Gain the insights you need to lead a Lean-Agile enterprise using SAFe and its underlying principles and help your organization master business agility to
thrive in competitive markets.
In this two-day course, you’ll learn how to establish team and technical agility to organize and reorganize around the flow of value. Practice the skills to support and execute PI Planning events. Explore why it’s critical to adopt a customer-centric mindset and Design-Thinking approach to Agile Product Delivery. Discover how to better align strategy and execution by successfully implementing Lean portfolio management within your enterprise.
Who will benefit?
The following individuals will benefit
from this course:
Directors, CIOs, and VPs
Development, QA, and Infrastructure Management
Program and Project Managers
Product and Product Line Management
Portfolio Managers, PMO, and Process Leads
Enterprise, System, and Solution Architects
What you'll learn
To perform the role of a SAFe® Agilist, you
should be able to:
Lead the transformation to business agility with SAFe
Become a Lean-Agile leader
Understand customer needs with Design Thinking
Enable Agile Product delivery
Implement Lean Portfolio Management
Nurturing Lean-Agile Mindsets
Who will benefit?
As a SAFe Agilist (SA) you will strategically guide the adoption, success, and ongoing improvement of Lean-Agile culture in your enterprise.
You will help define the organizational mission and vision, communicate strategic decisions and the need for change to all stakeholders and teams.
You will also motivate knowledge workers by helping them develop their skills and careers in a way that enhances their capabilities and increases their engagement and commitment to the mission and vision of the enterprise.
All are welcome to attend the course, regardless of experience. However, the following prerequisites are highly
recommended for those who intend to take the SAFe® 5 Agilist (SA) certification exam:
More than 5 years’ experience in software development, testing, business analysis, product, or project
Experience in Scrum