Attendees will learn how to lead a Lean-Agile transformation by leveraging the practices and principles of the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®), as well as the five core competencies of the Lean Enterprise. Attendees will also gain insights and practice how to coach programs, launch Agile Release Trains, build a Continuous Delivery Pipeline with DevOps culture, and a Lean Portfolio. The first two days of the course—Leading SAFe®—will provide them with the basis to teach SAFe to leaders. The final two days focus exclusively on what it takes to successfully implement SAFe in the enterprise.
Becoming a Certified SAFe® 4 Program Consultant (SPC), and becoming a change agent, will enable attendees to coach and guide the enterprise to succeed in a disruptive marketplace and empower them to implement a Lean-Agile SAFe transformation.
How to Incorporate Testing in a SAFe Development Process using Rational Quality Manager
Built-In quality is one of the Scaled Agile Framework’s (SAFe) four Core Values and a core principle of the Lean-Agile Mindset. Understanding how to leverage Rational Quality Manger (RQM) during the development process can ensure compliance by enabling continuous verification & validation.
Keeping track of what needs to be tested and how is critical for success.
Now Available! Requirements Quality Assistant
Your Engineering Requirements Drive Development. If they contain errors, so will your products.
Using Watson Natural Language Service and pre-trained AI, the IBM Requirements Quality Assistant (RQA) has 10 built in quality indicators designed to be consistent with guidelines from the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) and NASA for writing complete, clear and testable requirements to accelerate your review process, increase requirement quality and reduce training for junior requirements engineers.
Training: Patterns for Agile Hardware Inclusive Systems
While the roots of Agile Development and the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) are in software development, the principles of Lean and Agile are generally applicable for Hardware/Product Development as well as Embedded Software. This ‘trifecta’ of software, embedded code and hardware constitutes the majority of today’s most complex systems… but hardware teams are often uncertain how to best apply their craft as part of an agile team.
In this brand new, one-day workshop, we’ll introduce you to common patterns used and best practices to apply when hardware development is part of the overall System Engineering program.
Who We Are and What We Do
321 Gang helps organizations improve their ability to design and develop highly regulated Systems and Software in order to achieve better outcomes.
Our consultants average 20 years of Systems & Software expertise and will work with your organization to identify the highest-value improvement areas, educate your team(s) on their application and accelerate adoption… all while minimizing project disruption.
We are an IBM Platinum Business Partner, Authorized IBM Rational Software Reseller, IBM Certified Training Partner, and Scaled Agile Framework Gold Partner – providing our clients a ‘one stop shopping’ experience.
Events & Webinars
Developing Robust Systems Engineering Patterns for Testing and Verifying Requirements
Small projects may often manage their requirements and testing on a simple spreadsheet. But what happens if the project grows or changes in scope?
Join Peter Morgenthaler, Software and Systems Engineering Tools Lead from BAE Systems, as he shares with us some strategies and best practices that have been implemented to optimize their Engineering Information System requirements, testing and reporting environment.
How to Apply Patterns to Requirements and Configuration Management using DOORS Next Generation
In order to receive the benefits of applying Configuration Management to Requirements in the Systems Domain, an enormous amount of understanding, analysis, and preparation must go into the creation of the configuration strategy for an enterprise, program, or project. Having a set of patterns, reduces the time needed to understand and prepare, while aiding in the analysis of the system to be configured.Read More
MBSE in the context of SAFe
It’s only in the last few years that the Scaled Agile Framework has accommodated Systems Engineering and more specifically, Model Based Systems Engineering methodologies.
This presentation speaks of a particular way to use Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) in the context of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe).