Leveraging SAFe® for success in smaller enterprises

SAFe® - Provided by Scaled Agile

Thursday 14th March

11am - 12pm AEDT

There is a common misconception that the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) is only appropriate for large organisations. The fact is, it’s very successfully leveraged by smaller organisations too. If you have 50-100 people in your development teams and are looking for agile approaches that scale when needed, then this webinar is for you.

Join one of the world’s leading Agilists, Mark Richards, and PM-Partners SAFe Practice Consultant Quinn Dodsworth, as they unravel the myths around SAFe and share how smaller organisations are successfully implementing agile at scale. Tune in as they draw on real-life stories to highlight the SAFe strategies and principles that can empower smaller organisations to succeed.

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This webinar is co-hosted by Scaled Agile Inc and Scaled Agile Gold Partner, PM-Partners.


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Mark Richards

SAFe® Fellow & SAFe Practice Consultant Trainer

Mark has been involved with the SAFe Framework since 2012 when he coached Australia’s first Scaled Agile implementation at Telstra. In 2013 he made major contributions to the framework which led him to being named the world’s first SAFe Program Consultant Trainer (SPCT) outside of Scaled Agile Inc. Mark is one of only a handful of SAFe Fellows in the world. “The SAFe Fellow program represents the ultimate achievement for those looking to advance Lean-Agile methods at enterprise scale with SAFe,” says Dean Leffingwell, creator of SAFe and Chief Methodologist. “If we are in a challenging situation—whether puzzling over the next generation framework or struggling to optimise a SAFe implementation—the Fellows are the folks we turn to.”

Quinn Dodsworth

Quinn Dodsworth

SAFe Practice Consultant & Certified Facilitator, PM-Partners

Quinn is a highly capable practitioner with a solid agile transformation background. He excels in driving new and innovative solutions to uplift delivery capability through design and development of critical skills and knowledge across an organisation. These projects can range in size and complexity, with multiple internal and external stakeholders engaged to deliver a range of learning solutions to assist in agile transformation. Quinn is also on his way to achieving the highly regarded SAFe Practice Consultant Trainer certification (SPCT) currently held by fewer than 100 SAFe experts worldwide. Later this month, he will attend Immersion Week in Colorado, U.S. to formalise his qualifications.