Executives and team members offer perspectives
Agile transformation is a journey. Planview has been on that journey doing mid-range aka PI Planning for more than a year. To help customers understand how far we’ve come, we conducted a series of video interviews with different people in the organization – executives, product owners, and team members – and asked them to share their experience.
Within Planview Marketing, we have three go-to-market teams. Each team has a GTM leader, one Scrum Master, two product marketing managers, two demand generation managers, a sales enablement expert, and a content strategist. Also included in PI Planning are executives, subject matter experts, representatives from product marketing as well as shared services.
This blog features a compilation of the interviews from participating PI Planning members.
We hope you find it informative as you navigate your Agile transformation journey and gather some tips from our experience.
The Journey: PI Planning at Planview
Cameron van Orman, Chief Marketing Officer shares Planview’s mid-range/PI Planning approach including who is involved and why, the length of each increment, the value and the benefits achieved through this newly adopted approach as well as what’s next for Planview. Watch this to get the scoop on what we are doing and how to get started.
The Executive’s Perspective: PI Planning at Planview
Cameron van Orman and Patrick Tickle, Chief Products Officer discuss why the business adopted a PI Planning approach to scale as well as the value they are seeing at an executive level.
The Benefits of PI Planning at Planview – Team Members Tell All
Listen to the Planview go-to-market team members share the benefits they have seen since implementing PI Planning at the company.
The Value of PI Planning at Planview – Team Members Tell All
Marketing go-to-market team members and executives talk about the business value PI Planning brings to Planview.
For a complete look at all the videos, check out the complete playlist on YouTube. We ask questions like:
- What are some of the considerations at the start of PI Planning?
- What is a Confidence Vote in PI Planning?
- What is your favorite part of PI Planning?
- What are Lessons Learned as you advance PI Planning?
- What are some of the lessons learned and unexpected outcomes of PI Planning?
- What is the Value You See with PI Planning?
We use enterprise software, like Planview AgilePlace, an Enterprise Kanban solution to conduct all our big room planning. As we approach our next Program Increment this week, we will be conducting it completely virtually – at home, leveraging Planview AgilePlace and Zoom. To get an idea about how to do this, I recommend reading the Essential Checklist: How to do Virtual PI Planning.
We know the challenges that come with an Agile transformation, we can help. To learn more about scaling Agile software solutions for the different stages and sizes of transformation visit our teams of teams page and learn how Planview can help you do it on your terms and timeline.