Juggling Systems Engineering, Compliance and SAFe


Agile, software and DevOps – a happy trio that seems to expect even complex, life and mission-critical, embedded (moving to cyber-physical) and highly-regulated systems to fall in line. Two-week sprints! Transient requirements! Continuous integration and delivery!

Projecting the practices from small nimble teams building born-on-the-web apps to your complex environment can seem impossible.

In this session we bring our experiences, tips and resources to show you how improvements are made using Agile and Scaled Agile principles, along with some specific practices for your complex environment.

We have helped our clients:
  • 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

Additional Resources

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Training: Patterns for Agile Hardware Inclusive Systems

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.

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Workbook: The Economics of Value Delivery

When we discuss the economics of agile + lean practices, what are the quantified benefits of improved value delivery when paired with Business Agility? 

In this workbook you will:

  • Learn how to demonstrate the economics of value delivery using real scenarios and mathematical values.
  • Have a better understanding of lean-agile principles, having seen practical examples of them in a quantified way. 
  • Bring colleagues and stakeholders together to improve practices and make decisions based on the economics of value delivery.
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The Economics of Value Delivery

Training: Economics of Value Delivery

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.

Economics of Value Delivery

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