Carl Starendals presentation from a meetup in Gothenburg about value stream identification and lessons from doing it in the field
Scaled agile framework suggests that each agile release train has its own system team. Usually there is some confusion around the benefit of making such investment in resources and also how to capitalize on it. Here are a few pointers to why, who and how in regards to system teams.
Carl Starendals presentation from a meetup in Copenhagen where he talked about the Scaling Agile Framework and DevOps and explored how these two things overlap and combine.
Peter Horvath has been doing Game Jam’s for several years at several companies. The largest one involved about 200 people in five different countries. This is story were he managed to take the concept to an entirely new level. Here is his experience on how they released five games in four days.
Our expert Scrum trainer Peter Horvath has been helping teams working Agile for many years. Here he shares a story from gaming company that trapped in silos and needed the power of Scrum to unleash the potential in the organisation.
Skolplattformen i Stockholm har fått mycket kritik från elever, föräldrar och lärare men även från kommunens revisorer. Fredrik Viljesjö från We Are Movement pratar här om hur man skulle kunna gjort istället med hjälp av de insikter vi har från Agilt arbete med DevOps.
Peter Antman och Emanuel Tunbjer från We Are Movement träffades en kväll i februari för ett samtal om det Agila Manifestet som fyller 20 i år. I det här inspelade webbinariet pratar de både om personliga reflektioner, hur deras resa i det Agila ekosystemet i Sverige har varit i både små team och stora organisationer, vad som varit bäst och värst, och vad de ser komma som nästa uppgift att ta sig an ur ett Agilt och hållbart perspektiv.
SAFe Fellow Marc Rix came back to We Are Movement to talk about what’s new in SAFe 5.1 when it comes to DevOps and Architecture. Together with We Are Movements Partner and DevOps expert Fredrik Viljesjö we will learned about the latest changes and why they came about.
In this video SAFe Fellow Carl Starendal steps through where the role of the Release Train Engineer came from, how the RTE role was (is) shaped by the current SAFe RTE training and his observation for where the RTE role is heading in the future from both a skill and organizational perspective.
Carl Starendal and Andrew Sales on how the ideas from Team Topologies can be used to help organise teams and ARTs at scale.
We Are Movement co-founder Carl Starendal appointed a SAFe Fellow by Scaled Agile Inc.
Recording of the We Are Movement webinar about Design Sprints with Emanuel Tunbjer and Magnus Westerberg, where they showed and discussed how to use Designs Sprints in a recurring way in large organisations
Our partner Fredrik Viljesjö was speaking at DevOps Days Stockholm 2020. He addressed the need of doing Value Stream Mapping to understand the Development Value Stream to understand where to start with DevOps. This year the conference was held online and a recording of the talk is available here.
Summary of the We Are Movement webinar with SAFe SPCT Carl Starendal and Dr Steve Mayner about Lean-Agile Leadership and the SAFe Leadership Development Program
This webinar is a conversation about DevOps with a special focus on larger companies that often has with legacy systems.
At some point, continuous improvement isn’t continuous anymore. You have to release new versions, be they tiny changes, at a certain interval to attain a higher development speed, and get ahead of the competition. Corona has had few positive effects on our society, except having us start caring about each other again.
How to use Cumulative Flow Diagrams and Monte Carlo simulations to manage feature flow and forecast delivery
At a recent meetup in Copenhagen I talked about the Scaling Agile Framework and DevOps and explored how these two things overlap and combine together with the audience.
The Customer Experience has been identified as one of the most crucial factor for digital business development. But why are there still so many bottlenecks in the way for customer value and experience?