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  • Increase productivity by 25-75%
  • Reduce development costs by 50-60%
  • Accelerate time to market by 20-40%

SAFe provided the agility, visibility, and transparency needed to ensure we could integrate with numerous other efforts, get predictable in our delivery, and ensure timelines are met.

David McMunn
Director of COE, Fannie Mae

Leading Large, Lean-Agile Programs

While agile practices have become common place for small software teams, they are rapidly being adopted by large, engineered systems. This course teaches leadership roles at all levels their responsibility in supporting and leading lean-agile adoption.

Participants will understand the lean-agile terminology and principles and know how to assess team and program level performance. They will understand the industry best practices for scaling lean-agile principles based on the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). And participants will understand their role in a lean-agile organizational adoption

Course Details

Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:

  • Understand Lean principles of cadence, synchronization, flow, WIP and batch sizes and their application in large, engineered systems
  • Know Agile, Scrum, and scaled agile (SAFe) practices and terminology including roles, backlogs, estimation, planning/forecasting, and visibility
  • Apply Lean-Agile mindset and practices to large systems – organizing around value, emphasizing learning, aligning large teams-of-teams, enabling flow, and others
  • Make engineering activities (including MBSE) part of regular agile flow
  • Understand the leadership role in a lean-agile enterprise

Instructor-led with simulated workshop activities

Anyone interested in understanding how leadership roles change in lean-agile organization including anyone how leads, influences, or contribute to the development and engineering of large systems.

  • Why do I care about Lean-Agile?
  • Understand Lean principles
  • Understand Agile and Scrum
  • Apply Lean-Agile metrics
  • Scaling Lean-Agile to large, hardware, and contracted systems
  • Leading organizational change

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