Scrum, XP, and Lean Practices for Teams in the SAFe® Enterprise
This two-day course goes well beyond Scrum. It teaches Lean thinking tools, roles, processes, and the software engineering practices necessary to achieve the code quality you need to scale Scrum to your enterprise business context. 321 Gang will provide this training with an emphasis on software and systems engineering often referred to as Lean Systems Engineering (LSE), and will discuss the integration of non-software teams such as hardware and mechanical with the software teams for a cohesive solution development strategy.
You will learn to apply:
SAFe, Lean, and Agile—The SAFe framework, Lean principles, and the Agile process movement.
Team structure—High performing Agile teams, the Scrum Master role, and the Product Owner role. At scale, teams, Scrum Masters, and Product Owners have additional responsibilities and challenges.
Building Backlogs—Writing user stories and other backlog items, sizing and prioritizing, and writing acceptance criteria. At scale, team backlogs are part of the enterprise backlog model for integration with the program and portfolio.
Sprint execution—Planning, backlog refinement, tracking, demoing, and continuous improvement. At scale, these include team-level and program-level ceremonies and events.
Agile technical practices—Strategies to avoid “waterfalling” a sprint, TDD, ATTD, automated testing, and continuous integration.
Launching the Agile Release Train (ART)—Preparation for the first program-level Release Planning Meeting.
Students will earn a SAFe® Practitioner (SP) certification upon successfully completing this course and a written exam.
Attendees typically include software developers, testers, project managers, product managers, and other practitioners involved in software development.
This course will be taught by a 321 Gang SAFe Program Consultant (SPC).
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