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A Product Manager's Guide to Surviving the Transition to Agile Development

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Salesforce.com's year of living dangerously as we moved our entire R&D organization from a Waterfall based approach to an Agile model in just 3 months

* How Product Managers survived the transition, and what we have learned

* Why Agile development works so well for Software as a Service (Saas) and Platform-as-a-Service (Paas) companies

During these 18 months, Salesforce.com has refined and measured our progress and learned many lessons. It was a risky approach that has ultimately delivered dramatic results and extraordinary business value.

Rasmus will present the approach Salesforce.com took, the business value we achieved, and the impact on team morale as measured by our quarterly team wide survey.

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  • No guts - no glory. I hope this message resonates. In fact, I’m betting my company on SaaS, Agile, and Customer Feedback for Product Management. The rank and file are on board --- it’s the executive teams that needs to show more leadership. Imagine, if Microsoft only had the chutzpah…
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A Product Manager's Guide to Surviving the Transition to Agile Development

  1. 1. YEAR OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY A Product Manager’s Guide to Surviving the Transition to Agile Development Silicon Valley Product Management Association July 2nd - 2008 Rasmus Mencke

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