The SAFe framework guides organizations in adopting Agile at an enterprise level, focusing on architecture, integration, funding, governance and roles at scale. Using SAFe, organizations can quickly initiate and sustain the use of Agile throughout their IT groups, ensuring that its value is widespread.
“Agile (mainly scrum) is now widespread, but some organizations are still hesitant to implement it or are unsure how to implement it across a large number of teams without losing its benefits,” said Mike Harris, CEO of David Consulting Group, certified scrum master and certified SAFe Program Consultant. “Using SAFe, we can map out an Agile implementation plan across an enterprise that is customized for the environment and maximizes the probability of a successful ongoing Agile program.”
Having received his SAFe version 3.0 Program Consultant certification from the Scaled Agile Academy, Mike Harris is available to lead organizations in implementing SAFe via DCG’s SAFe Readiness Review solution. The Readiness Review assesses where an organization currently stands in terms of its development processes, leading to the creation and execution of a customized SAFe implementation plan to ensure that the organization fully commits to the framework and fully reaps the anticipated benefits.
For those interested in learning more about SAFe and its benefits, DCG is hosting a free webinar (https://www3.gotomeeting.com/
More information about David Consulting Group’sSAFe Readiness Review (http://www.davidconsultinggroup.com/
About David Consulting Group
DCG is a global provider of software analytics, software quality management and Agile development solutions. Since 1994, companies of all sizes who depend on their software have relied on DCG to meet their standards and deliver valuable improvements at the right price. DCG maintains a U.S. corporate office in Malvern, PA, and a European corporate office, DCG-SMS, in Blackpool, UK.
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