Aginext.io London 2020 is a conference for Agile Practitioners interested in the most advanced Agile practices and the emerging ones. The call for papers is open until the 30th November 2019. The Aginext London conference has about 50 spots for engaging talks and workshops plus opportunities for lightning talks and to facilitate networking sessions. A standard session is 45 minutes including questions and a workshop could be up to 105 minutes, while the shorter talks are 20 minutes.
Industry News on Scrum and Agile Software Development Project Management
Clarizen has added several new features to its Clarizen Go task management solution to enable enterprise teams to meet their goals while adopting simple agile workflows.
The Project Management Institute (PMI), the largest not-for-profit membership association for the project managers, has announced the acquisition of FLEX from Net Objectives. The FLEX approach helps organizations understand “what’s not working” at a system level and identify bottlenecks and eliminate them to improve workflows. In Agust, the PMI announced already the acquisition of Disciplined Agile (DA), the company created by Mark Lines and Scott Amble that is backing the Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) framework.
The Project Management Institute (PMI), announced last week the acquisition of Disciplined Agile (DA), the company created by Mark Lines and Scott Amble that is backing the Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) framework. DAD defines itself as “a people-first, learning-oriented hybrid agile approach to IT solution delivery”.
CollabNet VersionOne has announced the 13th annual State of Agile report. This year’s survey findings feature increased global diversity with more results from respondents in Europe, Asia, South America and Africa than the year before.
ProjectManager.com has unveiled a completely redesigned version of their project management software, marking the biggest software release in the growing SaaS company’s 11-year history. This release features a modern new user interface, upgrades to speed and performance, and most notably, a brand new Kanban board feature for Agile projects.
Atlassian, the vendor of the JIRA tool, has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire AgileCraft, a provider of enterprise agile planning software. AgileCraft helps enterprise organizations build and manage a ‘master plan’ of their most strategic projects and workstreams. AgileCraft helps enterprise organizations build and manage a ‘master plan’ of their most strategic projects and workstreams. The price of this acquisition for Atlassian is valued at approximately $166 million, comprising approximately $154 million in cash and the remainder in Atlassian restricted shares.