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3 Pitfalls to Avoid When Scaling Agile

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3 Pitfalls to Avoid When Scaling Agile

Scaling Agile can be the best thing your organization has ever done, or it can turn into a frustrating and difficult situation that costs a lot of time and money. To accomplish the former and...

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How RAGE and SAFe Can Coexist

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How RAGE and SAFe Can Coexist

SAFe is a widely accepted formula for understanding and managing Agile development enterprise-wide. RAGE is cPrime\'s proprietary method for governing Agile enterprise-wide. Can these two mighty acronyms coexist in harmony in your organization? They certainly...

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What is Your Organization’s Personality?

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What is Your Organization’s Personality?

Just like every individual team member, manager, and executive in your company, the organization itself has a unique personality. Sometimes, in dealing with people, this overarching personality factor gets overlooked. But after over ten years...

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Are We Spending Agile Funds Correctly?

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Are We Spending Agile Funds Correctly?

As more and more organizations adopt a SAFe-based top-down approach to scaled Agile, discussions about value streams and return on the Agile investment are becoming more commonplace. Many of the attendees we interacted with at...

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How to Refine Governance Practices Across Your Organization

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How to Refine Governance Practices Across Your Organization

As your Agile journey continues, you will likely see the need for strategic rules around your business decision-making processes, especially as your organization grows and the Agile transformation takes on more levels of the organization....

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Aligning Your Agile Portfolio With Organizational Strategy

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Aligning Your Agile Portfolio With Organizational Strategy

Previously, we discussed the building blocks of organizational strategy: the mission statement, the vision statement, and the strategic objectives. But having that foundation laid doesn\'t automatically mean you\'re going to be working on the right...

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How to Bring Agile to Scale in Your Enterprise

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How to Bring Agile to Scale in Your Enterprise

No matter how many articles you read touting the benefits of going Agile in your organization, and no matter how much you may want to do it for a number of very good reasons, there...

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Creating Alignment from Portfolio to Program to Team

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Creating Alignment from Portfolio to Program to Team

Achieving a successful, company-wide Agile transformation requires that the people in all three levels of enterprise Agile project management (team, program, and portfolio) be effectively transitioned. But even more important than the transition of the...

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Introduction to Portfolio Management and Portfolio Governance

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Introduction to Portfolio Management and Portfolio Governance

Portfolio Management is a term that is buzzing in the industry, but it is often loosely defined and thereby difficult to integrate into the organization. cPrime\'s new service offerings and trainings on Portfolio Governance introduces...

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3 Ways for Agile Teams to Collaborate on the Program Level

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3 Ways for Agile Teams to Collaborate on the Program Level

Scaling Agile beyond the team level is a challenge for many organizations. While an individual team may have a nice, comfortable cadence with their Sprints and Retrospectives, it can throw them off when they get...

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cPrime Portfolio Management Solution

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cPrime Portfolio Management Solution

C-Level Executives, PMO Directors, Product Managers, and others make critical decisions about where to invest an organization’s resources when developing products and services. Our Portfolio Management offerings provide simple and practical techniques for the effective...

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Where Do You Land on the Agile Maturity Matrix?

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Where Do You Land on the Agile Maturity Matrix?

Agile is a journey, not a destination. There\'s not really a point at which you\'ve “gone Agile,” especially since the tools and best practices are constantly being enhanced. As with any important journey, a road...

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