- What are the requirements to succeed in the digital age?
- Recognize SAFe® as a business agility operating system.
- Describe the seven pillars of business agility in brief.
The main goal of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) is to synchronise, align, communicate, and plan the release of solutions created by several Agile teams. Simply said, the SAFe® framework will allow the team to expand or decrease the demand based on the needs of the organisation in an Agile development environment. The necessary scaling support is provided, enabling cross-functional and cross-organizational teams to produce solutions on time.
You will discover how to:
Learn more about the following nine inescapable SAFe® principles below:
Refer to the system thinking approach.
Keep your options and assume inconsistency.
Utilize embedded learning cycles while building increments quickly.
Consider the working system's goal and mark it as a milestone.
Reduce batch size, manage backlog size, and anticipate & limit WIP.
Coordinate with cross-domain planning and keep a professional demeanour .
Release the skilled team members' inherent excitement.
Distribute responsibility for making decisions and give everyone time to reflect.
- How to discover what customers need
- Use DevOps to deploy
- Release on Request
- Consistently boost performance
Program Increment is the term used to describe how the Agile Release Train (ART) provides incremental value in the form of software and systems that have been built and tested over a certain period of time. Each PI makes use of harmonisation to ensure program-level retrospectives are conducted consistently, to streamline feedback value summaries, to limit work-in-progress (WIP), and to smooth out planning progress. The PI planning method should be become accustomed to as it offers superior potential for portfolio management and road mapping.
Here, you may learn the most effective ways to use DevOps to create and maintain a pipeline for continuous delivery. The workflow, activity, and automation needed to give a continuous release of value to the consumer will be provided through this.
In the meantime, you learn more about:
The following learning objectives are related to cross-functional agile teams, which are the core of any agile framework and drive agility:
Construct cross-functional Agile Teams in advance.
Describe the internal quality procedures.
Recommend using Agile Release Trains to organise around value (ARTs).
- What are the goals and components of a SAFe portfolio?
- Create well-written strategic themes.
- Describe the present and future states using the portfolio canvas.
- Formulate grand hypotheses to guide the vision.
- Differentiate between conventional and Lean budgeting techniques
- Create a Portfolio Kanban system.
You will discover the proper methods for implementing SAFe techniques and tenets across a number of SAFe portfolios in your organisation. The following will be thoroughly taught to you from this session.
- Describe the conduct needed to set an example.
- Go over strategies for implementing change successfully.
- Be able to identify the SAFe Implementation Roadmap's steps.
The adoption of Lean-Agile development and the skills that lead to Business Agility, as well as their effectiveness and continual improvement, are the responsibility of an organization's managers, executives, and other leaders. The mechanisms that control how work is done can only be changed and continuously improved by them. By mastering the following qualities, you may guide your lean-agile business: