SAFe For Architects
SAFe For Architects
In SAFe®, architects play a key role in the trio of leaders, including product managers and the Release Train Engineer. These people work together to deliver and guide Agile Release Trains (ARTs) to enable continuous value flow.
In the SAFe® for Architects course, you’ll get the context to align architecture with business value. You’ll understand how system, solution, and enterprise architects collaboratively deliver architectural solutions. And you’ll get the guidance and tools you need to work effectively in remote environments with distributed teams.
|How to develop and communicate the architectural vision|
|How to develop solution vision, intent, and roadmaps|
|How to prepare and deliver software effectively and continuously|
|How to lead and coach architects and team members during Program Increment (PI) Planning and execution|
SAFe for Architects answers the questions:
- How do I plan for and execute a PI?
- How do I plan the architectural runway to consistently deliver business value?
- How do I create clarity and visibility into the architectural vision for an ART?
Cost: R27 000,00 Excl Vat
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About the trainer
Having spent almost all her working career in IT, the arrival of Lean-Agile brought a fresh new way of working, one that Brigitte is passionate about – “It just makes so much sense”. She was at the forefront of the Lean-Agile transformation at a leading financial institution in South Africa, and continues to share her passion through consulting, training and coaching opportunities with Kaizania. She has travelled extensively on the African continent as a SAFe Program Consultant, and has formally trained in excess of 450 people across the continent. She is passionate about training, and her experience in the field allows her to connect the theory to the practice.
SAFe for Architects
Date: September 2023
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"She was freaking amazing, she made a difficult course easy, made it interactive and encouraged us to learn with very nice examples.”