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VersionOne Announces AgileLIVE™ Webinar Series on Scaling Agile to the Program & Portfolio Levels

Thought Leadership Webinar Series Helps Businesses Scale Agile Initiatives Faster, Easier and Smarter

ATLANTA, Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- VersionOne, recognized by agile practitioners as the leader in agile application lifecycle management (ALM) software solutions, announced today a free, two-part #AgileLIVE webinar series focused on helping businesses scale their agile initiatives beyond the team level to the program and portfolio levels. The webinars will be held on February 19 and February 26, from Noon-1:00 pm Eastern.

Register for the webinar series here. Everyone who registers will also receive a link to the recordings.

The first webinar on February 19 will feature Agile Coaches Dave Gunther and Mike McLaughlin, who will explore the five key questions organizations need to consider when scaling agile to the program and portfolio levels including:

  • How should we organize?
  • How will we communicate?
  • How, what and where will we prioritize?
  • How can we facilitate decisions and plan effectively?
  • How can we deliver predictably at scale?

The second webinar on February 26 will feature Product Evangelist Andy Powell, who will discuss how the VersionOne® enterprise agile ALM platform can help: 

  • Capture and visualize project roadmaps
  • Track and manage initiatives through to implementation
  • Coordinate multiple cross-functional teams
  • Perform advanced analysis on projects
  • Enable enterprise collaboration

This webinar series is for organizations looking to maximize the impact of agile beyond the team level to the program and portfolio levels. While there are frameworks developing to address this, such as Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe™), different organizations may have specific challenges that require deliberate attention to change and coordination.

"We are very excited to launch our 2014 AgileLIVE webinar series featuring the industry's best and brightest thought leaders," said VersionOne President and CEO Robert Holler. "In addition to these first two webinars, some of the other topics will include agile metrics, team success, DevOps and product discovery. Stay tuned for more information."

About VersionOne
VersionOne is a recognized leader and visionary in agile ALM. Today more than 50,000 teams including over 35 of the Fortune 100 use our agile ALM platform to scale agile faster, easier and smarter. Whether a small team or a global enterprise, VersionOne customers get the best agile software tools in the industry backed by the pioneers of agile project management. Follow us on Google+, Twitter, Facebook and our blogs.

VersionOne is a registered trademark and AgileLIVE is a trademark of VersionOne Inc. Scaled Agile Framework and SAFe are trademarks of Leffingwell LLC.

 

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