Rally Software Hosts Webinar Series on Succeeding with Agile Software Development

Series of three webinars will help companies adopt and scale Agile practices at the team, program and enterprise level

BOULDER, Colo., May 23, 2007 - Rally Software Development Corp., the leading provider of products and services that help companies succeed with Agile software development, today announced it will host a three-part webinar series beginning June 5, 2007. The webinar series will cover implementing Agile at a team level, scaling Agile for large projects and using tools to help lead the change effort across an entire organization.

During the webinars, Rally coaches, customers and executives will share proven practices and tools for adopting and scaling Agile practices at the team, program and enterprise level.

  • Part 1: Implementing Agile at a Team Level - Experience has shown that successful Agile adoptions often begin at the team level and must be guided by a clear, step-wise approach. In this webinar, Certified ScrumMaster, author and professional facilitator Jean Tabaka concentrates on Agile guidelines that emphasize flow at the team level.
    Date/Time: Tuesday, June 5 at 1:00 p.m. EDT
    Registration: www.agilejournal.com/content/view/405/53/
  • Part 2: Five Levels of Agile Planning - Certified ScrumMaster Trainer and popular industry speaker Hubert Smits will guide participants through Agile practices when applied to large-scale projects. Rally VP of product development Zach Nies will share how teams can use Rally's Agile life cycle management solutions to plan, communicate and track project progress across multiple teams.
    Date/Time: Tuesday, June 12 at 1:00 p.m. EDT
    Registration: www.agilejournal.com/content/view/404/53/
  • Part 3: Tooling in an Agile Environment - To explore the role of tools as a change-enabler in adopting Agile, Rally founder and chief technology officer Ryan Martens will introduce an organizational change model from waterfall to Agile, including how project/program visibility, tracking and signaling tools can help lead the change effort.
    Date/Time: Tuesday, June 12 at 1:00 p.m. EDT
    Registration: www.agilejournal.com/content/view/421/53/

"In order to successfully adopt Agile software development practices, teams need a tight combination of Agile tools, coaching and knowledge of best practices," said Ryan Martens, founder and CTO of Rally. "We're proud to have award-winning Agile life cycle management tools and high-caliber coaches to help customers complete their Agile transformation," said Martens.

Registration is free for all three webinars and can be found at www.agilejournal.com by clicking on the 'Webcast Series' button.

About Rally

From an initial pilot project to enterprise rollout, Rally helps companies succeed with Agile software development - one of the fastest growing trends in the technology industry. Rally's family of Agile life cycle management products give teams the visibility and collaboration needed to deliver high-value software in rapid iterations, and its world-renowned coaching services help mentor teams to create internal Agile experts. Based in Boulder, Colo., Rally maps an incremental road to Agile adoption for thousands of subscribers from leading software vendors, Internet companies and corporate development teams. For more information, visit www.rallydev.com.


Press Contact: Anne Greenhaw

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