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Agile Innovation

Innovation is increasingly the key to commercial success, with leading companies producing new products and new features at an ever faster rate. Yet innovation is often seen as uncontrollable – the unexpected result of fortuitous happenstance. So how do top teams do it so consistently? The answer is by putting themselves in the path of innovation with Agile processes, such as those outlined in Eric Ries' The Lean Startup.

Estimated time for this course: 60 minutes
Audience: Advanced
Suggested Prerequisites: Lean Start-up

Upon completion you will:

  • Understand the three types of innovation
  • Know the basic premise of Eric Reise's Lean Start-up
  • Learn how to build innovation into your process
  • Qualify for Scrum Alliance SEUs and PMI PDUs. See FAQ for details

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Agile Innovation Overview:
How many people still tote around a BlackBerry? Take print photographs? Enter an actual bank? Yet innovation is often seen as uncontrollable – the unexpected result of fortuitous happenstance. So how do top teams do it so consistently? In the online course below, find the best practices that will enable your Team to structure and accelerate the process of innovation and stay ahead of the competition. With special guests Arlen Bankston from LitheSpeed, this course will give you a new approach to iterative development that you can start implementing immediately. Innovate or Die!
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