Planning Agile and Iterative Projects

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In this webinar, Ian Spence introduces a proven, scalable approach to planning and managing iterative projects that improves agility and control while satisfying the needs of developers, managers, and the business. The techniques are easy to understand and easy to use with any agile methodology. This webinar will help you better understand how to plan agile and iterative projects.

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Ian Spence is chief scientist at Ivar Jacobson Consulting Ltd, an international consultancy company specializing in all aspects of software process improvement. As part of the Ivar Jacobson Technology Office he has been key in the development of EssWork and EssUP and the practice-based process improvement approach they recommend. An experienced iterative project manager, scrum master and coach, he has over 10 years experience of iterating with teams both large and small. Ian is an experienced trainer, conference speaker, and the co-author of the Addison Wesley books ‘Use-Case Modeling’ and ‘Managing Iterative Software Development Projects’.