VersionOne Enterprise Agile Platform

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Managing Agile

Are you trying to figure out how your role is going to change in an agile environment? Making the switch to agile development challenges traditional notions of project management, introducing new ways of managing time, cost and scope. Learn how to successfully manage agile projects.

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  Webinars

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    Adding UX Value to Agile Development

    Jeffrey Hammond from Forrester Research explores how world-class user experience design practices can be integrated into agile dev

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    Continuous Product Learning

    Part 1: David Hussman and Lowell Lindstrom share tools for continuous product learning. Part 2: Bob Vincent and Andy Powell demo

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  White Papers

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    Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Agile Planning Tools

    Read the full report and see why VersionOne was named a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Agile Planning Tools

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  • Get What You Want From Your Agile Enterprise Transformation White Paper

    Get What You Want From Your Agile Enterprise Transformation

    Deepen your understanding of enterprise agile and prepare to lead and participate in a successful transformation at your company.

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  • Agile & CMMI White Paper

    Agile and CMMI

    Steve Ropa from VersionOne provides a convincing argument that agile methods and CMMI can coexist. (4 pages)

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  • Agile Roadmap for Success White Paper

    Agile Roadmap for Success

    This white paper shares steps that managers can take to successfully promote agile development practices. (7 pages)

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  • Kanban for Agile Teams Guide

    Kanban for Agile Teams

    Mike Cottmeyer and Dennis Stevens discuss how Kanban and traditional agile methodologies can work together. (14 pages)

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