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Agile Contracts

Scrum.org

The Agile Manifesto contains a warning about contracts: “Customer collaboration over contract negotiation” - The Agile Manifesto For Agile Software Development When developing products, contracts can limit change in a way that reduces the product’s value. See our full range of Ultimate Scrum & Agile eLearning courses.

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Agile Teams: Roles & Structures That Work

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Agile methods need Agile teams — teams that think differently and work in ways that support responsive delivery. An agile mindset, and a set of shared values, principles, and often Agile tools, help Agile teams succeed. So why are agile teams different to other types of ‘classic’ project team?

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Agile Project Management for Marketing

Rebel’s Guide to PM

This is a guest contribution from Monica Georgieff, Agile Coach and Trainer at AgileSherpas. Brought on by the struggle to respond and adapt to these times of VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, ambiguity), marketers have increasingly begun to embrace an Agile approach to their project management. Monica Georgieff.

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Understanding Agile

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Learning to successfully manage agile projects requires you to first familiarize yourself with the concept of Agile. What is the agile methodology? The agile movement first began in the 1970s when it was introduced by a doctor named Winston Royce. Read next: 5 Agile team structures that work. #2: 3: Feedback.

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Agility In Digital Marketing Is Table Stakes For Success

Speaker: Megan Sangha and Amit Pande, Wrike Team

As marketers are consistently pressured to face more unknowns and do more with less, many marketing leaders are sharpening their focus on agility and asking some tough but critical questions: Are we as agile as we should be? Do we have the right tools to be agile, pivot as needed, and maximize success?

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Uncovering the Role of Risk Owners in Agile Projects

Project Risk Coach

It's a simple question, "Who owns the risks in agile projects?" In this article, let's uncover the role of risk owners and how to perform risk management in agile projects. Agile projects require collaboration between stakeholders, and risk ownership helps ensure that tasks are properly delegated and managed among them.

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Agile Beyond IT: Lean Thinking

The IIL Blog

By Alan Zucker Agile is a mindset described by a set of values and principles. Lean is industry-agnostic and offers insight into agility. Transparency Transparency is a core Lean-Agile principle. Agile teams use information radiators to produce radical visibility into backlogs, risks, and status through Kanban boards.

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Agile Adoption: Decreasing Time to Market

This Refcard is focused on helping you evaluate and choose the practices for your team or organization when getting to market faster is of prime importance.

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A Guide to Designing Delightful Dashboards

Speaker: Daniel O'Sullivan, Product Designer, nCino and Jeff Hudock, Senior Product Manager, nCino

Importance of agility and iterative processes. All of these activities play a vital role in providing the superior experience your customers demand. In this session, we will discuss how to design, develop, and implement successful dashboards. Dashboard design do’s and don’ts. Where to start the journey.

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What is Scrum? An Introduction to the Scrum Framework

Speaker: Eric Naiburg, Chief Operating Officer at Scrum.org

In this session, we provide an overview of the Scrum framework, discuss how Scrum enables agility and ways that empiricism can empower the teams that use it. Although Scrum has been around for more than 25 years, it is still new to many.

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Run a Business, Not a Backlog

Speaker: John Mecke, Managing Director of DevelopmentCorporate, Jon Gatrell, Principal Partner at Market Driven Business

In today’s Agile world, product managers are expected to be leaders in market knowledge, strategy, organizational enablement, etc. The role of a product manager has evolved significantly over the past 20 years. Numerical literacy is a key skill for effective product managers.

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Projects Deliver Products, Products Deliver Strategy

Speaker: Peter Monkhouse, Founder, NewGenP

Studies done by PMI show that organizations who implement formulated strategies use projects and thus are able to increase organizational agility and alignment between projects and products. It is more important than ever that organizations are able to implement their strategy as effectively as possible.

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Unlocking Agile's Missed Potential!

Speaker: Bob Webber, VP Product Flow Optimization, Construx

Many organizations feel that Agile has not delivered on its promises. Agile won’t achieve its potential without a better model that facilitates collaboration among product management and engineering teams. Agile doesn’t need to change. We need a way to incorporate Agile planning and deployment that meets business expectations.

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The Third Wave of Agile

The third wave of Agile is here!

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Boost Team Engagement with Agile

Speaker: Anthony Crain, Agile Transformation Consultant at cPrime, and Zach Wolfe, Enterprise Customer Success Manager at Wrike

Agile Methodology has led to an era of transparency and collaboration within software and development teams. However, as many project managers have discovered, agile can work in non-technical teams as well. How do we bridge the gap between technical and non-technical teams to create a holistically agile project?