Lean Agile Software Train, Part 2

Dean Leffingwell author of Agile Software Requirements: Lean Requirements Practices for Teams, Programs, and the Enterprise (Agile Software Development Series) was the guest on the Businss901 podcast. I talked to Dean so long that I divided the podcast into two parts. The 1st part, Lean Agile Software Train, part 1 published last Tuesday. That podcast is under thirty minutes and touches more upon Dean’s experience with organizations. The 2nd part below takes the deep dive into building the Lean Agile Software Enterprise.

Download Podcast: Click and choose options: Lean Agile Software Train, Part 2 or go to the Business901 iTunes Store.

About: Dean Leffingwell is a consultant, entrepreneur, software executive and technical author who provides product strategy, business advisory services and enterprise-level agility coaching to large software enterprises.

Mr. Leffingwell was founder and CEO of consumer marketing identity company ProQuo, Inc. Dean has also served as chief methodologist to Rally Software and as business consultant to Ping Identity Corporation and Roving Planet, Inc. Formerly, he served as Vice President of Rational Software, now IBM’s Rational Division, where he was responsible for the Rational Unified Process and promulgation of the UML. Previously, Leffingwell was co-founder and CEO of software tools company Requisite, Inc., makers of RequisitePro for requirements management, which was acquired by Rational. Mr. Leffingwell was also the founder and CEO of RELA, Inc., and publicly held Colorado MEDtech.

Info on Dean:
Dean’s Website
Dean’s Blog
Dean’s other Book(Amazon): Scaling Software Agility: Best Practices for Large Enterprises

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