Enterprise Release Management: Agile Delivery of a Strategic Change Portfolio
An indispensable resource for business leaders, IT professionals and project managers working to effect positive change in their organizations, this innovative book presents a new paradigm for the management of evolving business and IT architectures. Enterprise release management takes a holistic view of change that offers a synthesis of traditional management approaches, including project and change management, enterprise architecture, and development practices like configuration and release management. Unlike many books that simply focus on portfolio planning, this practical reference establishes an end to end release framework which ensures initiatives are planned and prioritized to streamline portfolio execution and delivery. Benefits of the release-centric approach advocated include reduced execution and operational risk, improved demand management and optimized release throughput. This unique book offers a fresh enterprise perspective that addresses strategic change and the release life cycle, providing executives and managers with the tools they need to chart and track the course of their business.
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Agile Delivery of a Strategic Change Portfolio 1 The Evolving Enterprise
Agile Delivery of a Strategic Change Portfolio 2 Embracing Change and Complexity
Agile Delivery of a Strategic Change Portfolio 3 The Enterprise Pattern
Agile Delivery of a Strategic Change Portfolio 4 The Project Paradigm
Agile Delivery of a Strategic Change Portfolio 5 ReleaseCentric Planning and Design
Agile Delivery of a Strategic Change Portfolio 6 Delivering the Enterprise Release
Agile Delivery of a Strategic Change Portfolio 7 The Enterprise Release Paradigm
Agile Delivery of a Strategic Change Portfolio 8 The Enterprise Release Life Cycle
Agile Delivery of a Strategic Change Portfolio 9 Practicing Enterprise Release Management
Agile Delivery of a Strategic Change Portfolio About the Author
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