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Managing an agile project pipeline

How do you go about planning the delivery for the year when you work with agile projects? I work in a supplier capacity and need to be able to roughly estimate deilvery dates for projects across the year and understand capacity. I'm new to agile as I've been working with waterfall and that does work easily with scheduling across multiple teams for the year. I'd appreciate any advice anyone could give.

Hannah Foster's picture Hannah Foster
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