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Scaled Agile Framework 4.0 – A Practitioner’s Perspective

This week we take a look at the new version of SAFe 4.0. I will give a practitioner’s perspective on the changes and updates, covering interesting and noteworthy areas. SAFe 4.0 represents a significant update and is beneficial to learn

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Agile Contracts

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Posted in Agile, Agile Adoption, Agile Project Manager, Business Agility, contracts, Fixed Price, Legal, SAFe, T-Shirt Sizing

Budgeting for Agile Projects and Initiatives

How do we budget for Agile Projects? ┬áThis Auspicious Agile (www.auspiciousagile.com) video blog entry talks about some techniques that can be used to plan and budget for Agile projects. Please note that in the first video example the “most likely

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Pointers on Enterprise Agile Transformation

Hi All, This week I want to discuss some pointers to being successful with Enterprise Agile from my experience: Program and Portfolio Planning First when it comes to Agile Program and Portfolio planning it can be very valuable to align

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