Choosing the right toolset for Agile at Scale
As organisations scale agile practices from development to business teams, and up to portfolio and strategic levels, the way existing tools are used becomes a barrier. Can you customise and extend Jira to meet these new demands? Is a purpose-built technology like Jira Align the right choice?
Join our expert panel as they uncover how to make a sound choice of tooling for agile at scale. Taking your questions live, we'll explore factors such as framework choice, agile maturity, existing tooling, and organisational enablers and constraints, and compare and contrast the software solutions available.
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Jennifer believes in empowering organisations to make the "people, process, product" principle a reality. She regards 'process' as more than a document, but as the basis for an organisation's culture and future.
Vera Du Preez
Vera has been leading teams in the project lifecycle for over 10 years in the digital sphere, having worked closely with world-class organisations such as: Skype, Vodacom (ZA), and Google, to deliver best-in-class web apps from inception through to delivery. Vera has worked with teams through transformations in several organisations, be they large-scale strategic or more localised transition to agile ways of working from traditional delivery methods.
William works with teams to help them adopt new technology and processes to transform how their organisations deliver software and products to the market.
Senior Solutions Engineer, Atlassian
With over 20 years experience helping teams improve their scaled agile journey and be able to respond to the accelerating pace of change. Rob came to Atlassian by way of the AgileCraft acquisition, where he helped enterprise customers implement the solution now known as Jira Align.
Senior Transformation Consultant
Rizwan works with agile teams and enterprise organisations to understand, strategise, and ultimately deliver on large scale transformation projects. Rizwan believes the right attitude and approach to adapting new technology and continuous process improvement and learning is the key to organisational success and productivity, and most importantly, a positive and supportive work culture for teams.