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Lee Cunningham

About Lee Cunningham

Lee Cunningham is the senior director, enterprise agile strategy at VersionOne. Lee is focused on advising the executive sponsors and senior leaders of large enterprises, providing insight and practical guidance to meet the challenges of large-scale agile. Prior to joining VersionOne, Lee held numerous positions of leadership in software development and delivery. He grew the agile practices in several organizations, and led the agile transformation of a large multi-national enterprise. Lee has trained, coached, and mentored hundreds of teams in scores of organizations around the world. His experience, pragmatic approach, and customer focus keep him in demand as a trusted advisor.

Dude, Who Stole My Epic?

When you cracked the lid on the Spring 2015 release of VersionOne, you may have noticed that the Epic asset has gone missing. Well, the asset itself isn’t actually missing – but what exactly did happen to it, and why? … Continue reading

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Epics So Easy, My 15-Year-Old Did it in 30 Minutes

Who says agile project planning and tracking tools have to be difficult? My 15-year-old daughter, who knows nothing about VersionOne or agile speak, just did epics in 30 minutes. Continue reading

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Epics or Feature Groups?

When should you use an Epic versus a Feature Group (aka ‘Theme’)?” Either asset can be used for grouping information, so there’s a lot of flexibility in the application of each. In turn, we see a lot of creative uses of Epics and Feature Groups, but it can sometimes create a bit of confusion. Continue reading

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