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08/26/2015
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Chances are, you or someone you know has “cut the cord” recently — canceled your cable TV subscription service in favor of the alternatives, like a set-top box, rabbit ears, streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu, or Internet-delivered media. Here in the United States, one survey found that more than eight percent of cable TV subscribers had cut the cord last year.
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08/19/2015
At a large big room planning (BRP) event run by one of our customers recently, between 400 and 500 people spent two days planning their next 12 weeks of work. The stakes were high, as the health care product they are racing their competitors to deliver must go live by January 1st.  Rally talks about big room planning as the “secret...
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08/12/2015
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This post originally appeared at the Flowdock blog.  At Flowdock, we quite unsurprisingly think chat is a pretty good form of communication. However, sometimes it falls short in depth of expression. Solid punctuation helps, but intonation and stress unfortunately are not available in text form. To make up for those...
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08/04/2015
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Rally customers have always been front and center at RallyON conferences — filling the audience and the speaking agenda with their experiences, knowledge, and ideas. But at this year's RallyON 2015 conference, our customers were so engaged they nearly blew up the conference app. Since their commentary did such a great job of...
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07/31/2015
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How does a 120-year-old insurance company get more value out of its agile transformation in 2 years than a high-tech company that’s been practicing agile for 14 years? Well, it has something to do with bad habits that form when organizations don’t scale agile beyond the team level. Or they coordinate work to include the business and...
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07/16/2015
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To this point, I’ve covered topics around failure in leadership and failure in workflow. It’s now time to dig a bit deeper into the question, How does your organization “show up?" That is, What’s the overall sense of how people take ownership for their behavior in the transformation? What healthy alignments emerge among the teams? When a...
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08/14/2012
Tyler Dillerstone of HomeAway was like many of us and used large sticky notes in his team area to make a clear visualization of stories. As I am sure most of you know by now, Kanban teams like to make as many things as clear and obvious as possible and their work on the Kanban board is never the least of these. One of the main problems...
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08/07/2012
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Hi, I’m Ryan. I’m a regular poster over at the Rally Engineering Blog. Over there, it’s well known that I’m a keyboard fanatic. Recently, I even hinted about a snazzy feature I was implementing during hackathon.Ever since I started using Rally, the fact that I needed to grab the mouse to do anything drove me nuts. I love the keyboard...
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10/03/2010
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We've been creating a number of series in our Agile Blog that we'd like to make sure you know about. All of these posts exist individually on the blog; this page is intended to help show how they are connected. Here you can find an overall description of each series and a collection of all links in that series. The page includes both in-...
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10/01/2013
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I have been influenced by Hawken, Senge, Anderson, Benioff, and Branson as my heroes in business, and I have come to believe that business has the largest role to play in addressing the world’s toughest problems, and can and must become the largest force of good on the planet.  As I started working on Rally these beliefs...
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03/06/2013
Many of our customers are in some stage of transition to an agile approach, and for large companies, a hybrid process is the norm, with some teams/projects/programs using an agile approach and others using a more traditional, waterfall-based approach. As the agile teams adopt Rally, it’s easy to see their progress through the stories,...
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