But in the Same Direction as Enterprise PPM Strategy

  Guest post by James Chan, director, technical presales at CA Technologies I think we can all agree that agile techniques have made their way into large enterprises. As agile adoption crosses the threshold into large enterprises, agile teams sometimes … Continue reading

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Enforced Workflow is inherently NOT Agile

One of the ironies of being a technologist in the Agile world is that while we love our tools and toys, we also know that some things should be done by hand.  One of my jobs as a consultant at … Continue reading

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The Three People Who Need to ‘Just Say No’

Guest post by Scott Dunn, Rocket Nine Solutions “We have too many things going on!” I hear this often from developers, product owners, even management. The problem is that we might be enabling this problem unknowingly (that does not, by the … Continue reading

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What is the Prerequisite of Success When Scaling Agility?

Guest post by Timofey Yevgrashyn, Ciklum Today more and more enterprises are looking into agile approaches as the answer to their needs. It doesn’t matter if a big company starts scaling agile with or without acting Scrum teams. What matters is … Continue reading

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