Agile leaders need to understand their role and changes they need to make in order for their organization to reap the benefits of scaling agile.
PMOs must be flexible. Gartner cites “Failure to Be Agile” as the first “sin” in their report, How to Avoid the ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ of a Level 2 PMO.
I engaged with many people over the course of the 2019 SAFe Summit who are in some phase of undergoing an Agile transformation.
It’s no longer a one-methodology-for-all kind of world. Equip your teams for success and boost your PMO into hyper-speed with project management software.
Project management: You’ve probably heard these words many times within a business context. But what is project management, and why is it important?https://www.planview.com/resources/articles/what-is-project-management/
A look at why and how product (and non-product) teams using Kanban and adopting a flow-driven product management approach to help them work more efficiently
Part 2 of this blog series introduces the specifics as to why the shift to a product model from a traditional project funding model is so critical.
Agile teams aren’t simply otherwise “normal” teams who decide to be Agile. Learn more about how to make an Agile team.https://www.planview.com/resources/articles/how-to-make-agile-team/
Since the beginning of the Agile movement, defenders of traditional methods have been skeptical. Some of their concerns about Agile are valid.
When organizations are looking to begin agile portfolio management, it is important to understand the costs and benefits that will set you up for success.