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Business Outcomes of Effective Value Stream Management | Agile Rising and Apptio

on March 24th, 2020, Agile Rising teamed with Apptio for an hour-long live event. Exploring value stream management, Chris Ruch and Mark Des Biens imagine how we can re-shape value stream management to improve team productivity, accelerate time to market, and increase the flow of business value. Want to learn more about Value Stream Management? […]

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The Scrum Master Who Cared Too Much, Part 1

By Andrew Keener Question: Sometimes I feel like I am the only one who cares about creative collaboration, engineering craftsmanship, and sustainable pace. If my team seems not to care, should I even bother? Should you care when no one else does? Maybe not.             Attempting to care on behalf of others is a recipe for burnout. Newly […]

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2020: A Year of Change

2020 was a year defined by change. It is becoming increasingly clear that organizations that are able to adapt to change rapidly and effectively will thrive. This year, a major concern of many of our customers was adapting to remote work, while maintaining productivity. We guided a number of groups through the process of creating […]

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Agile Rising Named First U.S. Based Tasktop Value Stream Partner

As a leading provider in Value Stream Management consulting and services we are excited to announce our new level of partnership with Tasktop. This makes us the first Value Stream-level partner in the U.S. Providing a comprehensive suite of products, training, and resources, Tasktop and Agile Rising help customers uncover opportunities, deploy solutions, and capitalizing […]

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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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