Join Doug Rose for an in-depth discussion in this video Log into VersionOne, part of Agile Project Management: Comparing Agile Tools.
- [Instructor] This next group of videos…is about Version One.…Now Version One has been around for quite some time.…It's been around since 2002, and it's been coming out…with new versions of its software…every few months ever since,…and so it's improved a lot over time.…Now Version One is really positioned to be part…of the Microsoft project of agile project management.…In fact, they call their software…Agile Lifecycle Management software,…so it's sort of got this big picture view of agile.…It's really one of the first software packages…that we've looked at which tries to get you…to be more agile.…
By using the tool, you should have an easier time…embracing a more agile mindset,…and I think that's consistent with their slogan,…"Agile Made Easier."…Now this software's only available as a service.…It's a software as service model.…So you buy different packages of this software…that charges you a certain amount per user per month.…There's Catalyst Package, which is just…basic team management.…Then there's Enterprise, which allows you to go through…
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- Remembering agile values
- Evaluating different agile tools, including cloud-based options
- Creating a backlog with Excel
- Setting up sprints in JIRA
- Portfolio planning in VersionOne
- Creating tasks in Microsoft's Team Foundation Server
- Running reports with CA Agile Central
- Checking team analytics in CA Agile Central
- Deciding which tool fits your team
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Evaluating Different Tools
2. Microsoft Excel
3. Atlassian: JIRA
5. Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS)
6. CA Agile Central (formerly Rally)
Log into AgilityHealth1m 27s
8. Deciding What to Use
Identify a few tools3m 13s
Next steps1m 25s
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