Certified SAFe® Government Practitioner
The transition to lean agile practices to build technology-based capabilities is a particular challenge in the environment of the federal government.
However, with the right information and strategies, the problems of traditional governance, procurement and organisational barriers can be overcome.
In this two-day course, participants will learn the principles and practices of the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®), learn how to add and release value using Agile Release Trains (ART's), and what it means to lead a lean agile transformation of a program within a federal agency.
Participants will gain an understanding of the Lean Agile mentality and learn why it is an essential foundation for transformation. They will also receive practical advice on building strong, agile teams and multi-vendor programs, managing technology investments in Lean Flow, acquiring solutions with agile contracts, launching the program, and planning and delivering value with SAFe. Participants will also learn how specific leadership behaviors can drive successful organizational change in the federal government environment.
Participants should be able to assume the role of a SAFe® contact person for federal authorities
Transforming government programs from traditional software and systems development models to Lean Agile and DevOps thinking, principles and practices with SAFe
Align technology strategy, budget planning and forecasting, procurement, compliance and management processes with flow-based practices using new government policies
Organize government programs into one or more Agile Release Trains (ARTs) and execute them in Program Increments (PIs)
Examine the coordination of large solutions in a government and multi-vendor environment
Identify and internalize the mindset and leadership behaviors essential to successful Lean Agile transformation
Provide a preliminary outline of the next steps to start and/or accelerate the implementation of SAFe in your programme or authority
Especially for this course: how to integrate the shared services (support units) into a SAFe framework
What the participants receive
One-year membership in the SAFe community
Certificate of completion of the course
A certification test in the SAFe community
for the Certified SAFe® Government Practitioner
All are welcome to join the course, regardless of experience. However, the following prerequisites are strongly recommended:
You have already successfully attended an accredited SAFe course and are familiar with the SAFe Framework.
Alternatively we recommend our 1 day SAFe Overview Course.
27.&28.10.2020 / 09.&10.12.2020
08:30 - 12:00 & 13:15 - 16:45
Online or physical
*(please state your preference in the comment section of your application)
CHF 1650 (exkl. VAT)
Number of participants is limited!
Your instructor - Javier Baiges
Javier Baiges aquired his understanding of the basics of classical Kaizen at the Kaizen Institute under the management of Masaaki Imai. Topics such as Lean Management, TPM (Total Productive Management) Lean Administration were just as much a part of the course as the training as Trainer & Coach. His knowledge was applied and deepened in a practical way in different sectors such as the pharmaceutical industry, heavy industry, various production workshops and service companies.
Since 2015 his focus has increasingly shifted to agile topics. Experience in various areas of application has shown that both the classic variants and agile methods must be individually adapted to the individual companies, because dogmatic adherence to only one approach is not conducive to achieving the desired results.
Javier developed the satisfy Education Model from these theoretical basics and the practical experiences to a holistic system, which allows the user to understand the complex system of a company in a holistic way, in order to apply and further develop methods from the course modules individually as required.
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Picture: Javier Baiges together with Masaaki Imai.