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WEBINAR RECORDING – Launching Agile Release Trains: Why Start at the Program Level? …with Dean Leffingwell

Many organizations are tempted to begin their agile transformation with a series of low risk, stand-alone pilots. While these... 


Successful Collaboration requires Team Engagement

Each person on the project team is essential to a successful outcome. The level of engagement that each team member has... 


6 Agile Planning and Analysis Practices to Try

Recently I spoke at a Fortune 50 PMO gathering of all their PMs – where the CIO encouraged them to “try”... 


WEBINAR RECORDING – Becoming Agile for Project Managers

Learn how Project Managers using traditional Waterfall methods are becoming Agile… (click book to purchase) TOPICS... 


Successful Projects through Agile Project Management

Successful projects are found when project managers (PM) learn to * Lead a team and not just manage it * Enable the team... 


WEBINAR RECORDING – Running an Agile Release Planning Meeting, with Dean Leffingwell and Jennifer Fawcett

Release planning is the “pacemaker” of enterprise agility and the Agile Release Train (ART) which aligns the Agile program... 


Agile Simulation – The Daily Standup Meeting

What better way to learn how to do a great Daily Standup than watching it done right before your very eyes in just 10 mins! First... 


WEBINAR – Conflict: Don’t Avoid it — Manage it ! (8/7)

August 7, 2013 (8am PT / 11am ET) The ability to successfully resolve conflict is a key skill for business success and professional... 


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