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THE AGILECRAFT BLOG

AgileCraft Named a Strategic Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant

Posted by Steve Elliott on May 9, 2018 12:31:10 PM

I’m very pleased to announce that we’ve been included in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Agile Planning Tools as the top visionary offering a comprehensive solution for large-scale organizations aspiring to embrace Agile and DevOps. This is the first time we’ve been included in a Gartner Magic Quadrant, and we are honored that we’ve been chosen for such a prestigious position.

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Topics: Scaled Agile, capacity planning, Enterprise Scaled Agile, Digital transformation, Agile, ROI, devops, CIO, Fintech, enterprise agile

The Quest for DevOps Repeatable Robustitude* in a Scaled Agile Transformation

Posted by Steve Elliott on Mar 22, 2018 1:15:10 PM

Innovation.  Speed.  Quality.  Value.  Today’s tech savvy customers demand these from the companies they support. If your organization can’t deliver on those expectations, consumers are just a single mouse click away from another company that can fill their order in a millisecond.  Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon, put it this way; “Our customers are loyal to us right up until the second somebody offers them a better service.” When scaling Agile in your transforming organization, you need to be fully confident in the repeatable robustitude* of your delivery pipeline. The principles surrounding DevOps (people, process and technology), play a key role in that journey, and front and center is automation around testing, continuous integration, and continuous delivery.

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Topics: Scaled Agile, capacity planning, Enterprise Scaled Agile, Digital transformation, Agile, ROI, devops, CIO, Fintech

What SAFe 4.5 can do for you? Getting the most out of SAFe 4.5

Posted by Steve Elliott on Dec 12, 2017 11:46:41 AM

The release of SAFe® 4.5 couldn’t have come at a better time. I’ve spent most of my career in startups and Lean startups, and UX has truly become my passion. Fortunately, 4.5 brings Lean startup and UX concepts to the enterprise, while driving a clearer and deeper integration with SAFe. So, whether you are just starting to implement the SAFe framework or are in the process of updating to 4.5, I wanted to share some tips and tricks to make the move more successful.

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Topics: Agile, SAFe, lean agile, devops