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The Best Templates for Agile Methodology

IdeaScale

Agile methodology is one of the most popular methods of software development and is a great way to organize and plan projects with your team. Through using these tools you can easily access flexible templates that align with the agile methodology and make collaborating on projects incredibly easy. Best Templates for Agile Methodology.

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What is Agile Data Governance? Definition, Framework, and Steps

IdeaScale

What is Agile Data Governance? Agile data governance is defined as a modern approach to data management that emphasizes flexibility, collaboration, and iterative improvement.

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Agile Innovation: How to Embrace Agile Leadership to Innovate at Speed

Viima

We call this agile leadership. This article, the second in the series dedicated to Agile Innovation Management , explores the critical role of agile leadership in innovating at speed. We'll also provide practical steps and examples that will hopefully inspire you to increase the agility of your organization.

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Mastering the Art: Using Organizational Culture for Business Agility and Resilience

Leapfrogging

The Impact of Culture on Business Agility and Resilience Organizational culture is a powerful lever for enhancing business agility and resilience. To leverage organizational culture for greater business agility and resilience, it’s essential to align the cultural dynamics with your company’s vision and operational tactics.

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A Guide to Designing Delightful Dashboards

Speaker: Daniel O'Sullivan, Product Designer, nCino and Jeff Hudock, Senior Product Manager, nCino

Importance of agility and iterative processes. All of these activities play a vital role in providing the superior experience your customers demand. In this session, we will discuss how to design, develop, and implement successful dashboards. Dashboard design do’s and don’ts. Where to start the journey.

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How to Become an Agile Learner

Harvard Business Review

Learning agility — the skill of learning from experiences so you can succeed in new situations — is a much sought-after skill to create a flexible, mobile, and resilient workforce. For example, a leader with learning agility can successfully transfer their talents across different parts of an organization.

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Agile Innovation: A Comprehensive Guide

Qmarkets

Agile innovation is transforming how companies develop new products and services, fostering a culture of flexibility, speed, and customer-centricity. As the business world becomes increasingly competitive, understanding and implementing agile innovation can be the key to staying ahead. What is Agile Innovation?

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How Can We Stop Under Utilizing a Key User Experience Champion?

Speaker: Miles Robinson, Agile and Management Consultant, Motivational Speaker

Join Miles Robinson, Agile and Management Consultant as he discusses how we can educate and equip our QA/QC process to forge champions of customer experience. Despite this, those building the product itself are often detached from their customers, leading to a gap between vision and execution on the most practical metrics.

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The 3 Principles that Lead to Better Collaboration Between Design and Product Management Teams

Speaker: Felix Watson Jr., Product Manager at Google, and Terrell Cobb, Designer at Microsoft

As more product teams adopt agile working styles, poor collaboration between Design and Product Management can harm a team’s ability to create consumer and business value.

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Retail Reimagined: What It Means To Be An Innovative Retailer

Speaker: DeAnna McIntosh, Retail Growth Strategist

Companies of all sizes were forced to welcome change with open arms and surrender to total flexibility in order to be agile in the ever-evolving economic environment. The past three years have forever changed the retail landscape.

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How Agile Approaches Change Project, Program, and Product Measures

Speaker: Johanna Rothman, Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Before agile approaches took the world by storm, we used Gantt charts and defects to measure project and program progress. Agile approaches provide us other options now. Join Johanna as she discusses: How agile approaches change what we measure. Possible measures you might use in projects and programs. And much more!

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Business Agile: A Roadmap for Transforming Your Management & Adapting to the VUCA Environment

Speaker: Peter Taylor, Speaker/Author, The Lazy Project Manager

Business agile is an approach that gives the right business flexibility and fast decision-making in a volatile environment, providing a great capacity for innovation, adaptation and change. Businesses everywhere are trying to “get business agile”—but it’s not easy to adapt to becoming this adaptive.

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Agile Metrics for Team and Product Progress

Speaker: Johanna Rothman, Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

You’ve seen team metrics like velocity. Velocity is not an accurate measure of a team's progress towards "done." So what should you use instead?

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Cloud-Based Solutions: The Sky Is the Limit for Retail Success

Speaker: Ryan Bryers, SVP of Global Engineering

It's about unlocking unparalleled flexibility and driving business agility. Ryan will cover the multitude of benefits that cloud technology brings to retailers, including: Empowering retailers to transform their operations Becoming more adaptable, efficient, and agile Improving response to ever-changing market dynamics Don't miss out!

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The Project Clinic: Assessing Project Health, Planning, and Execution

Speaker: Ketan Jahagirdar

This session is your guide to evaluating the health of your projects through Waterfall and Agile practices like Scrum and Kanban. yes, there is some amount of planning required even for agile methodologies) How do you monitor the health of projects once they are in-flight?