Morgan Campbell is a member of the Rally Marketing team, and loves all things Customer Success and Advocacy. When he’s not helping Rally Customers, Morgan is riding motorcycles, listening to music or checking out the latest gadget. He has a BS in Industrial Technology and Management from California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo.
You’ve heard the saying, “It takes a village.” At Rally, we believe it takes an integrated network of technology and services partners to make the most of your Agile transformation.
That’s why the Expo floor at this year's RallyON!™ Agile conference pulls together top organizations such as CA Technologies, QA Symphony, and Scaled Agile, Inc. — all industry-leading Rally partners that can help you deliver at the new pace of change.
We talk about how change is happening faster than ever, but that doesn’t mean we need to push change via massive, top-to-bottom initiatives. We see it happening in far more dynamic ways, and so does Dan Pink, one of our exciting RallyON!™ 2015 keynote speakers.
Change is happening fast and furious in the business world. With so much pressure to keep up, it can be hard to take your foot off the gas pedal, even for a few days. Occasionally, though, it’s important to pull over and check the map to make sure you’re still on the right road.
If you’ll excuse the extended metaphor, we’d like to humbly offer RallyON!™ 2015 as a rest stop on your way to business agility.
Aha moments. Diverse conversations and insights. Engaging workshops. Extraordinary stories. And most important, action items to take back to your day job.
When people experience something truly unique at an event, it sticks with them.
Collaboration can have a big impact on your business. It stimulates creativity and innovation to drive success. Empowered teams that deliver fast are critical to your ability to win in today’s uber-competitive, fast-moving business environment. But how do you enable effective collaboration with a distributed workforce, including teams that are spread out across time zones?
Are you a fan of tracking your team’s progress against a release? We are.
Do you like to have visibility into your features and PSI’s? We do.
I think we’re a lot alike, you and I.
If that’s true, then I think you’re going to love a new chart we just released, called the “Release Burndown Chart.”
Quick poll: What’s the most epic <wink> attraction in Nashville next week?
(a) The Country Music Hall of Fame?
(b) The Grand Ole Opry?
(c) Rally’s Agile 2013 speaking sessions?
Well, Nashville’s a pretty cool town, so we’re not going to compete with Music City USA’s legendary institutions.
But we do expect to do battle with the ubiquitous music junkies -- full beards, jaunty hats, mandolins, and all -- with our super-star roster of Agile evangelists and evangelistas.
So, you know Rally pretty well. Your planning sessions are smooth, your Iterations progress nicely, and you are even starting to look at leveraging SAFe to scale Agile up within your company. Life is good.
But, you want to take your Rally “Power-User-ness” to the next level. You are passionate about improving your game. You want to be the Gretzky of User Stores. The Jordan of Defects. The Pele of Portfolio Items. A Master of Rally.