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Read how SAFe Product Owner/Product Manager Certification enables you to coach and guide the enterprise to succeed in a disruptive marketplace.

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Read about various stages of team development to become self-organized to accomplish your work rather than being directed by others outside the team.

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Bottom line for that client Professional Scrum with Kanban dramatically improves performance for teams that get how Scrum with Kanban works. Like anything, a little knowledge can be dangerous. Here is a report from one individual at that client...

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I read the books. I reviewed the books. But I didn't get it. I had to attend a workshop to understand what Flow is all about. And it was so good I went again, this time seeing both Fin Goulding and Haydn Shaughnessy in action. understand your customers more. Stop filling the funnel, try Flow!

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a case study on evidence based management for agility for freeing up capacity

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For those who use Scrum, I hope you find this two-pager of hints and links useful....let me know if you have even better ones, thank you.

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SAFe® 4.6 Competencies

By Nader Talai • October 21, 2019

Read how the scaled agile framework provides a lens through which lean-agile organizations can gauge their business agility and lead towards transformation.

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Read the importance of SAFe Agile training and how certified SAFe Program Consultants with detailed knowledge of Scaled Agile Framework can act as change agents.

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A blog post on executive leadership inspired by conversation with Angie Main, Andrzej Zińczuk, Andy Carmichael, Ben Maynard, Bjarte Bognes, Brendan Wovchko, Charles Bradley, Daniel Doiron, Daniel Vacanti, Dave Snowden, Dave West, David Dame, Don McGreal, Erich R. Bühler, Erik Weber, Fin Goulding, Haydn Shaughnessy, Jackie Thoms, Jill Graves, John Seddon, Kurt Bittner, Laurens Bonnema, Liz Keogh, Mark Noneman, Marshall Goldsmith, Mike Burrows, Nader Talai, Ron Eringa, Steve Porter, and Thomas Power

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Kanban for Complexity™ is itself on an empirical Direction of Travel, and it is designed to support the Cynefin™ Sense Making Framework’s complicated (domain of experts) & complex (domain of emergence) domains, regardless of the type of knowledge work, regardless of whether (customer and/or knowledge) value can be delivered in 4 weeks or less.

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Context is 1000s of people, with a huge appetite for varying levels of agility, and low appetite for risk, with so much enthusiasm that any collaborative workshop is called a "Scrum"

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