Day 28… stay at home. Jira is a great tool to have for issues management. In fact, replace the word ‘issues’ with ‘work’. Why I
Day 27 … stay at home. I have both Jira and Confluence at home for a year now… got trello earlier. Going forward, will cover
Day 25… stay at home. In SAFe, the content authority of what the team builds is the product owner. The ‘what’ to build is in
Day 24… stay at home. Question: What did the ‘User Story’ say to the ‘Enabler Story’? Answer: ‘You complete me.’ To be continued…
Day 23… stay at home. Key to success in correctly modeling the agile requirements is the awareness of and knowing what to do with the
Day 22 of ‘Stay at home’ order. Beginning a series of small-sized blogs… about SAFe and its practical application within the context of the enterprise.
One of the seven competencies of SAFe 5.0 is Continuous Learning Culture.
SSM 5.0 is very cool! The flow of content is better than its predecessor. Great job, SAI. I, however, noticed that the predictability ratio calculation
The program-level and team-level are now combined into one level — the essential-level. This combination created an unintended bad consequence: the program-level roles and the
After teaching my first SAFe 5.0 class, overall, I’m pleased with the improvements over previous SAFe POPM course versions. The flow does not start on
The course, SAFe POPM 5.0 is good but could be better. Program Predictability Measure is missing. It has the PI Objective’s planned BV value assignment
Which events a story can evolve? Program Increment (PI) planning Backlog refinement Iteration planning These events trigger conversations, that could potentially reveal more information… that
Where to start? 1) go to https://www.scaledagileframework.com/ Immediately on the website you see the SAFe 5.0 Framework… there are several tabs… and lots of clickable
In SAFe 5.0 terms …in Design Thinking specifically… Information flows from various collaborators in ‘Diverge’ state… synthesis is when ‘Converge’ state occurs: when synthesizers —
Be SAFe 5.0 certified!
Team PI (Program Increment) Business Objective Value could be viewed from various perspectives. Here are the different perspectives for consideration when assigning team PI business
I’m feeling the power of SAFe 5.0!
Bye ‘Stretch Objectives’ Hello ‘Uncommitted Objectives’! SAFe makers recognized that a lot of people got tripped by the word ‘Stretch’… so they’ve replaced it with
Specialized Agile Teams of all kinds coming up! Agile Finance Team Agile Compliance Team Agile Marketing Team Agile Human Resources (HR) Team Agile … Team
Happy New Year, 2020!!! Very excited on SAFe 5.0!!!
This cartoon reflects what I’m doing right now …
More on the Organizational Agility’s three dimensions: Lean Thinking by People and Agile Teams: create an enterprise-wide Lean Agile Mindset Lean Business Operations — remove
Let’s look at the three dimensions per competency… Organizational Agility (AO): Lean Thinking People and Agile Teams (LT PAT) Lean Business Operations (LBO) Strategy Agility
The seven competencies Organizational Agility Continuous Learning Culture Lean Agile Leadership Team and Technical Agility Agile Product Delivery Enterprise Solution Delivery Lean Portfolio Management Since
Two things I’ve seen as new in SAFe 5.0: 1) Customer Centric + Design Thinking 2) Organizational / Business Agility These are already in ‘Disciplined
Features and Benefits (FAB) is what we are all familiar with. With SAFe 5.0’s customer centricity, this FAB is now BAF… Benefits and Features. Makes
Hello everyone! Great news from Scaled Agile, Inc. (SAI) — the maker of SAFe. Read the image below. In that light, please go ahead and
Sweet! That’s what I felt when I saw / reviewed SAFe 5.0! I had a great time reviewing it.
Early this year, SAFe hinted — in one of the SAFe Partners’ calls, of which I’m a member of under my company, Applied Lean Agile