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How To Implement Lean Portfolio Management?

Agilemania

Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) involves connecting strategy to execution by using lean principles. What Are The Key Components Of Lean Portfolio Management? The lean portfolio leadership team creates the goal of your company. How To Put Lean Portfolio Management Into Action? What is LPM?

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What is Lean Portfolio Management? Primary Focus | Objectives

Agilemania

LPM also known as Lean Portfolio management, refers to how senior leadership uses lean principles and systems thinking approaches to align strategy with execution. Incorporating agile and lean portfolio management offer a path to improving business agility. What Are The Objectives Of Lean Portfolio Management?

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Troubleshooting in Lean-Agile Development

MPUG

Many project managers utilize a Lean-Agile approach when there is high change or churn in project requirements, significant lack of clarity in scope, high complexity to their projects, and/or a larger number of risks associated with such. Two Lean-Agile Types. Iteration-based Lean-Agile. Flow-based Lean-Agile. Flow-based.

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The Power of Product Ownership: A Tale from Microsoft's Journey

Scrum.org

He recognised the limitations of a two-yearly release cadence. Their efforts laid the groundwork for Microsoft's season-based model, a cadence that allowed for more frequent releases and quicker incorporation of user feedback. But it wasn't just about changing a release cycle. It was about changing a mindset. NKDAgility can help you.

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Scaling Agile Practices – Improve Business Outcomes

Agilemania

Develop on Cadence; Release on Demand. In SAFe®, this is known as Develop on Cadence, a coordinated set of practices that support Agile Teams by providing a reliable series of events and activities that occur on a regular, predictable schedule. Agile Team and Agile Release Train Cadences. SAFe® Lean Portfolio.

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How Usable Working Products Are Your Ultimate Weapon Against Risks

Scrum.org

Keep It Lean and Mean It’s a battlefield out there. Your protection in this ruthless world is a lean, mean, and functional product. Conclusion: Be Agile, Truly So create a usable working product on a regular cadence, close the feedback loops, and leverage as much automation as possible.

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How Do you Make a Retrospective an Interesting Session?

NimbleWork

Many teams lean into retrospectives to help uncover areas where processes could be slicker, where engagement hasn’t been as effective as it could and to look for areas of improvement. Effective leaders focus just as much on what can be improved for next time as the deliverables themselves.

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