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  • Survival Guide to Going Agile

    This Guide provides tips for using Agile approaches to plan, manage, and deliver high-value work. You'll learn more about the differences between traditional project management and Agile, find the Agile role that's best for you, understand the dynamics of Agile teamwork, and get started on the transition to becoming an Agile practitioner.

  • Agile Business eBook Excerpt - Build the Right Thing

    Great companies build products that customers love. While this means they build valuable and useful features, it also means they don't build things that aren't valuable. Access this guide to understand how a unifying vision and customer-centric mindset avoids the wasted time, money, and demoralized morale that come with building the wrong thing.

  • Build Your Agile Business - The Sourcebook: Agile at the Program Level

    This resource provides guidance for groups of Agile teams to work successfully towards continuous value delivery at the Program Level. This guide contains content, agendas, and real-world advice from experts and peers on how to effectively organize around enterprise value streams, and align to a common mission.

  • Agile Business eBook Excerpt - Transform Your Organization

    Successful adoption of Agile - involving organizational and cultural change - will transform your organization into one that innovates, leads, adapts, and delivers. This excerpt guides you through an incremental and achievable approach to organizational change.

  • Agile Portfolio Management

    Access this interactive presentation to explore how strategic portfolio planning can help your business cultivate innovation, and learn why an agile approach to portfolio management can help you overcome the shortcomings of traditional methods.

  • Presentation Transcript: Rally Software Agile Webinar Series: Scaling Agile with SAFe

    Just because agile development was originally intended for small teams, doesn't mean you can't apply those same strategies to larger projects. In this comprehensive resource, discover how agile teams can work together to achieve common delivery objectives using the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe).

  • Rally Software Agile Webinar Series: Scaling Agile with SAFe

    Traditionally, most of the success seen from agile development practices is at the team level. However, a second wave of agile adoption is gaining strength, at the project and portfolio level. Watch this on-demand webcast to learn how, using the Scaled Agile Framework®, you can apply lean and agile practices on an enterprise scale.

  • Why Agile? Top Reasons to Adopt Agile Development Teams

    Check out this exclusive e-guide to hear from experts in the software development space as they explore the ways agile methods can help you get the most out of software development and overcome typical project challenges.

  • The Secrets to Long-Term PPM Success

    Effective project and portfolio management (PPM) is a critical component of project success ,so as you might imagine, there are a plethora of PPM application vendors. How do you know which is right for your organization? Turn to this exclusive expert e-guide and you'll find out.

  • Agile Portfolio Management: Getting Images Gains Visibility and Alignment with Kanban Portfolios

    Few organizations have succeeded in moving beyond static, up-front development timelines to the more dynamic process of working with agile teams. In this case study, discover how Getty Images managed to become one of the few agile champions after struggling with the transition to lean and agile development.

  • Case Study: Level 3 Communications - Going Agile at Scale

    You might think agile development is only for small organizations - but that isn't necessarily true. In this case study, discover how Level 3 was able to overcome the difficulties of a segmented office space and multiple development projects to successfully implement Agile throughout the entire organization.

  • Best Practices for Enterprise Agile

    In this expert e-guide, discover agile development best practices for projects on the enterprise level for development and application lifecycle management (ALM). Explore the challenges that arise and learn how to overcome these problems with the right tools and strategies.

  • Rally Software: Iteration Planning Guide

    Check out this brief guide to explore why iteration planning is important to agile development, who will play a role in the process, and what you need to begin. In addition, you'll discover five essential steps to planning, an iteration planning agenda, and much more!

  • Rally Software: Release Planning Guide

    Agile development might seem like a foreign language if you're new to the game - with a new set of roles and terminology, it's not surprising that you might be a little confused. In this quick, helpful guide, learn about one of the key concepts in agile methodology - release planning. Discover what it is, who does it, and why it's important.

  • A Whole Team Approach to Quality

    Explore this presentation to develop a new approach to quality. Agile projects help build software incrementally, using short iterations of 1-4 weeks to keep development aligned with business needs. Learn more about the benefits of agile development by reading this resource now.

  • Essential Guide: Project and Portfolio Management: Analyzing Business Project Needs

    View this informative resource to learn more about proper sequencing, marketing a software project and how you can keep everything under control with the right tools. It provides a step-by-step process on managing customer driven software development as well as other important steps.

  • 5 Levels of Agile Planning: From Enterprise Product Vision to Team Stand-up

    This paper assesses agile methods used in multi-team projects. Read more inside to explore evaluations of the requirements associated with scaling projects and applying basic agile principles to those requirements. Additionally, learn about the impact that an agile framework has on core lean principles muri, mura, and muda.

  • The Top 3 Cost-Cutting Mistakes CIOs Make And How to Avoid Them

    The current economic downturn has resulted in contraction of IT Department budgets and a mandate to allocate resources to only the most critical projects, then execute it flawlessly. In these tough times, it is imperative for CIOs to deliver more value as IT budgets fall.

  • Leaning IT : Applying the Principle of "Pull" to Scale Agile Teams

    Is your organization ready for this Agile "means to an end" or is Agile adoption inadvertently creating a classic "fix that fails?" Can Agile truly work at the Program level? This white paper is based on actual experiences of professionals who helped steer many of the largest Agile implementations done over the last five years.

  • Principles of Agile Architecture

    The benefits of Agile methods are becoming more obvious and compelling. While the most popular practices were developed and proven in small team environments, the interest and need for using Agile in the enterprise is growing rapidly...

  • Tactical Management of Agile Development: Achieving Competitive Advantage

    This white paper is an invaluable Agile development overview full of techniques, best practices and educational materials. Created specifically for people involved in Software Release Planning, Project Management, Defining Features, Req...

  • Mastering the Iteration : The Heartbeat of Agile Development

    This white paper is an excerpt from the book "Scaling Software Agility: Best Practices for Large Enterprises", and describes the iteration pattern and activities that a team engages in to create tested, value-delivered code in a short time box.

  • How BMC Is Scaling Agile Development

    This whitepaper describes how BMC Software's Infrastructure Management Group transformed their development organization using agile development practices management applications from Rally Software Development.

  • 5 Levels of Agile Planning: From Enterprise Product Vision to Team Stand-up

    Existing agile methods often focus on small, single-team projects, overlooking the broader impact of large programs. This paper outlines a distinct planning framework that has been successful in large-scale agile software development projects and relies..

  • A Project Manager's Survival Guide to Going Agile

    This paper focuses on re-defining the job of project manager to better fit the self-managed team environment, one of the core Agile principles. Special emphasis is placed on the shift to servant leadership, with its focus on facilitation and collaboration

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