Scaled Agile Framework
Structured transformation from waterfall to scaled agile product development
In this digital age, organizations are asked to deliver competitive solutions. But responding quickly to market demand and technological renewal remains a challenge. Therefore, more and more companies are switching from a traditional waterfall approach to an agile approach for their product development.
The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) scales agile/scrum to larger organizations where multiple teams work together at a fixed cadence.
Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) is the fastest growing approach to implement agile at scale. SAFe adapts the power of agile and combines it with the knowledge of systems thinking and lean product development. SAFe is a collection of various methods that are successfully applied in business. The basis of SAFe is to organize good cooperation between agile teams. These teams work transparently with a clear focus on value, which makes it clear where problems are and where progress is made. The teams learn to monitor the quality themselves, rather than develop them first and then test them. By applying all this, a well-running ‘factory’ is created that realizes the development work.
The two-day Leading SAFe training is intended for everyone involved in the change to a Lean-Agile organization. This training prepares you for the SAFe Agilist exam and teaches you the principles and processes of the Scaled Agile Framework. After this training you have the knowledge lead the transformation to SAFe in your organization.
SAFe Product Owner/Product Manager
Certified SAFe Product Owner/
Product Manager (POPM)
In SAFe, Product Owners and Product Managers are the driving force behind the continuous delivery of value. They are the so-called “content authority”. How do you apply Lean-Agile values and principles as a Product Manager or Product Owner? In this two-day course you’ll learn to apply Lean-Agile values and exonomic prioritization, develop your skills to write Epics, Capabilities, Features, and User Stories within the context of SAFe.
SAFe Scrum Master
Scrum Master (SSM)
SAFe Scrum Masters help Agile teams achieve the maximally viable business value by applying SAFe. In this two-day course, you will gain insight into the role of the Scrum Master within the SAFe framework. You learn how to organise team- and ART- events that help to succesfully execute the program. In addition, you’ll discover how to apply Scrum within a large organization, and how you can be a team coach.
SAFe Advanced Scrum Master
Scrum Master (SASM)
This two-day course prepares Scrum Masters for their leading role in facilitating Agile team-,ART- and organization success in a Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) context. SAFe Advanced Scrum Masters develop a total view of the organization. As an Advanced Scrum Master, you focus on scaling Agile, the DevOps approach, facilitating collaboration between teams and continuous improvement of your organization.
SAFe for Teams
In this two-day training, you’ll learn the skills needed to become a well-functioning team member of an Agile Release Train (ART) and learn how to collaborate effectively with other teams. Become a SAFe® Practitioner (SP) and gain a good insight in the Agile Release Train (ART), how it adds value and what you can do to effectively contribute with Scrum, Kanban and XP.
SAFe Release Train Engineer
Certified SAFe Release
Train Engineer (RTE)
SAFe Release Train Engineers (RTEs) facilitate delivering end-to-end value using an Agile Release Train (ART). They also provide collaboration between multiple ARTs. During this training you learn to plan and execute a PI planning event effectively. In addition, you will learn how to organize continuous improvement in the organization.
SAFe Lean Portfolio Management
Certified SAFe Lean
Portfolio Management (LPM)
This two-day course provides the guidance and tools participants need to work effectively in complex environments with distributed teams. You will learn how to connect portfolio strategy and initiatives with work planning and execution, how to integrate feedback from participatory budgeting and how to adapt to change while maintaining your financing vision and roadmap.