AGILITY AT SCALE
To be successful with the Scaled Agile Framework®, you need to know more than the theory — you need to know how to apply what you learn in the real world. Our instructors don’t just know the curriculum, they’ve led SAFe® transformations in large organizations. Selected courses include:
Whether you are just getting started on your Agile journey or looking to hone your expertise in advanced Scrum concepts, we have a Scrum Alliance-approved online training program for you. All of our courses are highly interactive and focus on real-world applications that will show you the path to success.
Advanced ScrumMaster & CSP – ScrumMaster
Meet the experts who taught the experts.
Scrum. Kanban. Extreme Programming. Scaled Agile (SAFe®). Software development. Product management. Transformation. Human capital. Profit StreamsTM. Our team of consultants and trainers have seen and done it all. We’ve worked inside the biggest companies in the world, coached a generation of Agile leaders, and tackled the tough issues no one wants to deal with.
Webinar: Agile Estimation and Capacity Planning
“When will we be done?” is the business equivalent of “Are we there yet?” And unlike “Are we there yet?” it is a much harder question to answer. All too often the answer is either “we don’t know” or “We must ship by August 7th, even if we’re not done.” Join us for this webinar to answer these questions
Webinar: SPC Journey – I’m an SPC and a Mentor
Many SPCs need a mentor, someone to help them on their path to success. In this episode of the SPC Journey Series, SAFe® Fellows Phil Gardiner, Joe Vallone and Dr. Steve Mayner will discuss the importance of mentoring in one's SPC Journey.
Webinar: Starting and Ending Sprints Successfully with Remote Teams
In this fourth episode of the Agile Experts webinar series, you'll learn how to start and end Sprints successfully with remote teams by facilitating engaging Sprint Planning and Retrospective sessions.
Webinar: SPC Journey – I’m an SPC and an RTE
Finding an awesome Release Train Engineer (RTE) can be as difficult as finding a mythical creature. This individual is, ideally, a world-class facilitator, trusted by both developers and senior leaders, a respecter of timeboxes, a life-long learner, a cat-herder, and eventually a coach, trainer, and mentor. An understanding of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) is required to be effective in the role so many RTEs become SPCs
Webinar: Agile Metrics
When looking at the transparency of Agile and the granularity of team-based metrics, it is extremely important to be responsible in how you use your measurements. On May 31 at 12 pm ET, Applied Frameworks Joel Bancroft-Connors and Laura Caldie will join to discuss the five principals they use when dealing with Agile Metrics