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Intro to Implementing the Scaled Agile Framework

  • Mar 17, 2015 · 5:30 PM
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We as organizers are super excited to have Drew Jemilo, CTO from Scaled Agile Inc. for the March Meetup. Drew is one of kind and a unique presenter with a vast knowledge of Agile and Lean. We hope to see you all there!!!!

Food/Drinks: 5:30 - 6:00...Talk starts at 6:00!

Abstract:

The principles and practices of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) are helping to bring the business benefits of faster time to market, higher productivity, higher quality, and higher employee engagement to some of the world’s largest software enterprises.  In this talk, Drew, co-founder of Scaled Agile, will provide an overview of SAFe and then discuss strategies to effectively implement it in your organization.

Bio:

Drew Jemilo

Founder, Chief Technology Officer

Drew met Dean Leffingwell, creator of the Framework, in early 2009 when he was developing a scaled Agile methodology for a management consulting company to bridge their strategic business framework with Agile. Since then, they have worked together with global clients to synchronize distributed teams using the Agile Release Train in the U.S., Europe, and India.

Learn more at drewjemilo.com

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  • Steve K.

    For anybody interested in the cultural "triangle" that we talked about last night during the report out on distributed teams/organizations, please look up the Lewis Model of Culture (http://www.crossculture.com/services/cross-culture/). I was first introduced to this model via a recorded presentation by Valerie Berset-Price from the 2013 Pacific NW Software Quality Conference (http://www.pnsqc.org/tips-on-how-to-operate-within-multicultural-distributed-teams-2/).

    1 · March 18, 2015

  • Dennis N.

    That was a very good SAFe overview - Thanks Drew!

    March 18, 2015

  • Kim C.

    Amazing, informative presentation, Drew! Thank you! (And the 10min, 8-slide overview of SAFe was helpful. Please let us know when there was a video of it.) Thank you, again!

    March 17, 2015

  • Paul V.

    I would love to go, but March 17th is St. Patrick's day...

    I live this framework every day using several different software packages: one for portfolios (excel), one for projects (P6 EPPM), one for tasks (Prolog), one for earned value (EcoSys), one for accounting (JDE E1), one for reporting, team sites, KPIs,etc. (SharePoint). It's all the same to me. So much data entry and interfaces and no one able to see the big picture and drill up/down through the data. Lol, so now we are building a data warehouse... I guess you could call it job security. I call it chaos.

    2 · March 9, 2015

    • Greg

      Wow, for all that spend can you talk your management into looking at an integrated package? Chances are you could save money in the long run.

      March 16, 2015

  • Drew J.

    Hi all - I moved to Boulder from Chicago in December and look forward to meeting my new Boulder Agile community!

    March 13, 2015

  • Marie S.

    I was looking forward to this but I will be out of town now. So bummed I have to miss it.

    1 · March 4, 2015

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