The Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) is a proven publicly-facing framework for applying Lean and Agile practices at Enterprise level and for large programs where multiple teams are involved. While SAFe is freely available body of knowledge, it does not implement itself, nor does it prescribe organizational change management process that is typically required for successful implementation.
Many enterprises have gone down this path and lessons learned now are becoming more widely accessible.
Based on the learnings of hundreds of SAFe implementations, Scaled Agile Inc, has developed basic “implementing SAFe 1-2-3” pattern for successful SAFe adoption. It provides simple roadmap that helps everyone get aligned to common implementation strategy
This Webinar provides an overview of this successful pattern for Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) implementation, along with the pointers to the growing community of service provider who are ready and willing to help your organization make this critical transformation to reap business benefits
The webinar will help the participants to:
- Get an understanding of the three basic steps of SAFe 1-2-3 which involves training Lean-Agile Change agents, Key stakeholders of the program that is going to be initiated and how to launch Agile release trains.
The webinar would cover the following main areas:
- The challenges of Scaling Agile
- What is Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®)
- The four levels of Scaled Agile Framework® - SAFe® 4.0
- What is Agile Release Train (ART)
- Role of Lean-Agile Change Agents in leading Agile transformation with SAFe
- How to train Executives, Managers and Leaders to adapt to Lean-Agile mindset for successful implementation of SAFe
- How to train teams and launch Agile Release trains and continuously improve the trains with Inspect and Adapt workshops
This webinar would be useful for:
- Managers, Leaders and Key stakeholders responsible for leading initiatives.
- Project teams who are already practicing Agile, want to explore scaling their methods to address large program context