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Next Level Agile

Agile was first adopted at the team level: groups of 7 plus or minus 2 people embracing agile practices. But in reality, this is not how most enterprise software is delivered. Enterprise software depends on multiple teams working toward common objectives. Most enterprise companies are just beginning to harness agile at this level.

With this next level comes a new focus on agile adoption patterns and a back-to-basics approach. Companies adopting agile must come to grips with the reality that successful agile at scale requires hard organizational choices. Companies willing to go “all-in” are reaping immense rewards, including the ones who have been agile for many years.

You’ll leave this webinar knowing:

-How Agile at scale is different from team-level Agile
-Why focusing on strong Agile basics is key to scaling Agile
-Why connecting delivery to strategy is essential in realizing the promise of Agile
-Where you are in your Agile journey, and what to do next
-How to identify trouble spots and fix them
Recorded Sep 2 2015 58 mins
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  • Next Level Agile Recorded: Sep 2 2015 58 mins
    Ryan Polk, VP of Products, Rally
    Agile was first adopted at the team level: groups of 7 plus or minus 2 people embracing agile practices. But in reality, this is not how most enterprise software is delivered. Enterprise software depends on multiple teams working toward common objectives. Most enterprise companies are just beginning to harness agile at this level.

    With this next level comes a new focus on agile adoption patterns and a back-to-basics approach. Companies adopting agile must come to grips with the reality that successful agile at scale requires hard organizational choices. Companies willing to go “all-in” are reaping immense rewards, including the ones who have been agile for many years.

    You’ll leave this webinar knowing:

    -How Agile at scale is different from team-level Agile
    -Why focusing on strong Agile basics is key to scaling Agile
    -Why connecting delivery to strategy is essential in realizing the promise of Agile
    -Where you are in your Agile journey, and what to do next
    -How to identify trouble spots and fix them
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    - How to build things right: become a fast, predictable, high-quality delivery engine
    - How to coordinate work effectively and efficiently across all levels in the organization
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    Andy Carlson, Technical Account Manager & Shannah Van Winkle, Solutions Leader
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Rally delivers software and services that drive agility.
Organizations worldwide use Rally's solutions to navigate evolving market demands, improve performance, and accelerate the pace of innovation to deliver value faster. Rally’s enterprise-class SaaS platform transforms the way organizations manage the software development lifecycle by aligning software development with strategic business objectives, facilitating collaboration, and increasing transparency. By applying Agile and Lean approaches, Rally’s consulting and training services help companies innovate, lead, adapt, and deliver.

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