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The Best Templates for Agile Methodology


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. When organizing sprints, it’s important to share knowledge and information with your team, and the most efficient way to do this is to use a visualization tool. Online Whiteboards and Agile.

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Selling Agile to Executives: 8 Ways to Get Buy-in


Effectively selling Agile to executives is more than just getting the go-ahead for an Agile transformation. Because Agile includes a culture shift and a mindset change, as well as funding, you need executives to truly buy in to the approach. Senior leaders are a significant driver in the success rate of an Agile transformation.

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The Dynamics within Agility.

Paul Hobcraft

After working through a number the one that held my attention and has become central to my thinking to take organizational practices forward was provided by a recent report from McKinsey “ How to create an agile organization ”. Agility for me is vital, it allows us to increasingly be adaptive in an uncertain world.

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Agile Leadership


Speed and agility are the ultimate competitive weapons. If you create a culture of agility, you create a significant competitive advantage that is hard to replicate. Realizing the benefits of agility across the enterprise requires individual contributors who can adapt and change as well as agile leaders working in all functions.

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A Guide to Designing Delightful Dashboards

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

In a world of information overload, it's more important than ever to have a dashboard that provides data that's not only interesting but actually relevant and timely. Importance of agility and iterative processes. We’ve all seen the increasing industry trend of artificial intelligence and big data analytics. Where to start the journey.

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Don't break the rules - become flexible and agile

Jeffrey Phillips

The rules - such as they are - are unwritten, informal and based on maintaining existing capabilities and processes. Or, perhaps what we really need to do is to create organizations that are more nimble, more agile, much more dynamic and capable of evolving as new thinking evolves and as customers and markets evolve.

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Integrating ‘Agile’ Approaches into ‘Waterfall’ Cultures

Agile” and “Waterfall” offer us very different approaches to project management. Agile design, on the other hand, begins without a clear endpoint, assuming that any presumptions about results may bias or limit our opportunities and options. Core Elements of Agile. Integrating Agile Approaches into Waterfall Cultures.

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