Leading SAFe Training
Why this training? To gain the knowledge necessary to lead a Lean-Agile enterprise towards SAFe®. The training is highly interactive with a well balanced mix of theory and practice, and presented by a trainer with hands-on experience.
Is it for me? Is your organization starting (or on its way) to becoming a lean-agile enterprise? And, are you in a position and willing to play a leading role, but have limited knowledge on lean-agile and SAFe®? Then this would be the training for you.
How long is it? 2 consecutive days (9:00 - 16:30).
When and where? For groups (8 or more), we can find a suitable date/location together. For individuals, please check the events tab for any scheduled trainings.
How much does it cost? For groups (8 or more) price depends on group size and location. Please contact us so we can work something out. For individuals, prices start at €899 for 2 days.
Any preparation required? It would help a lot if you already have some basic understanding of agile and Scrum. If not, we encourage you to read the online Scrum Guide at least once. Also, have a look at the SAFe® big picture and read some of the articles by clicking the interactive icons on it. You can also watch the 4 minute movie on the benefits of SAFe and the 5 minute movie SAFe 4.0 in 5 minutes (a bit old, but still valid as an introduction video). Finally, please already think about your own learning goals.
Do I get certified? After this training you are eligible to take the online exam (included in price, see details here). Upon passing the exam you will receive the SAFe Agilist certificate.
- Lean-Agile basics: what is Lean? What is Agile? Lean-Agile Values, Principles, practices and mindset
- SAFe framework: Roles, Events, Artifacts, values and principles
- How to execute and release value through value streams and Agile Release Trains
- How to manage Lean Portfolio and budgeting.
- Some common practices like Continuous Delivery Pipeline
- What it means to lead a Lean-Agile transformation
- Parking lot (hot topics brought in by participants)