With the commencement of the fall season and the welcome change in weather, it’s time to curl up with your pumpkin spiced latte and tablet and catch up on the latest news in Agile. We’ve compiled a variety of newsworthy thought leadership content for your reading pleasure. Enjoy and happy reading!
This video features benefits organizations are experiencing when it comes to Agile transformation. Statistics include insights around operational performance, financial performance, time to market, and more. Enterprise Agile Planning and Agile Program management can help you transform your organization.
This article explores an in-depth survey conducted across more than 300 organizations on what factors contribute to success in Agile development. One of the most stressed aspects that led to success with Agile was cultivating a culture of experimentation within organizations. One of the surveyed executives stated, “We don’t have time to do it right, but we always make time to do it over.” This quote illustrates how embracing failure quickly is crucial to succeeding with Agile. Other factors that contributed to success with Agile development in the survey included funding based on business outcomes and customer-centric work processes.
This piece discusses how Agile is an optimal framework for organizations transitioning to remote teams during the pandemic. Since the pandemic has started, many organizations were forced to adapt to remote work and some organizations started experimenting with Agile. Over the last few months, many organizations have adopted Agile and are in need of methods to optimize performance while leveraging Agile. Some of the methods that improved performance included building trust within teams, maximizing virtual collaboration and replicating agile rituals.
This article is targeted at executives and managers overseeing and running Agile teams. Discover three ways that help with scaling Agile including facilitating cross-departmental communication, seeking common objectives across teams, and promoting continuous feedback for projects. These methods help organizations that are riddled with inefficiencies when they attempt Agile at scale.
This article provides a detailed and comprehensive overview of the future landscape of Agile in today’s evolving market. This piece goes into the logistics of how Agile is used in organizations instead of outlining the big picture. The author covers aspects of Agile like managing teams, hiring for teams, Agile cycles and the responsibilities of Agile team members. Additionally, the author provides several case studies to exhibit how organizations use Agile in the real world.
Featured on the SAI blog, this case study explores how Agile Program Management can be used as a template to align global teams on company objectives. Many organizations with global campuses struggle with aligning objectives and having teams in sync with one another. Agile program management helped Planview teams overcome several barriers that included time zones, cultural barriers and distributed teams. This ultimately led to better alignment across teams, faster time to market and better marketing campaigns.
The different content pieces above covered different aspects of Agile and how Agile is improving operations for organizations across many verticals. From specific responsibilities of Agile team members to managing Agile teams at scale. To learn more about Agile Program Management, check out the demo series: