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Three Tips to Ace Your Three-Minute-Pitch

Avery Williamson, Marketing Coordinator — Agile Rising Sales is the science of convincing people to take action. Great sales—great convincing-someone-to-do-something-ism—is all about taking someone from one mindset, to another. Agile transformations can operate similarly. At the root of all transformations, there is a burning need to go from one way of being to another. People […]

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The Origins of SAFe With Mark Richards and Tom McDonnell

Join Tom McDonnell and Mark Richards as they discuss everything from the origins of SAFe, to successful SAFe implementations. In this special second edition of the Agile Rising Podcast SAFe fellow, Mark Richards, discusses his experience with them framework. Agile Rising is excited to welcome Mark aboard as we continue to grow our presence as […]

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How Groups Should Maximize Value: An Economic View

Take an Economic View is principle #1 of Scaled Agile Framework’s nine Lean-Agile principles, but what does that mean in practical terms? In this post, we explore three key concepts that help lean-agile leaders understand an economic view, not as charts or graphs, but as insights about decision-making.

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How Agile Coaching can Supercharge Your Transformation

Every high-performing team needs a high-performing coach. Major organizational changes require experience and leadership. As with any major change, your organization needs to have a team of experienced guides to keep everything on track. Groups need coaches who guide the way to a successful transformation, explain how to adopt new practices, techniques, and tools—all while […]

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Enterprise Systems Thinking

by Marshall Guillory As with many of you, I often see parallels in personal paradigms within my work and observations in enterprises, markets, and business. These graphs of my newly installed solar system show a real example of a big struggle that enterprises face every day. For context, I have a large family, and we […]

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