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SAFe – A dangerous weapon.
Techniques to implementing a
lasting adoption of the Scaled
Agile Framework
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3© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved.V4.0.0© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Foundations of the
Sca...
4© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 4
Apply Lean-Agile principles
#1-Take an economic view
#2-Apply systems th...
5© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
SAFe for midsize solutions
Expand
one level
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SAFe for large solutions
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one level
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Build value with Agile Release Trains
 Apply cadence and synchronization
...
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Synchronize with PI Planning
 Requirements and design emerge
 Important ...
9© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 9
Lead the implementation
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Leadership Foundation
People are already doing
their best; the problems a...
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Implementing SAFe 1,2,3
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Sustainable Pace – Not just for engineers…
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Guided Tour vs Self Guide
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Freedom on the Freedom Trail
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Organizations ARE Snowflakes
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Sometimes a walk with an expert IS much better …
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Come Soon…
COME SOON
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How we achieved a healthy transformation flow at
companies like HP, Siemens, Amdocs
Improve/
Boost
Backlog
I
D...
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Let Leaders Pull Training
• Run Leading-SAFe /
Foundations every X
weeks
• Market internally using
“Launch” te...
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Use a “SAFe Implementation Workshop” for a specific VS/ART
http://bit.ly/ImplSAFe
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Open the space “SAFe @ our company/org – What does it mean? Why? How?”
https://twambeke.files.wordpress.com/20...
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10:30
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Sample Open Space Agenda
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Open the space in the SAFe QuickStart
When you find a Value Stream, g...
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Follow a Confidence Vote with a mini-open-space
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Use guerilla marketing to grow – leveraging the beach
head
Improve/
Boost
Backlog
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DecideProspects Stable/
Re...
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In summary - Try this on your next SAFe implementation:
1. Treat the enterprise/portfolio as an open market, u...
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SAFe – A dangerous weapon. Techniques to implementing a lasting adoption of the Scaled Agile Framework

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Please join us on Wednesday January 27 in Burlington MA starting at 6:30 pm as senior enterprise agility coach Yuval Yeret describes several techniques that can be used to produce a lasting and productive adoption of the Scaled Agile Framework.

The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) is a powerful and popular framework for implementing agile at large scale across the enterprise. However many organizations see their implementation of SAFe stall and even backfire since the adoption is mandated from its organizational leaders, instead of engaged teams participating and choosing their SAFe.

In this talk we will examine some dangerous implementation anti-patterns as well as healthier alternatives. You will learn some concrete techniques that help live up to the Lean/SAFe principles of respecting and engaging people. We will discuss field-proven ideas such as pull-based crossing the chasm approach to implementation, use of open space as part of the different SAFe ceremonies, and how Open Space Agility can combine with SAFe.

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SAFe – A dangerous weapon. Techniques to implementing a lasting adoption of the Scaled Agile Framework

  1. 1. yuval@ .com SAFe – A dangerous weapon. Techniques to implementing a lasting adoption of the Scaled Agile Framework Yuval Yeret Jan 27 2016
  2. 2. yuval@ .com
  3. 3. 3© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved.V4.0.0© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Foundations of the Scaled Agile Framework® 4.0 Values, Principles, Practices, Implementation http://scaledagileframework.com/videos-and-presentations/
  4. 4. 4© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 4 Apply Lean-Agile principles #1-Take an economic view #2-Apply systems thinking #3-Assume variability; preserve options #4-Build incrementally with fast, integrated learning cycles #5-Base milestones on objective evaluation of working systems #6-Visualize and limit WIP, reduce batch sizes, and manage queue lengths #7-Apply cadence, synchronize with cross-domain planning #8-Unlock the intrinsic motivation of knowledge workers #9-Decentralize decision-making Leffingwell et al. © 2015 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved 4
  5. 5. 5© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. SAFe for midsize solutions Expand one level
  6. 6. 6© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. SAFe for large solutions Collapse one level
  7. 7. 7© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Build value with Agile Release Trains  Apply cadence and synchronization  Communicate with Vision and Roadmap  Manage the flow of work  Apply objective Milestones to measure progress
  8. 8. 8© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Synchronize with PI Planning  Requirements and design emerge  Important stakeholder decisions are accelerated  Teams create—and take responsibilty—for plans  All stakeholders face-to-face, (but typically multiple locations)  Management sets the mission, with minimum possible constraints Future product development tasks can’t be pre-determined. Distribute planning and control to those who can understand and react to the end results. — Michael Kennedy, Product Development for the Lean Enterprise
  9. 9. 9© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 9 Lead the implementation
  10. 10. 10© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Leadership Foundation People are already doing their best; the problems are with the system. Only management can change the system. —W. Edwards Deming ‣ Lead the change ‣ Know the way; emphasize life-long learning ‣ Develop people ‣ Inspire and align with mission; minimize constraints ‣ Decentralize decision-making ‣ Unlock the intrinsic motivation of knowledge workers Respectfor peopleandculture Flow Innovation Relentless improvement VALUE LEADERSHIP
  11. 11. 11© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Implementing SAFe 1,2,3
  12. 12. 12© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved.V4.0.0© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  13. 13. 13© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Sustainable Pace – Not just for engineers… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGfplQ1FUFs
  14. 14. yuval@ .com Guided Tour vs Self Guide
  15. 15. yuval@ .com Freedom on the Freedom Trail
  16. 16. yuval@ .com Organizations ARE Snowflakes
  17. 17. yuval@ .com Sometimes a walk with an expert IS much better …
  18. 18. yuval@ .com Come Soon… COME SOON
  19. 19. yuval@ .com
  20. 20. yuval@ .com How we achieved a healthy transformation flow at companies like HP, Siemens, Amdocs Improve/ Boost Backlog I DecideProspects Stable/ Recharging F B Leading SAFe Mgmt Workshop Kickoff/ Quick Start Stabilize – I&A L N “Pull from management & executives” E D Market/Sell more depth Q R Market/Sell the change to LOBs G
  21. 21. yuval@ .com
  22. 22. yuval@ .com Let Leaders Pull Training • Run Leading-SAFe / Foundations every X weeks • Market internally using “Launch” techniques (Scarcity, Deadline, etc.) • Let people opt-in • Will identify champions and potentially interested value streams/ARTs
  23. 23. yuval@ .com Use a “SAFe Implementation Workshop” for a specific VS/ART http://bit.ly/ImplSAFe
  24. 24. yuval@ .com Open the space “SAFe @ our company/org – What does it mean? Why? How?” https://twambeke.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/openspace.gif
  25. 25. yuval@ .com 8:00- 9:00 9:00- 10:30 1:00- 4:00 10:30- 11:30 4:00- 5:00 11:30- 1:00 Sample Open Space Agenda
  26. 26. 26© 2016 Scaled Agile, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 12. Open the space in the SAFe QuickStart When you find a Value Stream, go all in and all at once for each Train. The one-week launch is a proven adoption model. SAFe Scrum Master Orientation SAFe Product Owner Orientation Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Tooltraining Go. SAFe. Now. Training: SAFe for Teams Prepare PI Planning • Leave some of the HOW decisions open for discussion • Mini-open-space addressing “Vote of confidence” concerns regarding “What are the implications of running SAFe on our train”
  27. 27. yuval@ .com Follow a Confidence Vote with a mini-open-space
  28. 28. yuval@ .com Use guerilla marketing to grow – leveraging the beach head Improve/ Boost Backlog I DecideProspects Stable/ Recharging D Leading SAFe Mgmt Workshop Kickoff/ Quick Start Stabilize – I&A L N Q R Share success, publicly visualize, invite prospects to PI Demo Invite prospects to QuickStart/ PI Planning Any other ideas?
  29. 29. yuval@ .com In summary - Try this on your next SAFe implementation: 1. Treat the enterprise/portfolio as an open market, use marketing techniques, let trains/value streams pull. 2. Invite people to pull/opt into training (Foundations, Leading SAFe, ScrumXP, PO, etc.) and use that to identify leads/prospects. 3. Use open space to invite interested people to discuss the potential and implications of Scaling Agile w/ SAFe in the organization. 4. Use Leading SAFe combined with Management Workshop for Trains/VSs that pull and want to start – make them own their SAFe approach. 5. Spice QuickStart with mini-open-space vignettes e.g. around “Vote of confidence” in first PI Planning. 6. Use guerilla marketing to grow – share successes, invite prospects to exciting ceremonies such as PI Planning, PI Demo, invite excited leaders to share their story in periodical training or directly send prospects to hear a testimonial from them.
  30. 30. yuval@ .com • http://scaledagileframework.com/videos-and-presentations/ • http://scaledagileframework.com/videos-and-presentations/ • http://yuvalyeret.com/pull-based-change-management/ • http://yuvalyeret.com/2015/11/02/safe-invitations-part-13-pull-based-change/, • http://yuvalyeret.com/2015/11/03/safe-invitations-part-23-management-workshop-and-vote- of-confidence-driven-open-space-in-quickstart/ • http://yuvalyeret.com/2015/11/04/safe-invitations-part-23-combining-open-space-agility-and- safe/ • http://www.agilesparks.com/safe-implementation-strategy-leadership-focusing-workshop • http://openspaceagility.com/ References
  31. 31. yuval@ .com Use AgileBoston For 10% discount on all upcoming workshops http://bit.ly/AgileSparksEvents (Or just google AgileSparks Eventbrite) Also available in NYC next week CT on Feb 24-25
  32. 32. yuval@ .com Feedback/ Questions/ Suggestions/ Followup… Yuval@AgileSparks.com T: 857-218-9585

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