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How to prepare for SAFe certification examinations?

Having difficulty preparing for the exam? Are you in need of guidance? Take a look at his blog where our industry expert Vaibhav Patki shares information regarding guidance on taking certification exams.

The 5 types of Product Managers

While working with many companies around the world, our SPCT Eduardo Alvim got to develop a very special passion for Product Management. He is really interested in how companies build their products, how they reach the customers, how are they used (or not), and how are they maintained after deployed. Read the blog where he shares his experience.

How to Be A Good Scrum Master? Here Are 10 Tips!

People often say that “Scrum is easy to understand and hard to master.” Yes, the Scrum Framework should be easy to understand, as well as the Scrum Master accountability. But that is not what I have seen. I’ve seen many Scrum Masters think that they’ve “mastered Scrum”, but what they’re doing is purely mechanical. A framework is something mechanical, and unfortunately, what some people don’t pay enough attention to when applying Scrum is to its values, pillars, and empiricism.

The Differences Between SAFe, Scrum, and Kanban

If you are new to Agile, you might be wondering what is the difference between SAFe, Scrum, and Kanban, and how to understand what is better to choose for your team or company. In this article, we described in detail what is each of the terms and how to properly apply them in your business.

Systems Engineering - Problem in Search of Solution

Our Lean-Agile for Systems Engineering (LASE), is an approach to accelerate large complex system development while responding to changing customer needs. Let's understand the need for LASE

Do You Have Trust & Transparency in Your Scrum Team? If Not, You Don’t Have a Team

If there is no trust and transparency within your Scrum Team, there is no team – just a group of individuals.

How Scrum increases collaborative efforts in your organization and why that makes your life easier

Everyone knows that collaboration is important in an organization’s success. Today, let's take a look at the benefits of collaboration in the workplace and the role that Scrum plays in this process. No matter how many team members work together, there always needs to be some extent of communications amongst different departments and individuals within an organization. So, that brings the question: why do we need to raise this level of communication? The simple answer is this: the more people in an organization start interacting with one another, the more efficient and innovative the processes will be, the adaptability will increase, and every individual’s involvement will follow suit.

Introduction to Agility

Agility, Kanban, Scrum -- what does it all mean? These terms can be incredibly disorienting when you find yourself diving into the world of working Agile for the first time in your life. But fortunately, learning about Agile doesn’t have to be difficult or stressful. In fact, when you break these terms down into their simplest form, they prove to be part of a straightforward methodology on the most productive manner of working in a collaborative environment: Agile.

What is SAFe? The Scaled Agile Framework – part 1

In my previous two blogs I explained the challenges to and solutions for scaling Agile. In this blog I’ll discuss the best-known Agile scale-up model: the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe).SAFe, the acronym for Scaled Agile Framework, is probably the most widely encompassing framework of all the Agile frameworks. SAFe was published in 2011 by management consultant and software developer Dean Leffingwell, and is promoted worldwide by publisher Scaled Agile.

Why is an Agile transformation so demanding?

Agile transformation is an organizational transformation that affects all the people in a company: leaders, managers and employees. It is a bottom-up and top-down transformation that requires a strong focus on the overall mindset of an organization and one of the critical aspects: the elimination of fear-based norms.

5 Reasons to Implement Agile in Your Business

As a business owner or an employee, you’ve probably heard about Agile. But have you managed to gain an in-depth understanding of Agile, really discovering what it is and why more and more people are coming to the conclusion that Agile is an effective methodology that helps bring about an organization’s success? If you are new to the world of Agile, then you’re in luck. Today, we are going to familiarize you with Agile and its advantages, so that you can consider applying it in your workplace to manage your teams and projects effectively.
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