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13 Reasons to Choose Agile Project Management Methods

LiquidPlanner

Are you thinking about introducing agile processes to your project management methodology? You’ve a few case studies, you’ve perhaps even seen agile working effectively at other companies. Additionally, it may not be enough for you to know that agile methods are a logical addition to your toolset at work. So why choose agile?

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“Agile Is Just for Software” and other Scrum Myths

Scrum.org

Scrum is the most popular Agile framework. According to the latest State of Agile survey from Digital.ai, 90% of teams who are using an Agile framework are using Scrum. SAFe is a separate framework designed for scaling Agile practices to larger organizations. Scrum is a framework, which means it’s not a rulebook.

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Scaling Agile Practices – Improve Business Outcomes

Agilemania

Scaled Agile Framework, SAFe® is the world’s leading framework for Business Agility. The seven core competencies each have three dimensions making it a total of twenty-one dimensions to enable Business Agility. These dimensions contain some of the practices, patterns, and guidelines to Scale Agility across the enterprise.

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Map Your Route to Mastering Agile Fluency

Scrum.org

Agile Fluency® Model is a fantastic model. With this model, you start seeing your journey as a series of paradigm shifts and stages toward higher fluency in Agile: The Agile Fluency model has been as an inspiration for us, when we were designing Org Topologies. Without defining value, no agile transformation is possible.

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Adopting Agile Practices Isn’t Agile Transformation

Leading Agile

Agile needs to be tied to business-driven results. If not, then we start measuring things like people trained, teams doing Scrum, or the organization’s sentiment toward Agile to tell us if we’re succeeding. If your Agile isn’t helping you do that, then it’s not really Agile at all. First, how are we forming teams?

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Everything You Need to Know About Release Managers

Rebel’s Guide to PM

We had a fortnightly release (and therefore a giant scrabble to try to get your changes in before the cut-off and presented to the CAB in time), but your company might have monthly releases or use a different cadence. It’s no longer necessary for agile teams to be co-located, either. Key roles and responsibilities of the job.

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How effective are your agile ceremonies?

Kiron Bondale

We hope that by conducting effective ceremonies we will achieve the agile trinity of improved value delivery, better quality and more fun. Each agile framework provides its own ceremonies but given that Scrum is still the most commonly referenced one, let’s focus on that framework’s events.

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