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Second Annual Agile Executive Forum Offers Senior IT Executives Strategies For Successful Agile Practices In The Enterprise

PORTLAND, Ore. May 21, 2012 Aug. 13 Grapevine Dallas Texas

Todd Little

The craft of building and deploying software has been modernized during the past decade through Agile development approaches that have matured from team-based, grassroots initiatives to enterprise deployments that extend across all functions within the software development process. The Agile Executive Forum addresses how Agile methods and frameworks are increasing speed-to-value, creating enterprise agility and driving large-scale transformations for increased productivity, collaboration and innovation. The one-day event will look at real world examples shared by practicing executives.

"Last year we had more than 60 senior-level executives from organizations like Dell,, GAP and Sabre share experiences on how Agile is impacting their organizations," said  Lisa Shoop, Executive Forum Conference Co-Chair. "The conference breaks new ground in the decade-long advancement of Agile delivery and how agility, adaptive leadership and advanced technologies help increase an organization’s competitive edge."

The Agile Executive Forum is structured as a combination of compelling keynotes and short presentations of experiences spotlighting innovative success stories and transformation challenges, breakout discussions with exploration and problem resolution, and group events with opportunities for networking and community-building. Offered as a convenient one-day event, attendees can tailor their agenda with carefully selected portfolio of presentations, workshops and conversations to integrate enterprise agility into future strategies that align seemingly disparate goals, teams and reserves.

$2,400 Aug. 13 to 17 $2,199

About the Agile Alliance August 13-17 Grapevine Dallas

Christie Denniston

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SOURCE Agile Alliance Executive Forum

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