Identifying the Product Owner for the System Team can sometimes be not as straightforward as it can be for other teams in Agile Release Trains (ART). Here we explore what you need to consider to make this a successful role. This is the first of a series of three articles that explores the role of the Product Owner in relation to the System Team and their essential skills. In the later articles, we will explore where you might find candidates for the role and how to plan their personal development to excel, followed by antipatterns to be aware of and some quick wins.
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For many years Radtac has been delivering Agile Virtual Training as well as our Classroom, Video and eLearning training services. Whether online or offline we always provide the best learning experience. Given the current global condition Don't Panic - we know that most of our customers are currently facing travel bans and isolation which means that our Agile Virtual Training is the best solution available.
On a sunny Edinburgh day Alan Furlong was a guest speak at the Agile Scotland spring event. Alan is a former senior HR professional, two times successful entrepreneur and a passionate advocate for the people aspects of digital transformation. At Radtac he uses his wealth of experience and authentic people skills to accelerate our transformations.
Since 2017 we’ve successfully worked with ICAgile (International Consortium for Agile) to become a Member Training Organisation (MTO) and accredit our Agile Fundamentals, Coaching & Facilitation courses and trainers that many of you will have attended and completed your certification for.
Our four-part blog series exploring the best training solution for your team/organisation concludes today. You may have already read part to three which covered on-site, scheduled and e-learning training solutions. In each part our team weighed up the pros & cons of each solution and offered guidance on which solution may suit each need. You may wish to download our free decision-making support!
In this final part of the series we’re going to explore how a training package could support an organisation.
Welcome to part 2 in our 4 part training blog. In this blog I will be taking you through our public (or scheduled) courses and the benefits of attending a Radtac course.
When I receive enquiries for our public courses, I am always asked “Why are public courses beneficial to businesses”?
I’d like to share with you why it’s a great benefit for your organisation to send employees to Radtac public courses.
I know attending any course can be daunting but there are many benefits to attending a public scheduled courses.
One effect Travelport have seen from implementing SAFE® is that Program Increment (PI) Planning has enabled teams to collaborate more effectively across teams.
This blog is the second in a series of short blogs looking back on Travelport full enterprise-wide transformation using SAFe®.
If you missed the first blog then click <here>
In this blog we look at the power of PI Planning where Dean Leffingwell always says ‘this is where the magic happens’. For Travelport this was ‘the most fundamental change for their commercial teams’.
Program Increment (PI) Planning is a cadence-based, face-to-face event that serves as the heartbeat of the Agile Release Train (ART). Aligning all the teams on the ART to a shared mission and promotes the capability to collaborate more effectively across teams.
Watch the video to hear the full story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EF0yGq9XCrA&feature=youtu.be
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