SAFe® is the vehicle that one may take to achieve the business agility an enterprise needs to thrive in the digital age. However, the new way of working requires fuel so that the success it brings is sustainable. That fuel is profit.
SPCs come from a variety of backgrounds and one’s life experiences can lead an individual to excel in the many roles and responsibilities in which SAFe Practice Consultants may serve. Join us to hear from two US Military veterans who have embarked upon a new journey as SPCs and change agents.
Many SPCs need a mentor, someone to help them on their path to success. In this episode of the SPC Journey Series, SAFe® Fellows Phil Gardiner, Joe Vallone and Dr. Steve Mayner will discuss the importance of mentoring in one's SPC Journey.
Finding an awesome Release Train Engineer (RTE) can be as difficult as finding a mythical creature. This individual is, ideally, a world-class facilitator, trusted by both developers and senior leaders, a respecter of timeboxes, a life-long learner, a cat-herder, and eventually a coach, trainer, and mentor. An understanding of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) is required to be effective in the role so many RTEs become SPCs
Recorded live the next episode in the SPC Journey Series: I’m an SPC, and We Built a Community with Takeisha Murphy and JC Titus of Ingenico. Together, we will explore the impact of building a community around an Agile Release Train where the teams, roles, and stakeholders deliver and relentlessly improve together.
Recorded live the next episode in the SPC Journey Series: I’m an SPC, and I Head a LACE with Alena Keck of Vodafone. SPCs work in a variety of areas, both internal and external. For example, they may serve as a consultant or a coach working as an external partner or be part of the internal enterprise at some point in the journey.
As an SPC, you learned about SAFe, the values and principles that power it, as well as how to implement the framework. Join us for the next episode in the SPC Journey series as we explore the realities of leading a transformation. Our guest speaker, Angela Smith, is deeply experienced leader in the healthcare market who has gainer her SPC as she leads the SAFe implementation at Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield.
You’ve taken one or more SAFe classes, and now it is your turn to teach. Most SPCs will need to educate people and train various certified SAFe classes. Join us for the next episode in the “SPC Journey” series as we discuss how an SPC can excel in the classroom so that they can enable participants with the knowledge and understanding necessary to achieve greater business agility.
As an SPC, you might see yourself as a trainer, a coach, a mentor, or a facilitator. However, the “C” in “SPC” stands for “Consultant.” Join SPCT Phil Gardiner and SPC Michael Robertson for the next episode in the “SPC Journey” series as we discuss consulting skills and how they benefit an enterprise or agency seeking to achieve greater business agility.