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Have you wondered how different your role would be if you were adopting Agile and Scrum methods in your organization? The goal of this webinar is to compare and contrast the Agile vs. Traditional Roles, in addition to outlining the new skills needed for being...

A common question/challenge we hear is how to deal with distributed Agile teams. What are the common practices other companies have used to bridge the gaps of communication, trust, time zone differences, planning, etc? This video provides a few real world tips....

What are the various tools out there for Agile teams to use? This video provides an overview of several. There are many, many more out there, so please search the internet or check out www.AgileScout.com for a list of top Agile tools....

Agile Executives have some real strategic changes to make to support Agile and the cultural shift it requires to succeed. It also entails rolling up sleeves, removing impediments and learning about Servant Leadership. This video provides an overview of what we expect from Executives and...

Traditionally Sponsors and Stakeholders were involved upfront during the project/release and were not expected to stay very engaged during the execution, except for answering some questions and getting status reports. How does this change in Agile?...

Traditional Testers were not integrated into the team and actually didn’t get engaged until development was done and the whole project was ready for testing. This is not the case in Agile, so this video takes a closer look at the Tester role and skills...

The traditional Developer role was someone who got the coding completed after getting the Requirements from the Analysts. Agile Developers work as part of the team from the beginning of Planning, Estimation and until the project is ‘Done’. This video talks about this role in...

The traditional BA role was considered the ‘liaison’ between business and the team. Agile says the BA/Analyst needs to be the ‘glue’. This video explores some of the differences in expectations when you transition to an Agile team....

Moving away from specialists focused on ‘I will only do my task’ thinking and moving them into Generalizing Specialists is a key transformation step for any team learning to self-organize. What does this term really mean and what does it look like?...

Many teams are using an Agile Coach to guide them through the process of learning and applying Agile. What is this role about and what is expected of an Agile Coach?...

Every team needs one, or several, people that can translate the high-level business vision into a technical vision for ‘how’ we can solve the business problem. What is the role of these Technical Leads? What is expected of them?...

Who makes up the Team and what do we expect of them? This video provides a high-level overview of what is needed to form an Agile Team! ...

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