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This four-day course will prepare you to lead an enterprise Agile transformation by leveraging the Scaled Agile Framework®(SAFe®). You will learn how to effectively apply the principles and practices of SAFe, including training and coaching teams, launching Agile Release Trains, and building and managing an Agile portfolio. The first two days of the course— Leading SAFe—will provide you with the basis to teach SAFe to others, and if certified you’ll be eligible to teach the Leading SAFe course. The next two days focus exclusively on implementing SAFe.
|When||Jan 28th ‐ 31st, 2017|
|Presenter||Susan Gibson & Siraj Sirajuddin|
|Contact||Anusha/ [email protected]|
Certification is optional to attendees. Those who achieve SPC certification are authorized to license SAFe training materials.
The course is intended for those who will be materially and directly involved in a SAFe adoption. This includes enterprise leaders, practitioners, change agents, and consultants responsible for implementing Agile programs and portfolios as part of an enterprise Lean-Agile change initiative. Attendees typically include:
After this course, you will understand how to:
|Leading SAFe® 4.0||Implementing SAFe® 4.0|
|Introducing the Scaled Agile Framework||Reaching the SAFe Tipping Point|
|Embracing a Lean-Agile Mindset||Designing the Implementation|
|Understanding SAFe Principles||Launching an ART|
|Implementing an Agile Release Train||Facilitating ART Execution|
|Experiencing PI Planning||Extending to the Portfolio|
|Executing and Releasing Value||Understanding the SPC Exam|
|Building an Agile Portfolio||Applying your SPC Certification|
|Coordinating Large Value Streams||Participating in Open Space|
|Leading the Lean-Agile Enterprise|
All stakeholders in a Lean-Agile transformation are welcome to attend the course, regardless of experience. However, the following prerequisites are highly recommended for those who intend to take the SPC4 certification exam and operate in the field as a SAFe Program Consultant:
Attending the class prepares you to take the SAFe Program Consultant (SPC) exam. Those who attain their SPC certification will receive:
By the end of this course, attendees will be able to:
For those taking SPC certification exam,
All SPCs in good standing receive the following benefits:
"With his 25+ years of experience with transforming enterprises, culture and leadership, Siraj has provided excellent change management coaching and leadership to large organizations from all over the globe.
He is the author of the book “The Soulmate: The Poetry Book of Temenos” and upcoming book “The Temenos Effect: The Surprising Results of Wounded Healers Approaching the Transforming Enterprise, Culture and Leadership”.
Siraj Sirajuddin founded Temenos in 2012 after two decades of intense experimentation and deep dives into the hard work of Enterprise Transformation. He is an MBA and one of the few global SPCTs (Scaled Agile Framework SPC Trainers). He and his team of enterprise change agents work with large and complex enterprises all over the world. He is a global nomad and travels between USA and Asia Pacific every month. Siraj hosts the venerable annual STIA+Temenos conference that is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
He has two daughters and loves poetry, music, movies, singing and painting."
With over thirty years of experience in the tech industry – from developer to management consultant, and pioneering Agile Transformation coach and SAFe Consultant to Temenos Facilitator, Susan consistently seeks ways to bring authenticity and compassion to software and product delivery.
Susan works with Fortune 500 companies using Agile and Temenos to activate change and true cultural transformation. As a Temenos Facilitator, Susan also leads transformative 3-day labs that apply these same methodologies on a more personal level. She is a major contributor to Urban Campfire, G Day For Girls, and the STIA-Temenos Conference, as well as speaking at several organizational development conferences around the country. Her gentle insights are always perceptive and she has a knack for bringing together groups of seemingly incongruent teams.
Susan is a nomad who loves traveling and learning about new cultures by meeting people from all over the world. She enjoys modern art, and seeing live performances of all kinds, including theater, dance, and music. And, let’s not forget movies and books!