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What Every Agile Organization Has in Common

Dennis Stevens
Dennis Stevens
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About The Talk

The starting point of the Transformation, the desired end-state, the methodologies, and the implementation details vary from organization to organization. But every single company that has found success in Agile has something in common. They’ve all centered their Agile efforts around four key principles: the alignment of business capabilities, being throughput-focused, planning against measurable outcomes, and designing a system with minimal dependencies. This talk will take an in depth look at these four principles and how they can apply to your organization.

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