Favro, a cloud-based planning and collaboration app for agile businesses, has announced plans to separate from Hansoft, a project management software firm. The separation of the two businesses will serve to enhance Favro’s competitive posture to accelerate the company’s growth strategy.
Industry News on Scrum and Agile Software Development Project Management
The the Sunday before the start of the Agile2017 Conference, the Agile Alliance is organizing the Women In Agile Workshop on the theme “Empowering the Changing Face of Agile.
The Agile Alliance has announced that the Agile Alliance Board of Directors has elected officers for the 2017 term. The board — comprised of Agile thought leaders from a variety of backgrounds and countries — shares its passion to deliver software better every day with Agile professionals around the world.
The Scrum Alliance has announced that Lisa Hershman will serve as interim CEO. Hershman joined the Scrum Alliance Board of Directors in 2015 and will step away from her newly elected position as Board Chair to support Scrum Alliance as interim CEO.
Go2Group has released ConnectALL 2.6.1 for VersionOne. The VersionOne adapter in ConnectALL lets you efficiently manage all levels of enterprise agile project management. You can integrate VersionOne projects with other agile tools to enhance collaboration and optimize your agile project management. Each team can work on the application of its choice and all data between agile tools flows bi-directionally. ConnectALL integrates the most popular Application Lifecycle Management tools using a “configuration, not coding” approach.
Organizations that attempt to scale agile need significant structural changes and support. CMMI helps organizations reap the benefits of agile and scale its adoption across teams, divisions, and the global enterprise. CMMI Institute has released “A Guide to Scrum and CMMI: Improving Agile Performance with CMMI” to help users adopt and implement CMMI to improve performance in agile organizations.
Atlassian has just announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Trello, the online project management service that gained more than 19 million registered users in just five years. The acquisition is valued at approximately $425 million, which is comprised of approximately $360 million in cash and the remainder in Atlassian restricted shares, restricted share units and options to acquire Atlassian shares.