This two-day interactive workshop begins with the principles of SAFe, Lean thinking tools, Agile development practices at scale, and an overview of the Scaled Agile Framework. Teams will then learn the Product Manager and Product Owner roles in the enterprise, how to manage the enterprise backlog, delivering features, agile requirements, the events within SAFe, and finally, stakeholder management. At the end of this workshop, attendees will have the tools and knowledge they need to write Epics, Features, and User Stories within the Scaled Agile Framework, and have a solid foundation on how to manage programs in the Lean-Agile Enterprise. 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.
Two Days 8:30am-6pm, local time
Your team will learn:
Product Manager and Product Owner roles in the enterprise
Enterprise Backlog Management
Delivering Features in the Enterprise
Agile Software Requirements
SAFe events and process
Students will earn a SAFe® Product Manager-Product Owner (SPMPO) certification upon successfully completing this course and a written exam.
Attendees typically include Product Owners, Product Managers, managers, consultants, Lean-Agile leaders, and Agile change agents.
Peter Luckey – Sr. Solutions Engineer
Peter Luckey, Sr. Solutions Engineer at 321 Gang, is a SAFe® 4 Program Consultant (SPC4) and a Certified ScrumMaster®. In 1992, Peter joined Rational in Technical Sales and then became the manager of the software engineers in Canada. In 2002 when IBM acquired Rational, Peter returned to IBM selling and supporting the Rational products, teaching courses, and consulting on best practices relative to Agile, requirements management, and quality management. In 2014, Peter began working at CloudOne where he was responsible for ensuring that the company’s current clients were successfully using the Software Development Environments deployed in the cloud.
2300 Dulles Station Blvd
$995 per student. Early bird, volume, and corporate discounts may apply.