So you’ve got several Agile/Scrum islands and you’re looking to achieve agility at scale? Scaling Agile starts with figuring out the right scaling approach (SAFe™? LeSS™? Enterprise Kanban? Something else?) for your context and then launching and running a coordinated change management effort working with teams, programs, leaders and supporting organizational functions (such as HR).
AgileSparks‘ experts have proven experience in Scaled Agile/Lean training, consulting and implementation in hundreds of companies worldwide, ranging from startups all the way to Fortune 50 companies in a variety of industry segments – ISVs (product development), enterprise IT and governmental organizations, Telecommunications service providers, embedded SW and Web/SaaS, Defense contractors and custom project development shops.
Safely Scale with the Scaled Agile Framework™
The Scaled Agile Framework(SAFe) is a the leading approach for scaling Agile in today’s enterprises. More and more technology companies, IT organizations and multi-disciplinary system houses choose SAFe as their scaling framework. If you are looking for an introduction into this world to see if it fits your needs, check out our Leading SAFe Training workshop delivered by real-world scaling experts. If you want to become a SAFe Program Consultant, join our Implementing SAFe 4.0 training. If you’re ready to implement or boost SAFe in your organization, combine SAFe training with our SAFe Implementation Strategy Workshop
AgileSparks – Your SAFe™ Partner
AgileSparks is an SAI SPCT4 Gold Partner providing the full range of SAFe certified training worldwide. We’ve helped organizations such as Intel, Cisco, Amdocs, RadWare, Motorola, CA Technologies and others use the Scaled Agile Framework to scale their agility.
Other Approaches For Scaling Agile
Maybe you’re not a big fan of quarterly “PI Planning” or the heavy iterative emphasis of SAFe. That’s ok. SAFe is not for everybody.
We are helping organizations such as HP, Siemens, Cyberark, Verint and others find their own way to achieve agility at scale. This might involve some aspects of enterprise-level Kanban, some ideas from LeSS (Large Scale Scrum) and some patterns that have proven successful in organizations such as Spotify.