Scaling Agile for the Enterprise

  • July 16, 2014 · 6:00 PM

Scaled Agile Framework for Enterprises (SAFe) is one of the most debated topics in Agile today. Created by Dean Leffingwell, SAFe has strong proponents and opponents in the Agile world.

In this session, Phil Van Sickel will cover the basics of what the Scaled Agile Framework is and then move into the areas of controversy. We will look at the structure SAFe introduces to handle the issues of scaling and talk about whether or not these violate the core principles of Agile .

We'd love your attendances in what will likely be a spirited discussion.

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  • Chuck T.

    Very good, loved the bouncing pennies. I also liked the emphasis on getting real benefits from the methodology.

    July 18

  • Lou L.

    Very good presentation and exercises by Phil VanSickle! Part 2 sometime in the very near future??? :-)

    July 17

  • Jay A.

    Phil...your flow exercise was very good...nice job!

    July 17

  • Jignesh P.

    It was really good and interesting.

    July 17

  • Lou Rainaldi J.

    Phil, I thought I knew you you from somewhere. I worked with you as a vendor of SaveSimply. I had to build a payroll interface for SaveSimply

    July 17

  • Lou Rainaldi J.

    Great job Phil! I enjoyed the talk about SAFe.

    July 17

  • Lou Rainaldi J.

    Is there parking at this location?

    July 16

  • Nivia St Surin H.

    Any location preference for those who plan to attend? Downtown, Bridgeville or Strip District, you choose. Majority wins. In case of no responses, I'll default to Downtown since it's most convenient to me :-)

    June 23

  • Pankaj T.

    Would you consider a location in Wexford? It's about 20 minutes north on Route 19

    July 1

    • Nivia St Surin H.

      Thanks for the suggestion, Pankaj. I am checking with the presenter to make sure he can consider the option. However, it looks like the Strip district is taking the lead, therefore it will likely be the selection. If you have a Wexford location, please email me directly and we can chat about hosting a meetup there.

      July 7

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