LONDON, March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
New SAFe Scaled Agile Framework® courses address demand from enterprises embarking on large-scale Agile programmes.
Many organisations are keen to employ Agile practices at scale, but realise that their current Agile toolkit isn't up to the job. David Hicks of agil8 explains:
"The rapid adoption of Agile techniques and methods by larger enterprises in recent years means there is now a critical mass of business leaders looking to expand its use across the organisation. At the point Agile is extended beyond the single team or small project, you need to synchronise alignment, collaboration and delivery. SAFe provides a well-defined, proven framework for successful business implementation of Agile practices at scale."
The SAFe Scaled Agile Framework®, developed by Dean Leffingwell in response to this need, is now the leading method for large-scale Agile programmes as it provides a complete approach for large-scale, multi-team Agile projects. For more information on the Scaled Agile Framework®, visit: http://www.scaledagileframework.com/
David Hicks of agil8, long-time Agile pioneer, Agile Alliance Founder and Gold Partner in the Scaled Agile Partner Program, with a unique 25 year track record in Agile training and consultancy, will personally be leading a series of new public 2-day SAFe courses in London, UK this spring and summer. David has been responsible for some of the largest and most complex Agile implementations in the world and he has become a leading expert in the complete range of today's Lean and Agile methods.
Aimed at CIOs, CEOs, consultants and coaches, and Agile change agents responsible for leading a Lean | Agile change initiative in a large software enterprise, these courses are also available as bespoke in-house training. For Leading SAFe course details and to enroll, visit: http://www.agil8.com/training/certified-safe-agilist.html.
Delegates from previous courses include Business Heads and Senior Project Managers, Enterprise Architects and Consultants across a variety of business and consulting sectors, from both SME's and larger enterprises such as Marks and Spencer, Barclays Bank and BSkyB.
SOURCE Agil8 Ltd