Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned veteran, you see the benefits of Agile methodologies. You love iterations, you move fast, and your code is clean. But your world is bigger than just your code. Important ad-hoc work doesn’t live in sprints. Critical work falls through the cracks because you have multiple streams of work requests. You can’t collaborate on the work across teams.

In this webinar, learn how to:

  • Select the best methodology for the job—no more square pegs and round holes.
  • Optimize for DevOps—deploy software using Continuous Delivery principles with one end-to-end tool.
  • Prioritize work across multiple projects—make sure the right work gets done at the right time.
  • Collaborate in the context of work—stop losing work in email and chat, and eliminate expensive and frequent status meetings.
  • Do it all, in one tool—request management, work prioritization, Agile, ad-hoc work, traditional projects, and collaboration. Don’t bolt on a disconnected tool.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how your team can go beyond traditional Agile tools and manage the entire lifecycle of work.

About the presenters


Jesse Dowdle

Engineering Director


Jesse Dowdle heads all product development efforts for the Workfront technology group in the U.S. and overseas. Great products are the result of innovative design and the engineering magic that brings it to life. Jesse sits at the intersection of these disciplines, equally comfortable with highly technical concepts and customer interaction. To ship software at lightning speed, Jesse drives thought leadership on continuous delivery, development best practice, and process evolution. Jesse is happiest when he’s building great products, and sees technology, process and people as equally important prerequisites for success. Jesse is a native of Utah, where he enjoys fast cars, three children, and one wife.


Andras Bori



Andras is responsible for driving the strategic direction setting of technical operations and managing the execution and delivery of the project roadmaps.

“Agile methodologies have found their stride in enterprise teams of all kinds—from development, to QA, and engineering. Yet, those teams often struggle with using many other point solutions to communicate, and manage other types of work. This results in lost productivity, poor visibility, and disconnected collaboration.”