All posts by : Jennifer Fawcett
At the 2017 SAFe Summit, Dr. Chuck Pezeshki, Ryan Martens, and myself presented Extending Lean-Agile Leadership Skills with Empathetic Leadership to a standing-room only audience of interested souls. This talk was the result of weeks of work compiling our collective knowledge into a 45-minute synchronized talk presenting our individual perspectives and understandings. The main takeaway from our talk was the following: As we continuously nurture our set of development value streams, and strive to deliver.
The DevOps movement is here, and SAFe enterprises look to this mindset, culture and sets of principles and technical practices as a way to move from traditional delivery approaches to empowering Agile Release Trains to continuously deliver value to their end users. With the movement maturing, the availability of Gene Kim’s The DevOps Handbook, and the realization of DevOps and Continuous Delivery in SAFe 4.5, a wealth of knowledge is now available to enable enterprises.
Hello everyone, We’ve just released updates to our SAFe Scrum Master (SSM) and SAFe Advanced Scrum Master (SASM) courses. Both courses have been fully updated for version 4.5 of SAFe. In addition to numerous minor updates, they now include guidance as to how Scrum Masters can help foster enterprise innovation with Lean Startup, DevOps, and the Continuous Delivery Pipeline. SAFe Scrum Master (SSM) – helps attendees understand the role of a SAFe Scrum Master in.
Hello everyone, We’ve just released updates to our Release Train Engineer (RTE) and Product Owner/Product Manager (POPM) courses. Both courses have been fully updated for version 4.5 of SAFe and help deliver on its promise of enabling enterprise innovation with Lean Startup, Scalable DevOps, and Continuous Delivery. Release Train Engineer (RTE) – helps attendees explore the skills needed to facilitate and enable end-to-end value delivery through Agile Release Trains (ARTs) and learn how to build.
The concept of the Agile Release Train (ART) originated a decade ago, and the role for the Release Train Engineer (RTE) became evident in version 1.0 of the Framework. As ARTs have grown their ability to continuously deliver value, the RTE has evolved into a critical role as servant leader and coach for the program, and the value streams they support. Being an effective RTE requires an exceptional range of skills, and is a career.