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Choose your Agile Way of Working

Experience the evolutionary Agile transformation with multiple Ways of Working (WoW)


Agile Way of Working

An Agile Way of Working (WoW) defines a specific Agile working model that each project or product team chooses to implement. It helps teams decide the Agile methods, processes and practices they want to use. This gives the team maximum flexibility to work with minimum constraints and therefore, optimizes their performance. A WoW helps teams adopt and evolve Agile methods and practices that best fit their team and organizational needs.

WoW incorporates various industry-standard Agile frameworks and methods available and consists planning models, functionalities, work-area types or levels, plannable entities, terminologies, and a set of pre-configured apps.

Jile provides six pre-configured WoW templates that are available out-of-the-box, including

  • Scrum
  • Kanban
  • Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®)
  • Disciplined Agile (DA)
  • Large Scale Scrum (LeSS)
  • Agile Portfolio

Each of these ways are pre-configured and can be customized based on the organizational needs.

Six ways of working - Scrum, DA, LeSS, kanban, SAFe, Agile Portfolio

Scrum

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Scrum is an agile framework for developing and sustaining complex products in an iterative and incremental manner. Scrum helps the teams to manage product development activities using scrum framework. It helps the teams to manage the product backlog, plan and track iterations and manage impediments and iteration retrospectives.

In Jile, scrum way of working helps the teams to:

  • Define the product vision using a vision canvas
  • Set up teams, roles and define their historical velocity
  • Manage product backlog as epics and stories
  • Breakdown stories into development tasks
  • Define and plan stories into iteration time-boxes
  • Track iteration progress on scrum boards
  • Identify and track iteration impediments
  • Perform retrospectives and track action items
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Kanban

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Kanban is a Lean Agile tool that supports a continuous flow model, where the work is planned in a continuous fashion based on Work in Process (WIP) limits. Kanban is used by software development teams to manage the flow of features in the software development work or by support and maintenance teams to manage their operations work.

In Jile, the kanban way of working helps teams to:

  • Manage work items as features, stories or support work items
  • Track the flow of work on a kanban board
  • Configure Work in Process limits
  • Define stage policies and custom board statuses
  • Track flow metrics such as throughput, lead time, wait time
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Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®)

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SAFe® is a framework for scaling agile that helps enterprises to continuously deliver value on a regular and predictable schedule. SAFe® supports the full range of development environments with support for multiple configurations such as Essential SAFe®, Portfolio SAFe®, Large Solution SAFe® and Full SAFe®.

In Jile, the SAFe® way of working helps enterprises to:

  • Define their portfolio, programs and large solutions
  • Define portfolio and program vision
  • Set up agile release trains (ART)
  • Manage multi-level backlogs as epics, features, stories and enablers
  • Plan and track program increments
  • Manage and execute test cases
  • Automate deployment pipeline

Disciplined Agile (DA)

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Disciplined Agile (DA) is a process improvement toolkit that provides lightweight guidance to help organizations streamline their processes in a context-sensitive manner, providing a solid foundation for business agility. DA supports Agile Delivery, Agile Continuous Delivery, Lean Delivery, Lean Continuous Delivery and Program lifecycles.

In Jile, the DA way of working helps enterprises to:

  • Define their products
  • Set up team and team-of-teams
  • Define team velocity or throughput
  • Manage backlogs as features and stories
  • Plan releases and iterations
  • Track flow of work on kanban boards
  • Manage and execute tests
  • Automate the deployment pipeline
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Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS)

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Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) is a lightweight Agile framework for scaling Scrum, Lean and Agile development to many teams working on a single product. LeSS framework consists of two configurations: Basic LeSS for 2 to 8 teams and LeSS Huge for 8+ teams.

In Jile, the LeSS way of working helps enterprises to:

  • Define their products and product areas
  • Set up team-of-teams and define their velocity
  • Manage multi-level backlogs as features and stories
  • Plan and synchronize iterations across multiple teams
  • Track iterations on scrum boards
  • Identify and track iteration impediments
  • Perform retrospectives and track action items
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Agile Portfolio

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Agile portfolio management framework helps organizations identify, prioritize and manage multiple products in a streamlined manner. Portfolio management provides strategic direction and governance for different products in the portfolio such that product teams build and deliver software solutions aligned with the larger portfolio vision and goals.

In Jile, the Agile Portfolio way of working helps enterprises to:

  • Define portfolio and products
  • Define portfolio vision and objectives
  • Manage portfolio and product backlog as initiatives, epics and stories
  • Plan and track synchronized releases and iterations
  • Track the flow of work on kanban boards
  • Identify and track impediments
  • Manage retrospectives and track action items
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