Best Practices for Remote PI Planning

COVID-19 has forced many companies to operate in a remote-only work environment for the first time. This abrupt change demands organizations to respond with agility and adaptability so they can ensure business continuity, sustain Agile transformations, and maintain team engagement. However, very few companies feel prepared to handle large-scale remote work especially when it comes to Agile development teams who rely heavily on face-to-face interactions for vital ceremonies such as Program Increment (PI) Planning.

Executing a PI Planning event with fully remote Agile teams can be daunting because it requires many considerations to ensure an engaged and productive session. Fortunately, there is excellent precedence as well as great tools and practices to facilitate successful remote PI ceremonies.

Join this webinar to ask your most pressing questions and learn best practices and recommendations for Remote PI Planning success from expert practitioners. We will share our experiences from helping companies across industries strategize and execute PI Planning in today’s work-from-home era.

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Danny Presten

Chief Methodologist
Digital.ai (formerly CollabNet VersionOne)

Danny Presten is Chief Methodologist at Digital.ai (formerly CollabNet VersionOne). Danny has several transformation tours of duty behind him in which he's worked in agile organizations, consulted with senior leaders and led training initiatives

Don Young

Senior Solution Architect
Digital.ai (formerly CollabNet VersionOne)

Don Young is a Senior Solution Architect at Digital.ai, formerly Collabnet VersionOne, provides technical pre-sales support and product coaching on Digital.ai’s Agile project management solution and is a certified SAFe™ Agilist with over 9 years of experience in the Agile space. He received his BSEE from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.