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Webinar | July 2012 - Webinar SEI Agile Research Forum: Agile Methods: Agile Methods ... By Mary Ann Lapham

Mary Ann Lapham describes research into ways that help the DoD overcome technical and cultural resistance to Agile methods.

Webinar | July 2017 - Webinar Practical Considerations in Adopting Agile/Lean in ... By Suzanne Miller, Eileen Wrubel

This webinar summarizes much of what the SEI has learned in its eight years of researching and facilitating adoption of Agile and Lean methods in software-reliant systems in government.

Webinar | March 2014 - Webinar Taking Advantage of Agile while Minimizing Risk By David Zubrow

Watch Dave Zubrow discuss “Taking Advantage of Agile while Minimizing Risk” at the Agile for Government Summit.

Webinar | November 2008 - Webinar Recursion in the CMMI Project Management Process Areas By Alfred Schenker

November 20, 2008 presentation by Fred Schenker on Recursion in the CMMI Project Management Process Areas; explores recursion and iteration and their use in CMMI.

Webinar | October 2011 - Webinar SEI Technologies Forum: Software Acquisition Program ... By William E. Novak

This presentation, “Software Acquisition Program Dynamics,” was made by William E. Novak of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at the SEI Technologies Forum in 2011.

Webinar | January 2016 - Webinar A Taxonomy of Testing Types By Donald Firesmith

Watch Donald Firesmith discuss a taxonomy of testing types to clarify the grand scope of testing and enable attendees to better select the appropriate types of testing for their specific needs.

Webinar | June 2009 - Webinar A Practical Approach for Managing Risk By Christopher J. Alberts, Audrey J. Dorofee

In this 2009 webinar, the authors provide an overview of the Mosaic approach, a suite of methods used to manage risk across the lifecycle and supply chain.