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Agile works best when it is adapted to your organization.

To do this effectively, you need to know what you’re hoping to achieve. Learn how to combine the best Agile ingredients to create a personalized recipe for success.

We’ve put together 3 recipes of success for organizations who have implemented a custom Agile approach and are using:

Recipe 1: Self-Organized Scaling to Accelerate Delivery of Value
Recipe 2: Agile Business Intelligence to Make Faster and Better Decisions
Recipe 3: Visualization and Workflow Management to Switch from Client-Driven to Value-Driven

Download the full eBook to create your recipe for success.

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Self-Organized Scaling to Accelerate Delivery of Value


 

Agile software development teams do great work, but sometimes a single team can’t deliver fast enough. If you have a large organization or enterprise, multiple teams working in concert are a must. In those situations, harnessing the power of your teams through a collaborative network is the key to success. We call this approach self-organized scaling.

Secret Ingredients Include: Reducing Dependencies, Effective Visualization, and more.

See the full recipe in the eBook.

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Agile Business Intelligence to Make Faster and Better Decisions


 

To maximize effectiveness, organizations must transform their data into actionable intelligence. Business intelligence allows the rapid adjustments and anticipatory problem solving required in today’s complex environments. Agile principles and practices can help you build solutions that meet your needs for actionable intelligence—whether you’re trying to keep a step ahead of the competition or rooting out waste, fraud, and abuse.

Secret Ingredients Include: Scrum Framework, Kanban for Flow, and more.

See the full recipe in the eBook.

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Visualization and Workflow Management to Switch from Client Driven to Value-Driven


 

Marketing and communications teams thrive on disruption and innovation, but constantly navigating unpredictability and rapidly changing priorities can challenge even the highest performing teams. Kanban is a management method that relies on visualization and limited work-in-progress (WIP). That makes it well-suited to the continuous, fluid workflows of creative teams involved in marketing, communications, and other fast-paced disciplines.

Secret Ingredients Include: Kanban Cards, WIP Limits, and more.

See the full recipe in the eBook.

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