Posts Tagged "scaled agile"

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Hybrid Cloud – The Future of Enterprise IT Infrastructure

The Age of the Agile Enterprise is now, and is powered by the Hybrid Cloud and SaaS. This global revolution was sparked by the convergence of mobile (MDM Management) and encrypted cloud storage technologies, but also by the evolution of

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16 Mar 2016 - How to Scale Agile with Compliant Processes

How to Scale Agile with Compliant Processes?

Watch our webinar recording to learn more about implementing and scaling Agile in the development of mission-critical software applications. The development of safety-critical products is governed by various industry-specific standards and regulations. The requirements of these standards have to be
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codeBeamer's Team Concept: Managing Multiple Teams & Development Streams

Scaling Processes: Managing Multiple Teams & Development Streams

Keeping pace with the ever-increasing complexity of software products alone is a challenging task. However, most companies are working on more than one sophisticated product at any given time, each of which may combine hardware, software and even service components.

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Scaling Agile in Safety-critical Systems Development

Scaling Agile in Safety-critical Systems Development for Regulated Markets

In our post last week, we have explored how medical device development companies are increasingly transitioning to Agile to be able to develop quality products in shorter time. For them, switching to Agile entails the challenge of matching the process

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Scaling Agile in Large Enterprises: LeSS, DAD or SAFe?

Scaling Agile in Large Enterprises: LeSS, DAD or SAFe®?

Due to its prosperity in the software industry, Agile no longer needs an introduction: in the past decade or so, seemingly everyone has been talking about this modern framework. Having recognized the success that small and mid-sized companies are realizing by

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Jeff Sutherland @ UPscALE 2015

Jeff Sutherland: Scrum @ Scale – Powering Up The Business

The effectiveness of Agile methods, especially Scrum, is no longer a matter of debate. Its efficiency is being confirmed day after day by an ever-growing number of users. Not only is it being used successfully by hundreds of companies in

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