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Melting the Frozen Middle: Helping Middle Management Transition to an Agile Mindset

Posted by Tom Wessel
Transitioning from a traditional functional manager working in a waterfall world to a servant leader working within an Agile organization is one that should be embraced and not feared as long as you are open to personal growth, learning new things and overcoming challenges.

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DevOps: It Can't be Bought

Posted by Dave Moran
Find out how implementing DevOps will help you confidently and reliably deploy and operate software at any time to meet the needs of your business.

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Project Accounting to Agile Funding

Posted by Bob Ellis
Only after an organization implements 1. Progressive Agile planning, 2. Agile execution, and 3. Modern DevOps will it have the capabilities necessary to build the confidence among its executive level stakeholders, and the company can transition to rolling planning and strategic funding.

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What I Learned from Disabling Thousands of Production Desktops in a Retail Call Center

Posted by Bob Fischer
The result of DevOps implementation is not only greater success of the process, but greater teamwork. Give up the blaming, and focus instead on the customer experience. Like any transformational journey, it starts with the people, all aligned on a vision for the future.

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The Whole Enchilada: The Value of Value Stream Mapping, Part 1

Posted by Tom Wessel
Often times, organizations only look at one part of their delivery process and attempt to optimize it without determining if they have actually reduced the overall time it takes to transform a customer request or business need into realized value. Instead, consider value stream mapping.

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Technical Debt is a Business Problem

Posted by Bob Fischer
A lack of understanding of technical debt and its consequences can slow progress to faster cycle time and improved quality. By discussing debt, its consequences, and how it can be reduced, you can create a culture in which improvement is a focus, and your investment in improvement pays off.

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What does being "Agile" mean to your CFO? Part 3

Posted by Bob Ellis
In Part 3 of our 'What does being 'Agile' mean to your CFO?' series, Eliassen Group's Agile expert Bob Ellis makes a case for the importance of Business Agility in a quickly changing world.

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Eliassen Agile featured in TechTarget: Software development skills shortage spurs channel business

Posted by Eliassen Group
Eliassen Agile featured in TechTarget: Software development skills shortage spurs channel business. Read the article here.

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Avoid Business Transformation Failure: 3 Transformative Truths (Part 2)

Posted by Mark Hill
Avoid business transformation failure by understanding these 3 key transformative truths and creating the right organizational DNA. Read the Agile blog post now

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Avoid Business Transformation Failure: 3 Transformative Truths (Part 1)

Posted by Mark Hill
What are the common missteps that hamper Agile Transformation? The following insights will help you avoid business transformation failure - read the article.

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Agile: It Ain't No Big Thing

Posted by Bob Dobson
Is Agile a bit thing? Or many little things that take place during an Agile Transformation? Read Bob Dobson's insights in Eliassen Agile's latest blog post.

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Business Agility: How to Avoid Becoming Organizational Roadkill

Posted by Tom Wessel
Companies must embrace Business Agility throughout their organizations. In this article, Agile expert Tom Wessel discusses how to get beyond Agile just for IT.

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What Does Being "Agile" Mean to Your CFO? Part 2

Posted by Bob Ellis
For the CFO, Agile serves to de-risk the income stream as part of the fiduciary responsibility that companies have to their shareholders. Learn how in this Q&A.

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My Coder is Faster Than Your Team

Posted by Bob Dobson
It can be very beneficial for agile teams to take a break from their regular value stream to work on smaller, valuable things. Read the blog to learn more.

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Do we need a Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)?

Posted by Ray Angelone
The Scaled Agile Framework (aka SAFe in the Agile world) provides a blueprint for an enterprise system during an Agile Transformation. Learn more.

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