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Cprime Acquires Radtac, a UK-based Leader in Enterprise Agility

Business Agility

Cprime Acquires Radtac, a UK-based Leader in Enterprise Agility

In an increasingly globalized world of technology creation, Cprime is always seeking to reach wider and deeper to deliver global transformations and product solutions for its clients. “Enterprises on both sides of the Atlantic are...

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Cprime Expanding Services Offerings to the United Kingdom

Cprime

Cprime Expanding Services Offerings to the United Kingdom

Expansion brings new advanced training opportunities for UK enterprises looking to accelerate digital transformation initiatives With years of experience assisting global clients and a growing base in the UK, Cprime, a leading Agile, Atlassian and...

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SAFe® In a Nutshell – PI Execution

Agile

SAFe® In a Nutshell – PI Execution

In our last installment, we covered how to prepare for a PI Planning event and the roles involved, including those of the technical authority, content authority, and execution authority. In this installment, we’ll describe PI...

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Achieve Customer Centricity Through Design Thinking With SAFe® and Jira Align

Agile

Achieve Customer Centricity Through Design Thinking With SAFe® and Jira Align

SAFe® 5.0 is all about business agility. And, whether you adhere strictly to the SAFe® framework for scaled agile development or not, business agility should be a focus for your organization, too. It’s really the...

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SAFe in a Nutshell – Preparing for PI Planning

Agile

SAFe in a Nutshell – Preparing for PI Planning

In Part 1 of this series, we used the concept of scaling Scrum to present a simple way to understand how SAFe works at its core. In this next blog, we’ll focus on how to...

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How to Optimize Transparency Through Value Stream Mapping

Agile

How to Optimize Transparency Through Value Stream Mapping

Value Stream Identification and Mapping is one of the best tools used in SAFe that develops deeper transparency within your organization. However, Value Stream Mapping is also one of the tools most often skipped or...

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Four Keys to Organizational Transparency – Brought to You by Agile

Agile

Four Keys to Organizational Transparency – Brought to You by Agile

Building trust takes time, restructuring around customer value takes more time, and changing culture, takes even more time. The success of each of these ongoing endeavors depends largely on transparency within an organization. When is...

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Five Lessons Learned to Prepare You for Virtual PI Planning Meetings

Business Agility

Five Lessons Learned to Prepare You for Virtual PI Planning Meetings

Many organizations are in various stages of implementing Program Increment (PI) planning as part of their development processes. Those organizations that have successfully implemented PI planning processes in a physical world may experience additional benefits...

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SAFe in a Nutshell – The Simplest Way to Understand SAFe

Agile

SAFe in a Nutshell – The Simplest Way to Understand SAFe

SAFe is the most popular framework in use today to guide an organization’s efforts to scale agile practices beyond the team level. But, when people look into it for the first time, this is what...

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How Design Thinking Powers Agile Product Delivery in SAFe 5.0

Agile

How Design Thinking Powers Agile Product Delivery in SAFe 5.0

If you’ve been using the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) for a while now, the basics are pretty clear to you. And, while the recently released SAFe 5.0 is a significant update to the framework, most...

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Seeking Real World Business Agility

Agile

Seeking Real World Business Agility

You’ve probably heard the term “business agility” thrown around a lot in recent years. It’s becoming one of those catchphrases that everyone knows is important, most think they understand, but few agree on what it...

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Scaling Architecture, Requirements and Design – The Mystery of the 11th Principle

Business Agility

Scaling Architecture, Requirements and Design – The Mystery of the 11th Principle

Agile software development is an approach that uses self-organizing, cross-functional teams to develop requirements and solutions by collaborating with customers and end users. It advocates a rapid, flexible response to change, along with the early...

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