Flow @ SAFe®

Datum Ort Preis Trainer Sprache freie Plätze
27.03.2020  -
27.03.2020
Wiesbaden ,
Deutschland
1.150  EUR
Donald Reinertsen
8
26.06.2020  -
26.06.2020
Wiesbaden ,
Deutschland
1.150  EUR
Donald Reinertsen
12

A Supplementary Day with Don Reinertsen

Many of the important ideas contained in the SAFe framework are strongly aligned with the principles found in the best-selling book, The Principles of Product Development FLOW, Second Generation Lean Product Development. To harness the full power of these ideas, it is helpful to understand them at a deeper level than can be covered in standard SAFe training. 

KEGON has arranged with Don Reinertsen, the author of, The Principles of Product Development FLOW, to provide a special supplementary day for KEGON’s course, Implementing SAFe 5.0. In this session Don will cover the following topics:

Refining Cost of Delay 
SAFe’s Cost-of-Delay (CoD) calculation is a powerful shortcut that can be used with no financial training, however, some finance organizations prefer to compute CoD in Euros rather than Fibonacci numbers. In this section we will discuss: 

•    The logic behind SAFe’s current computation of Cost of Delay
•    How to quantify Customer Business Value, Time Criticality, Opportunity Enablement, and Risk Reduction in Euros/Dollars

The Science and Economics of Queues
The high utilization of developers inevitably results in work products sitting idle in queues waiting for resources. In development, these queues are both physically and financially invisible. To reduce these queues we must convince management that it makes financial sense either to add more capacity or to turn down work. In this section we will examine: 

•    How to make queues and their cost visible to management
•    How to financially justify excess capacity or reduced demand in a process with queues

The Science and Economics of Batch Size
Reducing batch sizes simultaneously improves efficiency, development speed, and product quality. Small batches enable fast feedback which is the key to agility. In this section we will examine the science behind batch size reduction:

•    The numerous advantages of small batches
•    The U-curve optimization associated with batch size
•    The critical enabling role of transaction cost 

Using WSJF for Prioritization
SAFe recognizes the importance of systematically giving highest priority to short jobs that have a high Cost-of-Delay.  In this section we will examine the important practical considerations in using WSJF approach on real projects:

•    How to prioritize independent items at the portfolio level
•    How things change when there are strong dependencies between items

Achieving Aligned Decentralization
At small scale, Agile’s strength is its ability to promote initiative at the lowest levels of the organization; alignment occurs automatically. At large scale, it is a much more complex problem to combine initiative and alignment. In this section we will discuss: 

•    Why decentralizing control is one of the greatest challenges for SAFe
•    How organizations have achieved alignment without undermining initiative. 

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