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Why Quarterly Portfolio Planning is Better Than Annual

Business Agility

Why Quarterly Portfolio Planning is Better Than Annual

It’s quite common for companies to handle strategic planning on an annual basis, either on the calendar year or the fiscal year, or both. This made a lot of sense when business was more predictable...

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Are We Spending Agile Funds Correctly?

Agile

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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A Hybrid Portfolio RAGE “Recipe”

Agile

A Hybrid Portfolio RAGE “Recipe”

In our \"Ship-it Snippet\" video below Here is a sample RAGE Recipe for the Portfolio level of a Hybrid (Agile + Waterfall) Organization. Again, RAGE is Recipes for Agile Governance in the Enterprise\" - we...

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Introduction to Portfolio Management and Portfolio Governance

Agile

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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cPrime Portfolio Management Solution

Agile

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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Why Agile Governance Matters at the Project, Program, and Portfolio Levels

Agile

Why Agile Governance Matters at the Project, Program, and Portfolio Levels

For any organization attempting to migrate to – or sustain – Agile processes, governance is an important consideration. This is especially true as companies grow. While small companies can likely get away with fairly informal...

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