Upcoming Events at Agile Velocity Office
Jul 11, 2018 | 8:30 AM | Wednesday
The Leading SAFe® course is for leaders who want a systemic approach to prioritization and desire coordination across multiple teams.
Start on : July 11, 2018 8:30 AM Wednesday
End on : July 12, 2018 5:00 PM Thursday
This course is the first step towards SAFe proficiency, a framework proven to build trust, break down silos, and improve agility within organizations.
This course is for enterprises ready to scale Agile across a larger organization using Lean-Agile principles and practices of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®). Students will learn how to execute and release value through Agile Release Trains, how to create an Agile portfolio, and how to lead and nurture teams the Agile way. Students will receive their SAFe® Agilist (SA) certification at the completion of the 2-day class and upon passing the exam.
The Leading SAFe® course and Scaled Agile certification is for those involved in creating and leading the scaled Agile strategy. This includes leaders (managers, directors, and C-suite), Scrum team members, Program and Project managers, Portfolio managers and PMO’s, and architects at the enterprise, system, and solution level.
Who should go to Leading SAFe®
Leadership roles such as executive, director, manager, lead developers
Enterprise, System, and Team Architects
Experience in Scrum or software development, testing, business analysis, or product/project management
Leading SAFe® Learning Outcomes
Apply SAFe® to scale Lean and Agile development
Execute and support Agile Release Trains (ART)
Coordinate large value streams
Manage a Lean-Agile portfolio
Align the organization to one process model
Align the framework to their organization’s specific needs and context
Nurture and motivate all knowledge workers in addition to development team
Support and scale an Agile transformation across the entire enterprise
SAFe® vs. LeSS vs. SoS - Which is best?
Choosing a scaling framework is not a popularity contest. Whether it’s starting with Scrum of Scrums (SoS) or lightweight Nexus, the more involved LeSS, or the more comprehensive and popular SAFe®, it is about what is best for your teams and organization. It is also important to note that organizations do not have to adopt the ENTIRE framework all at once. Adopting every single piece of a scaling fram
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