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When Agile, DevOps and Lean Aren't Enough
Presented by Forrester Principal Analyst, Kurt Bittner
& Tasktop's Chief Product Officer, Dave West
July 14: 9:00am Vancouver / 12:00pm Boston / 5:00pm London
Under pressure to speed software delivery, IT organizations have adopted modern methods (Agile, DevOps, Lean and Continuous Delivery) and have invested in best-of-breed tools from multiple vendors… but many aren’t seeing the results they were expecting.
In this webinar, Forrester Principal Analyst Kurt Bittner will present his analysis of the modern application delivery ecosystem and will describe how organizations can thrive in this multi-vendor, multi-methodology market.
Webinar Series: Doing Analytics Right - Part 3: Building the Analytics Environment
In this last webinar in the series we explain how to build your analytics environment and instrument your development processes.
Webinar Series: Doing Analytics Right - Part 2: Designing and Automating Analytics
Analytics done wrong - an analytics solution that is not well-matched to your organization, can have unintended negative consequences and can be a poor investment. Analytics done right can enhance productivity, predictability, alignment and morale. In this webinar we explain the principles and practices of choosing and implementing the right measures to instrument your development processes.
Webinar Series: Doing Analytics Right - Part 1: Selecting Analytics
Every business process can benefit from instrumentation with analytics and feedback loops - particularly now in our world of Big Data and Big Data analytic techniques. This series is designed to explain the principles and practices of choosing and implementing the right measures to instrument your development processes.
A Pragmatic Approach to Scaling Agile in the Enterprise
Agile development has become the norm for building software, with the majority of software delivery teams using some form of Agile development. But the same cannot be said for the enterprises they work for. The reality is that while development teams are embracing Agile methodologies, the software delivery organizations they are part of tend to be the very opposite of Agile.
Driving Requirements into the Lifecycle with Integration
It all starts with requirements. Not only do they define the problem you are trying to solve, but also its value. If used correctly, requirements enable you to make decisions about priority, business value, and even architectural risk. But for many organizations requirements live on an island – an island that sends out communications, but increasingly becomes less and less relevant as the project progresses. How many of your requirement documents are still up to date at the end of the project? When there is a problem, where do you look first – the code, the architecture, the tests, the deployment or the requirements documents?