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  1.  Map

    The map shows the Agile Outcomes across the Path to Agility stages and levels. You can interact with the elements in the map to drill down into capabilities, add work items, and conduct an Agile Outcome Poll to get a high level heatmap.
  2. Objectives

    Leveraging Path to Agility Business Outcomes can help your leadership team clarify the objective of your improvement initiatives. You can run a Business Outcomes poll, set your top outcomes, and capture metrics per outcome.
  3. Dashboard

    Visualize performance and progress through a combination of roadmaps, business objectives, and action item backlogs.
  4. Getting Started

    Quick links for your journey... Path to Agility Approach If you are new to Path to Agility, visit this section of our knowledge base. Path to Agility Navigator Platform If you are new to P2ANav, we have a number of articles to familiarize yo...
  5. Prioritization

    Like a Product Owner would prioritize their product backlog, it is a good practice to identify and communicate which Agile Capabilities are important to make progress on in the near term and long term.
  6.  Assessments

    With Assessments you can gather data at the Agile Capability for each team, system, and organization.
  7. Path to Agility Approach

  8. Actions

    Overview Actions are related to specific Agile Outcomes or Agile Capabilities Actions are used to track impediments as well as improvement items Action items can be created and viewed from multiple locations with P2A Navigator Note: Depending...
  9. Preparing for an Assessment

    If you are relatively new to the concepts of Path to Agility, this article has content that you will find useful.
  10. Capabilities

    Overview A key objective is to be able to see progress from using the Path to Agility model . Clicking the Capabilities link in the top navigation bar of P2ANav provides an "at-a-glance" view for an organization, system, or team. ...