Friends reached out for some training for a few people in their teams at Curtin University, they were initially looking at about maybe six people. Fast forward a month and we had delivered three runs of our “Agile Essentials” course for just short of 60 people across Technology, Marketing and People & Culture. Wow, what fun we had!!
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My last blog was focused on what I learnt about the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). The theme quote for that blog was:
“If you’ve lost the ability to do small things then you’ve not scaled, you’ve just gotten big and slow!!!”
So what are the small things we should do well at the team level or at scale? Breaking the work up, avoiding big batches, and letting the work flow was one of the recommendations.
This blog will focus on the integration of techniques to deliver goal-orientated scope (that breaks up the work) and take a look at how you might start to visualise and manage the flow at the portfolio level.
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