Tasktop offers free webinars covering a range of topics including Scaled Agile, analytics, value stream integration, product updates and more. Register today for an upcoming Tasktop webinar or watch recordings from our past webinars.
March 2: 10:00am Vancouver | 1:00pm Boston | 6:00pm London
Transformation to Agile at scale typically takes 1-3 years. There is a pattern of adoption that most companies go through that achieves initial gains, but tends to stagnate after the initial improvement.
Join Tasktop VP of Industry Strategy, Betty Zakheim, and Net Objectives CEO, Al Shalloway, to learn:
We won’t build your software for you, but we will transform *how* you build it, making your software delivery process better and faster.
Join us to learn how Tasktop allows your disconnected tools to act harmoniously by automating collaboration, traceability, and visibility from ideation to production, enabling your organization to accelerate its business value delivery.
Product Managers Cynthia Mancha and Trevor Bruner do a live demo to show you how Tasktop lets you:
Everyone is talking about improving software delivery using Agile and DevOps. They've had some success - but the secret nobody is talking about is that it's not really working at enterprise scale.
In this webinar, we'll discuss:
The adoption of Agile methods has made it more difficult for PMs to have full visibility into the software development lifecycle. The velocity of change is greater than in the past, and the information they need to get the full picture of status to report to PMOs, business units, and senior management is spread across different systems, often requiring manual collection. This information scavenger hunt makes it extremely difficult and time consuming to present real-time and accurate information.
A successful Agile transformation requires a combination of people, process and technology, but too often these aspects are treated separately. Organizations need an approach that connects the entire application lifecycle with tools that are tightly integrated and automated to support processes.
In this webinar Dave West, CEO and Product Owner of Scrum.org, and Betty Zakheim, VP of Industry Strategy at Tasktop talk about the success of Scrum in the enterprise and techniques that organizations can employ when they have a large IT shop.
Join us for this discussion of the successes and challenges of Scrum at scale, including:
Agile and requirements management aren't exactly a match made in heaven. But, in many industries, there is a practical reality that mandates some successful marriage between true requirements management and Agile. If you are writing surveillances for regulating Wall Street or building the software for a pacemaker or the automated brake system for cars that have to meet standards in different countries, you have to make them work together.
In these cases, you will want to examine three areas to ensure that you can successfully implement requirements management and still operate in a “SAFe” way.
This webinar will examine these three areas and provide guidance to aid in your implementation of SAFe with requirements management.
Transforming your fragmented software development and delivery capability into a highly efficient DevOps machine won’t happen overnight. To deliver customer value faster, you must go on a journey of continuous improvement to connect teams, automate processes and eliminate waste from the value chain. This requires you to:
Learn how our customers are using connected lifecycle data to guide their enterprise DevOps journeys.
Everyone seems to want more software developed and produced faster. Yet simply ramping up the number of individuals able to produce software is not sufficient; it is also important to improve the productivity of the software developers. But, what is software development productivity anyway? When do software developers consider themselves productive? What friction exists in software development that lowers productivity? In this talk, Gail Murphy will discuss recent studies about software development productivity from the eyes of developers and will suggest directions to improve software development productivity based on the daily activities of software developers. This talk includes joint work with T. Fritz (U. Zürich), A. Meyer (U. Zürich) and T. Zimmermann (Microsoft Research).
Artifact Relationship Management (ARM) lets you recreate the structure and hierarchy between your ALM tools; creating order instead of chaos. Have a parent-child relationship on one side? ARM allows you to maintain this parent-child relationship on the other side of your integration. Watch this webinar to learn why maintaining links between your work items across your ecosystem saves you time & money.