14th of June – Free demo run online Fly4You – SAFe
Why would you add the SAFe game to your training or projects?
- This simulation will encourage a team of employees to work on SAFe challenges and develop the skills needed to make SAFe projects successful.
- This simulation results in faster acceptance of SAFe principles and quicker integration in employee’s day-to-day scaled Agile environments.
- The mixture of theory, skills and behavior will guarantees a faster transfer of knowledge
Dean Leffingwell (SAFe creator and methodologist):
“This simulation is spot on and touches the essence of SAFe and the Challenges our customers are facing. This is a unique product we like to support”.
More information: Promo video
- How can we organize digital transformation programs?
- What are the key elements of a SAFe® approach?
- How can SAFe® principles benefit the organization?
- What is the impact of this way of working for an organization and how can we deal with this?
- How to involve all stakeholders when ‘implementing’ this way of working?
- How to define a Strategic Theme?
- How to prioritize Features and Enablers on a Program Backlog?
- How to prepare for a successful PI Planning?
- How to execute a PI Planning?
- How to involve Business roles in this process?
- How to prepare a Program Board?
- How to work with multiple teams focussing on the same outcomes?
- How to be flexible and scalable when building new systems and services?
- How to implement a SAFe® ‘culture’ in an organization?
Who is this simulation for?
- This simulation is for managers and team leads to learn what SAFe® is all about and how to use it?
- This simulation is also for employees who work in teams and want to learn how to apply SAFe® principles in their own work.
- Before starting a SAFe® program or training, this simulation can be used to create a basic overview of what SAFe® is all about. This will increase the success rate of the program or training.
- When finished a SAFe® training this simulation can support transferring knowledge from training to day to day work. Students can apply the theory into a realistic and safe learning environment to bring the knowledge to the level of understanding and applying