Every professional Scrum Master knows that the way Sprint planning events are handled has a significant impact on the effectiveness of the team in achieving the Sprint’s goal.
In this Webinar, Oded Tamir, PST and Lead Coach at AgileSparks, talked about five common pitfalls that hinder your Scrum teams’ performance.
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.
SAFe 5.1 doubles down on the importance of organizing around value. SAI SAFe Fellow, Andrew Sales will cover new and updated guidance for effectively identifying Operational and Development value streams to maximize the value you’re creating for your organization and accelerate time to market.
AgileSparks SPCT Yuval Yeret will bring his experience from working with dozens of enterprise-level technology companies to share practical tips and techniques that can be used with SAFe 5.1 to combine customer-centricity and Operational Value Stream identification. These patterns have helped both ISV enterprises, as well as IT organizations, organize around value.
After more than 20 years working in the software industry, 10 of which coaching engineering organizations on their Agile and DevOps journey, Yael Rabinovich, a SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) Program Consultant and Partner at AgileSparks, will share her experience and present a number of ways that accelerate value delivery at scale. While these ways may look simple at first, they are not easy to implement. Yael will discuss challenges organizations face and the way to overcome them while sharing stories and case studies from international organizations such as Intel, Alcatel Lucent, Motorola and more.
Currently, there is no question that business agility is required. You will also be hard-pressed to find anyone arguing against the core principles of agility.