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5.20.16_Ready to Get Started on Your SAFe® 4.0 Transformation? 

Mon May 23, 2016 04:14 PM

How SAFe is the IBM Collaborative Lifecycle Management solution? Starting in CLM 6.0.1, it is quite SAFe with expanded capabilities for both systems engineering and IT organizations who need more robust governance at the Value Stream level to capture artifacts and traceability across them related to solution delivery. Come see what's new in SAFe 4.0, including a methodology overview from one of the thought leaders from Scaled Agile, Inc., as well as a tooling overview that covers the domain model and beta templates available today. Join us -- we'd love your feedback.

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Richard Knaster has more than 25 years’ experience in software development in roles ranging from developer to executive and has been involved in Agile for more than a decade. Richard is a principal contributor to the Scaled Agile Framework.

Amy Silberbauer is a recognized subject matter expert on scaled agile and software development lifecycle solutions, including enterprise modernization, SOA and collaborative DevOps. She has been with IBM for 29 years and has two decades of software development experience as an engineer, architect and manager. She is a certified SAFe® Program Consultant experienced in leading and consulting on multiple internal and external SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework®) transformations.

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Sat April 22, 2017 12:33 PM

How do you get started at the enterprise level?

Hello,

I am looking for for more focused guidance on how to start with enterprise agile with a company that has very little knowledge of agile?  How do we get an executive team started?  what would a roadmap look like?

 

I would appreciate guidance.

 

Regards,

 

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