The great resignation? Quiet quitting? The global engagement crisis?
Maximizing employee engagement has been an ongoing challenge, and now more than ever, it should be on every organization’s agenda.
Agile and Scrum, through their values, principles and practices provide many opportunities to increase employee engagement.
Increasing individuals and teams’ autonomy is one of the keys to engagement.
Let’s zoom in on the scrum events. How can you leverage these to increase autonomy?
Check the list of actions you can take.
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How would you describe your experience when someone reviews your code? Many developers report this is a source of stress, conflicts, and even power and
SAFe 5.1 doubles down on the importance of organizing around value. SAI SAFe Fellow, Andrew Sales will cover new and updated guidance for effectively identifying Operational and Development value streams to maximize the value you’re creating for your organization and accelerate time to market.
AgileSparks SPCT Yuval Yeret will bring his experience from working with dozens of enterprise-level technology companies to share practical tips and techniques that can be used with SAFe 5.1 to combine customer-centricity and Operational Value Stream identification. These patterns have helped both ISV enterprises, as well as IT organizations, organize around value.
Agile Marketing Resources
Agile Marketing helps marketing organizations become faster, more flexible/responsive, and more collaborative in order to be better tuned to the business they’re supporting.
Inspired by the more general Agile approach, Agile Marketing describes a mindset of continuous learning and validation, customer-focused collaboration across functional silos, adaptive and iterative campaigns, and more responsive/continuous planning – all as a way to deal more effectively with uncertainty and complexity.
Agile Marketing teams use techniques such as Scrum to work in an iterative cadence and Kanban to visualize and improve the flow of work. Larger marketing organizations use approaches such as SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) to align and collaborate across teams of agile teams.
How do we handle Scope Changes in a SAFe Program Increment?
A question about handling scope changes in SAFe was posed recently on a forum I’m participating in (The SAFe Community Forum). This is a question posed regularly in training and on ARTs I’m coaching so I thought I’d provide my thoughts here.
I’m encountering more and more people that are trying to solve different kinds of problems with Scrum:
People designing Consumer Goods
Accounting professionals focused on Revenue Accounting
Marketers of many kinds
I’ve been having some interesting discussions with them that I thought I might share.
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