why should I take an implementing SAFe course?

Why Should I take an Implementing SAFe Course?

We live in a faster world – economy, technology… Everything.
Organizations that react fast to changes and customers’ needs – are leading the market and reaping the rewards.
If you want to lead the way for a change and become a change agent then consider taking SAFe SPC training. Learn why.

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Why Certification is important

Why Certification is Important

Why Certification is Important.
SAFe certification has become increasingly popular in recent years as more organizations adopt agile methodologies to improve their software development processes.
One might have a deep understanding and experience working with SAFe, but still, a certification is not just nice to have; it has its value.
In this post, we outline the reasons for it.

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Maximizing Employee Engagement with Agile

The great resignation? Quiet quitting? The global engagement crisis?

Maximizing employee engagement has been an ongoing challenge, and now more than ever, it should be on every organization’s agenda.

Agile and Scrum, through their values, principles and practices provide many opportunities to increase employee engagement.

Increasing individuals and teams’ autonomy is one of the keys to engagement.

Let’s zoom in on the scrum events. How can you leverage these to increase autonomy?
Check the list of actions you can take.

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How to Get the Best of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with Lean/Agile?

During the last few years, we have seen that nearly all technology based products and services must learn to leverage AI in order to compete effectively in the marketplace. We recommend adopting Lean/Agile principles and practices for this purpose. In this manner, organizations can continuously improve time to market and realize exceptional value early and often. In this post we’ll describe the top challenges that we see in the field as well as tips and tricks for applying Agile to get the best of AI. These are all patterns that we’ve applied successfully at AgileSparks in our work with a diverse set of clients. What are the top challenges that we’ve seen in the field regarding AI in the organization?

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Practice Makes…

Finding true success with your SAFe implementation

We all believe that practice makes perfect.  However, if you practice the wrong things the only thing you are perfecting is the wrong approach.

A big part of my personal life revolves around motorcycles, specifically road racing and coaching.  When I am working with new racers or track riders wanting to improve their skills the first thing I do is to ask them to complete this sentence “Practice makes…”  Almost everyone says “Perfect!”, but usually the opposite is true.  When racers go out on track and continue to repeat bad habits, such as not moving their eyes down a track or using poor body position, they simply cement in the wrong technique, which makes it more difficult to correct later.  I always teach the riders to focus on learning the basics and then build on these good techniques until they become “permanent”. I want to thank Nick Ienatsch from the Yamaha Champions Riding School for helping me to see the importance of learning the right skills before starting to practice.  Working with Nick and the crew at YCRS and ChampSchool taught me so much about the importance of getting the basics right.

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Webinar: Lean Agile Budgeting (LAB) in the Real World

In this webinar, Dwayne Stroman (SPCT) discusses using Lean and Agile techniques to manage budget creation, adjustments, and valuation allows an organization to pivot quickly without disruption as the business climate changes. But how do you change from a very traditional approach to one founded on Lean and Agile principles and practices? Join us to learn what LAB is, why it’s advantageous to your organization, and how to start down this journey.

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The Slippery Slope from Personal Task Assignment to Lack of Team Ownership and Commitment

Sprint planning is an important event that has a significant impact on the team’s effectiveness and productivity during the sprint.
The most critical aspects of successful sprint planning are the level of the team’s commitment to the goal of the sprint and handling the sprint backlog.
To encourage the team’s commitment to the sprint, the Scrum Master (SM) should include all the members of the team in planning the sprint and, together with them, craft a challenging sprint goal and estimate the tasks involved. Another important mission of the SM is to prevent managers from putting pressure on team members to take on more than they can deliver and commit to

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