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Improve Product Management to drive Business Agility

Business agility is similar to the agility we observe at the team level, but it extends across the entire company. Companies want business agility to outperform their competitors. This blog describes how Business Agility can be achieved with Product Management by moving up on the Org Topologies™ map.

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Everything You Need to Know About Release Managers

Rebel’s Guide to PM

My software projects needed releasing, so we had to follow the formal process and engage with the release manager to make sure that the bug fixes and new features got pushed to the production environment in a controlled way. The role of a release manager is crucial in ensuring that software projects are completed on time and within budget.


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“Agile Is Just for Software” and other Scrum Myths

Scrum is the most popular Agile framework. According to the latest State of Agile survey from, 90% of teams who are using an Agile framework are using Scrum. For example, Scrum includes five events: the Sprint, Sprint Planning, Daily Scrum, Sprint Review and the Sprint Retrospective.

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Are These DevOps Obstacles Getting in the Way of Your Agile Transformation?

Leading Agile

As more and more companies scramble to untangle the code of their monolithic legacy software and get it into the cloud, strategic priorities are shifting. Today, Agilists must have a plan for incorporating DevOps practices into the early stages of Agile Transformation. We’ll also discuss the lack of automation.

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Don’t Blame Agile for Bad Agile


An agile backlash is underway. Some organizations have declared victory, fired their agile staff, and moved on. Others are agile in name only or are “doing” agile but have not fundamentally changed the way they work. We should not blame Agile for bad Agile. Agile teams are empowered and collaborative.

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Scaling Agile Practices – Improve Business Outcomes


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

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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