Boston-focused Agile/Scrum/SAFe Training/Consulting
AgileSparks has been helping organizations such as Intel, Siemens, HP, Philips achieve agility since 2008. (Check out what these companies and others have to say)
The Boston metro area and New England, in general, is home to one of our leading practitioners – Yuval Yeret and a major market for us – focusing on Scrum, Scaling, Scrum with Kanban, and Agile Marketing.
We’ve been running advanced SAFe workshops such as Implementing SAFe (SPC4) , Release Train Engineer (RTE) as well as Scrum.org classes such as Professional Scrum with Kanban and others in the area since 2015.
Why Choose Agile with AgileSparks in Boston / New England
Our clients in the Boston/New England area tell us they appreciate working with an established world-class player AND they prefer to work with someone who has a strong local presence not just flying in, teaching a class, and leaving.
They come to our workshops or engage with us to help in their implementation after meeting Yuval Yeret our SPCT/PST in local meetups and conferences.
When it comes to attending a public agile training class people have become wary of registering to a scheduled class only to have it get canceled since the vendor was scheduling speculative classes. Our agile workshops in Boston are strategic for us which explains why we rarely had to cancel a class here in the area.
“Yuval’s class is great! His broad experience as a consultant and active member of various Agile communities helps in connecting the dots. He also adds examples from his own experience to practically every aspect and subject of the class. His interactive teaching style stimulates conversation and learning by building on his experiences and knowledge as well as that of class attendees.”
Yuval is more than just a SAFe SME (subject matter expert), he has a great breadth of lean-agile experience as well. This affords him the ability to speak to nearly anyone's unique situation and to maximize their learning value. This included at the personal learning level within SAFe as well as the professional level regarding the challenges their organization wanted to solve.
Yuval has the experience to back up his training style. Whenever anti-patterns cropped up he was able to put them down and exemplify the lean-agile mindset required to be a SAFe practitioner.