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Our blog regularly provides insights about the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®), like 4 main features that enable SAFe®. You can also go through the article stating the benefits to get the SAFe® 4.5 Certification which we published recently, and here we give some details about the Leading SAFe® 4.6.
What is SAFe®?
When any large organization wants to go Agile, it can hardly skip the Scaled Agile Framework ® (SAFe®). Now, this framework has become the world’s leading framework for companies that target to scale Agile. Also, SAFe® is described as the “Agile Enterprise Big Picture”, as it helps to apply Agile and Lean practices and principles to the whole organization, from the Team to the Portfolio level.
For any professional, being SAFe® certified brings recognition to be able to support all kinds of organizations in their Lean and/or Agile transformation. Indeed, SAFe® is the most used framework for scaling Agile, especially in big companies like the ones listed in the US Fortune 100. Consequently, holding a SAFe® certification makes a candidate profile very attractive compared to employers’ expectations.
Continue reading A Journey Towards Earning a Leading Safe® 4.6 Certification
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I) Introduction to Professional Scrum Master
Who is Professional Scrum Master (PSM)?
We partially give some elements in a previous article on our blog: “ How To Choose A Scrum Master? “. On top of that, it is important to highlight that the Professional Scrum Master wear different hats according to the context: s/he is a coach, facilitator, enabler, problem- solver, proxy. His/Her main characteristic is to embody Servant Leadership. And basically, as the first promoter of Agile in the organization, s/he truly has the Agile mindset and is more than willing to share it.
Continue reading Everything you need to know about PSM certification
Some days ago, a colleague told me:
– « Some people in my department run a daily meeting of one hour, sometimes even more. No agenda, barely some actions to be taken, only debating about ideas. »
– (Me): « Why do not they use Scrum approach and especially the Daily Stand-up meeting? »
– « This would be the same problem, daily meeting is not useful. This is better to do meeting when necessary. »
– « A short (and timeboxed) meeting is very useful », here is why…
The Daily Stand-up meeting (DS) must be done in 15 minutes maximum and involve maximum 9 people. It is a mandatory components of Scrum framework and is very enriching and useful for these reasons:
Continue reading 4 reasons Daily Stand-up meeting is useful for the whole team and its members
For some days I have been attending to the Inbound Marketing online course, delivered by HubSpot Academy.
With two or three chapters, they give insights about how to enhance Customer Experience, and it makes me think about how I try to deliver the best User Experience when I provide solution, guidance, short training and tips to end-users.
According to my experience and all the papers I have been reading, here are five elements that compose my “Customer experience Framework“:
Continue reading 5 actions to make a delighted Customer Experience
As almost every week, this weekly digital resources article is offering links and code snippets about HTML5, CSS and… Something new in this blog, the Meteor framework.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #7: HTML5, CSS and Meteor