Recording from our most recent Singapore Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe5) “Ask an SPCT” session. Details For everyone who is interestedContinue reading “Recording from October SG SAFe MeetUp”
Our next live Wakanda Blockchain and Crypto currency MeetUp is Scheduled, this live MeetUp will feature Oduwacoin (Pan-African and African owned crypto currency), and also a crypto market update by Azuka, Sanjay and I looking at the latest developments of interest to Africa / Diaspora in the Bitcoin and Crypto market.
This month’s MeetUp covered SAFe Portfolio and Agile Finance / Budgeting. An interesting topic that many of us encounter during the course of Agile initiatives and Scaled Agile engagements.
Also join the next Singapore SAFe MeetUp (free / virtual) February 9th. Topic will be Scaled Agile Portfolio and Agile Finance.
Also join the next Singapore SAFe MeetUp (free / virtual) February 9th. Topic will be Scaled Agile Portfolio and AgileContinue reading “Join our February – SAFe Lean Portfolio Management Class”
Leading SAFe With SAFe® 5 Agilist certification
During this three-day on-line course, attendees gain the knowledge necessary to lead a Lean-Agile enterprise by using the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe) and its underlying principles derived from Lean, systems thinking, Agile development, product development flow, and DevOps.
This week’s Auspicious Agile video blog takes a look at the VersionOne – Collabnet State of Agile Report for 2020. Lot’s of interesting developments. SAFe and Scrum continue to dominate Agile Scaling and Team level Agile. We will cover many other Agile and DevOps developments in the video.
Re-sharing our book (Guide to Distributed Agile Framework), for those currently working remotely, in distributed teams, or working from home.Continue reading “Re-sharing “Guide to Distributed Agile Framework””
Happy New Year! New Auspicious Agile video blog for 2020. Scaled Agile Framework 5.0 – A Practitioner’s Perspective. We lookContinue reading “Auspicious Agile – SAFe 5.0 Business Agility a practitioner’s perspective”