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Okaloa 4-Day Master Class NYC
9:00 AM - 11:59 PM Teach For America
Date: October 17, 2019 to October 17, 2019
Where: Teach For America, 25 Broadway - 12th Floor, New York, New York, United States, 10004
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Event Type: Business
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Ever wonder why Kanban appears prominently in several places in the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)? Do you have too many projects chasing too few resources? Want to know why Kanban is now officially endorsed by Ken Schwaber of (see Do you use Kanban for Operations but are having trouble with cross-team coordination? Do you run into delays in your process due to dependencies on outside departments (e.g. procurement, architecture, PMO, DBA, Apple App Store!?) Do you want to know about applying Scrum time-boxing in high volume flow systems? Wondering how to fit in an urgent new compliance initiative when your organization is already fully allocated? THIS WORKSHOP will teach you the foundations for scaling regardless of the scaling framework being used. Over four days we will analyze the barriers to scaling Agile practices and reveal highly effective techniques for resolving them. Days one and two prepare you to effectively align and optimize flow across multiple teams.   By understanding and recognizing the challenges that are faced upstream and across teams and learning simple yet incredibly effective techniques for managing cross-team dependencies. Days three and four expand on this knowledge and discuss challenges at the portfolio and strategic level within the Enterprise. We will review effective techniques to balance an ever-varying demand with an ever-varying supply. We will explore organizational liquidity as a measure of how well demand and supply can be matched! OverviewIn the ideal world, organizational agility is achieved by a swarm of relatively independent, cross-functional agile teams that spontaneously self-organize and fluently adapt to changing customer demand. The real world, however, is not so ideal. It forces upon us all kinds of constraints: specialization into competences, key-man dependencies, dependencies between teams, workflows that require work to be handed over from specialized role to
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