Building Complex Systems with the Scaled Agile Framework
In this webinar we will discuss the challenges large systems builders face and key approaches for addressing them. We will look into the key challenges that make complex systems development so complex. While some may appear to be impediments to the adoption of Lean and Agile practices at the first glance, it is even more critical to apply Lean and Agile where cost of error may be incredibly high.
We will explore the myths that surround Lean-Agile in a complex, multidisciplinary world that include hardware, firmware and other engineering domains and try to take a balanced view based on SAFe® principles—immutable, universally applicable “laws of physics” that govern product development.
We will put those principles to work by considering specific implementation of the core practices around organizational structure, synchronized development, and integration and testing. We will show how practices could be adjusted to provide improved results in different contexts based on selective optimization.
Presented by Alex Yakyma, SAFe Fellow and Principal Consultant, Scaled Agile & Harry Koehnemann, Director of Technology & Cara Rawlings, Technical Marketing Specialist, 321 Gang, Inc.
As a Scaled Agile SPCT-Gold Partner, we are able to offer SAFe courses to certify your leaders and practitioners. Check out our available private or public courses and please contact us if you need any guidance on a course that best fits your needs.Read More
Model-Based Systems Engineering Training
As a TechData Academy Training Partner, we are able to offer the official IBM Rational Training courses as well as self-paced online training courses. We realize there’s a lot to choose from, so please contact us if you need guidance on course selection.Read More
CLM Deployment Package for SAFe
This service primarily benefits organizations (or programs) using traditional or waterfall processes and who are new to CLM, or those who are looking to accelerate its successful deployment in combination with SAFe.Read More