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Essential SAFe and the Agile End Game

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Essential SAFe 4.0, Scaled Agile, Inc.

The good folks at Scaled Agile, the SAFe® community, Agile agnostics, consultants, and some in the “Agile” community are onto something incredibly important in defining the elusive and dynamic Agile End Game for organizations. Read the rest of this entry »

SAFe 4.0 Scrum master with SSM Certification (2 day course) Dallas, TX

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In this two-day course, you’ll gain an understanding of the role of Scrum Master in the Scaled Agile Framework for the enterprise (SAFe). Read the rest of this entry »

SAFe 4.0 Scrum master with SSM Certification (2 day course) Oklahoma City, OK

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In this two-day course (March 30-31, 2017), you’ll gain an understanding of the role of Scrum Master in the Scaled Agile Framework for the enterprise (SAFe). Read the rest of this entry »

SAFe Scrum master with SSM certification

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A new SAFe Scrum master course was announced for Oklahoma!

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Lippitt/Knoster Change Model – useful dive into change theory

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Studying up on Lippitt / Knoster change models I learned about from Construx videos. Steve McConnell of course being one of the greatest software development thought leaders is the presenter. Interesting how these change theories are baked into some of the Agile frameworks and mindsets like the SAFe / Agile Manifesto. As a coach, these are useful strategies on how to build our approach to managing change (like fear, unknowns, budgeting/money, et cetera).

Get a Grip on Managing Change – Michael Nanfito

Agile Transformations – Change Model – Construx

Focus on family with an Agile mindset and Scrum.

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Focus on family with an Agile mindset and Scrum.

I read a parenting article a few months ago about family dinner table discussions with your kids. It was great stuff. The recommendations centered around three questions. 1. What was the favorite part of your day? 2. What was the least favorite part of your day? 3. Is there anything else that you want to talk about? Amazingly, just like in the Scrum ceremony these questions generate amazing discussion (collaboration) with the family. My three children have become accustomed to the ceremony now. So, it is even more fun playing the experience through. Anything that I can do to bring my family closer together as a unit is premium! Sound familiar?

Try it out and report your findings here on my blog or at Microsoft LinkedTwo.

Agile Moment: Serial vs. Parallel delivery

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Explain this sticky.#agilemoment #SAFe


Under which type of delivery model will the customer receive more value?