There is debate agile practices in projects, organization and teams and execution. How is the speed when we go up the level to a portfolio? You can apply agile practices in the management of a program? And how is the role of the PMO? You can adapt it to the reality of an agile scenario?
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Agile is not a process, nor a methodology, but rather a way of thinking when there is no clear end-state. Driven from that desire to see organizations embrace the mindset and actually BE agile and not just DO agile, Dr. Ahmed Sidky, explains why Agile is a Mindset, not a process, nor a methodology as well as how to be value-driven and flexible in the way we think and behave not just do iterations and stand-ups.
In this workshop, we’ll explore the patterns of mature agile managers and leaders. Those that understand Servant Leadership and how to effectively support, grow, coach, and empower their agile teams in ways that increase the teams’ performance, accountability, and engagement.
The best teams are the ones that keep improving. Continuous Improvement is not a particular thing you do but a culture you have. A3 thinking is a way to enable that culture. Although very simple in concept, A3 thinking can drive deep value changes in teams as it empowers them to solve problems and make improvements. In this webinar, we'll talk about what A3 thinking is, the mechanics of the A3 problem solving tool, and how to use A3 thinking in your day to day work.
In this webinar, you will get a complete introduction to your Leadership Gift, including the mind's Responsibility Process™ and the Keys to Responsibility™ for applying, practicing, and mastering responsibility in your life, work, and relationships. Your takeaways will include: Knowing how, why, and when to get started using your Leadership Gift; Applications for project success, leadership, and teamwork; How and when to apply it to yourself and others; Resources available for advanced study and mastery
“Value” is the beacon, watchword, end game, justification, and mantra for Agile practitioners. You make product decisions at every turn throughout discovery and delivery based on value, balancing multiple perspectives. And yet many Agile teams struggle to clearly, concisely, and continually use value as the basis for making planning decisions. Join Ellen and Mary to explore the business value model—a lightweight framework for collaboratively and continually identifying stakeholder values and making value?based product decisions on what to build, and when.
In our previous webinar we discussed the Portfolio Planning Lifecycle using creative Kanban walls to visualize the Planning and Execution steps. Through this webinar, we will dig deeper into Strategic Visioning, Building the Portfolio Backlog and Idea Qualification. These critical initial steps are the foundation for creating a ranked backlog that aligns to concrete strategic goals. We'll also some of the important Agile Qualification filters you should consider before 'approving' a project and why you should consider discontinuing the use of 'Go/No Go' terminology!