Preetam De: Defining Done – The Holy Cow Approach

Reblogged with permission from Preetam De, the original author of this content, as a contributor to blogagility.com. Originally published on The Dark Horse on September 2, 2016.   While reading Invest on an Epic Story and get the job Done, there was a discussion about how the done checklist can be formulated with mandatory and optionalContinue reading “Preetam De: Defining Done – The Holy Cow Approach”

Booked! Leading SAFe

I am teaching Leading SAFe with my co-instructor Jose (Joe) LaTorre USMC (Ret.) this Friday! The kit is prepared! We have some prep work to do still but I am SUPER EXCITED about teaching the course! Thanks to the Scaled Agile, Inc. folks for the support and to my gracious and eager to learn clientsContinue reading “Booked! Leading SAFe”

Jem D’jelal: When ScrumMasters don’t need to Scrum.

Reblogged with permission from Jem D’jelal, the original author of this content, as a contributor to blogagility.com. Originally published on LinkedIn July 11, 2016.  Jem D’jelal Coaching individuals & teams to find “better” ways of working.  Going on the adventure that is Scrum involves an appetite for change & a disruption budget. Not everyone has thatContinue reading “Jem D’jelal: When ScrumMasters don’t need to Scrum.”

SAFe Update – an awesome new essentials window

There was an update on the SAFe on June 23, 2016 where the good folks at Scaled Agile released a simplified version of the SAFe Big Picture. This new tool will make it easier to introduce the Scaled Agile Framework for the Enterprise to folks whom are not familiar with it.

The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Learning Journey

I am really thrilled to learn more about the Scaled Agile Framework after going through the SPC course and certification process. A big thank you to Eric Willeke as he is an amazing instructor and has clearly mastered the material. I am not a fan of certifications as a KPI for job applicants. Only asContinue reading “The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Learning Journey”