The FBI badly needed a more secure and functional operational process. After several high profile scandals, they attempted to reorganise and build a new IT system...
They set up a traditional business change project based on a big design up front that failed to deliver. They made another attempt at a 'Waterfall' project, called 'Sentinel' - but that attempt stalled
They had wasted $600m and 8 years on traditional attempts to design, build, test and implement a monolithic IT system and flawed business processes
There was only one course of action they could take to recover the Sentinel project: "Agile Project Management"
During this webinar Brian Wernham explains how agile project management saved the FBI, and how you can use it to decrease the risk of failure of business change projects.
Answers to the questions submitted during the webinar that Brian was unable to answer can be viewed here.