Economics of Value Delivery
We tout the business results of applying SAFe and learn the principles from great sources like Don Reinertsen’s book, The Principles of Product Development Flow. But how can we connect the dots from the economics to the practices we want to apply and the decisions we need to make? In this workshop we use scenarios, in story problem format, and apply real numbers to demonstrate the value of the principles in action.
We will explore finding optimal batch size, applying an economics framework to a specific decision, the cost of too much WIP, and fast feedback cycles. We will also dive into the broad-brush practices of collaboration and relentless improvement.
Then we will work together on exploring the value of these and other practices using scenarios and parameters specific to your organization.
Some knowledge of Scaled Agile + Lean Principles and Practices is helpful but not required.
- Principles of Agile
- Example scenarios and calculations
- Analysis of your scenarios
- Next Steps
As a result of this session we will equip you to apply math to reinforce the economics of value delivery.
You will be ready to:
- Demonstrate the economics of value delivery using real scenarios and mathematical values.
- Understand the basis for the lean-agile principles better, having seen practical application of them in a quantified way.
- Bring colleagues and stakeholders together to improve practices and make decisions based on the economics of value delivery in your organization and Enterprise.
- Economics of Value Delivery Workbook
- 321 Gang’s 1-day Leadership Workshop for Large, Systems-Centric Lean-Agile Deployments
- Leading SAFe Class with Scaled Agilist Certification (2-days)
- 321 Gang ‘Change the Conversation’ Podcasts
- 321 Gang SAFe webcasts
- Scaled Agile Case Studies
- The SAFe Big Picture
- SAFe Implementation Roadmap