A System Thinking and Perspective on the SAFe Framework
The SAFe Framework represents a composition of roles, artifacts, constructs, concepts, etc., but the organization of these roles and their interaction are subject to all types of interpretation.
I will discuss the SAFe roles and their interactions from a system perspective and discuss how a new organization emerges when these roles commit to and comply with their responsibilities.
Such an understating must help not merely with the SAFe Framework implementation, but a successful Agile Transformation and Organization Redesign.
Such an understanding brings system thinking to the forefront of the SAFe Framework and fosters an Enterprise Transformation.
Looking forward to meet you in this wonderful Agile session.
Agile & Scrum Practitioners Forum ASPF- Sponsored by FIEG.
- 1.5 – Category A [Business & Strategic Management]
- 1.5 – Category A [Leadership]
- 6:30 PM – 7 PM Networking
- 7 PM – 8:30 PM Session by Speakers, discussion and Q&A round
- 8:30 PM – 9:30 PM Drinks and Dinner (On the house)
Food: Complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic beverages
About the Speaker:
Joseph Barjis PhD, PMP®, SAFe® SPC4, CSP®, DEMO® Master/Contributor to Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®)
International speaker, author, presenter, trainer, coach, professor in the heart of Silicon Valley (SJSU).With 20+ years consulting, R&D, and academic career spanning from Europe to Silicon Valley, from start-ups to Global Fortune 100, top consulting companies, and top research universities, I worked in fields of Lean, Agile, Systems Engineering, Cloud, Predictive Analytics, Data Science, Enterprise Engineering, Organization Design, Information Systems, and Supply Chains leading end-to-end large scale enterprise transformations, change management, process improvement.