SAFe

Not all SAFe® training is alike.

Yes, the materials are the same but the presenters and trainers are quite different. All of our SAFe trainers have over 10 years of experience in Agile at Scale. This depth of understanding enables us to answer the tough questions on how to implement SAFe.


Standard SAFe Training

Level: Intermediate
Length: 4 Days
PMI Recognized: Yes
Certify as a SAFe Program Consultant and Become the Lean-Agile Change Agent That leads the SAFe Transformation in the Enterprise
Level: Advanced
Length: 2 Days
PMI Recognized: No
Get the resources you need to Lead SAFe® in your enterprise and become a certified SAFe Agilist (SA)

 

Net Objectives Special Training on SAFe®

Success with Agile at Scale has varied from little to dramatic.  The reasons for this are many. The common themes however, are no one defined Agile at Scale approach (e.g., SAFe, LeSS, Nexus, …) include advanced practices we’ve found essential.   Furthermore, all take a “one-sized fits all”...
This is an online version of Taking 'Agile at Scale' to the Next Level: Improving Your SAFe® or Other Large Scale Adoption delivered in an online format of 2 4-hour segments. Success with Agile at scale has varied from little to dramatic.  The reasons for this are many. The common themes however,...
This workshop introduces how architects can work in a SAFe® environment. The architectural roles in scaled Agile are explored.  The course emphasizes the qualities of architecture and code that enhance Agile development.Net Objectives has been doing Agile at scale since 2004. We have pioneered...
Kanban can be used at all levels in SAFe®, from the Portfolio to the team level. This workshop helps SAFe practitioners understand Kanban, the differences between Kanban and Scrum, and how to apply Lean principles to create and adapt their Kanban process. By the end of the workshop, participants...
“Built-In Quality” is a core value of SAFe®, of doing Lean-Agile at scale. It is what allows quicker delivery of Business value. One of the key practices in realizing Built-In Quality is Acceptance Test-Driven Development (ATDD). This course describes how the triad (customer, tester, and developer...
Among other things, Agile Software Development requires a high degree of flexibility in the coding process. As we get feedback from clients, stakeholders, and end users, we want to be able to evolve the  design and functionality to meet their needs and expectations. This implies an incremental...
Built-in Quality is one of the four core values of the Scaled Agile Framework®. It is critical for doing Lean-Agile at scale. It is what allows quicker delivery of Business value. One of the key practices in realizing Built-In Quality is Acceptance Test-Driven Development (ATDD) which is also known...