The Agile Enterprise: Scaling Agile to Project Level Part 3: Build
Agile has found its way into project delivery with the PMBOK® Guide and PMI certification recognizing the growing adoption of agile practices. Most agile frameworks, like Scrum, Crystal, and XP, were conceived by developers for a small team of developers and do not cover the entire Project lifecycle. A project is not limited to product delivery by a small team, and most agile frameworks are challenged when scaling up to the enterprise level, especially in organizations with a mature Governance framework where a Project Management Office has the responsibility for Project Delivery. In the trenches, the famous 'mindset change' applies not only to people that used planned approaches but also to the people that started agile in small product development teams that must learn the value of aligning their ways of doing things to Enterprise goals.
This webinar is the third in a series of four webinars, covering the project delivery phases. It is based on the author's 30+ years of experience as an agile practitioner, moving from managing Software Development teams to managing "real" projects. This webinar is an experience sharing exercise based on the fundamental principle that the best way to become Agile is by "doing it and helping others to do it".
Previous webinars in this series:
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Acknowledgements: Eric Finger and Laura Schofield