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Measuring the Results of Your Agile Adoption


Measuring the Results of Your Agile Adoption

Date / Time
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
8 AM PT / 11 PM ET
[click here to register]

Duration
1 hour

Presented By
Dr. Dobb's Webinar

Overview

Going agile? Sounds like a smart move, considering the pressures we all face in lieu of the economy. But in this world of increased scrutiny, how do you showcase that your agile adoption is leading to better results? In this webcast we will discuss how Measured Capability Improvement Framework can help you get to the bottom of those questions, and set you onto a path of measured success.

Presenters:

  • Per Kroll — Chief Solution Architect, Measured Capability Improvement Framework

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