Our certified SAFe Release Train Engineers (RTE's) lead and facilitate Agile Release Train processes and execution. They'll ensure frequent value delivery, drive relentless improvement, and provide Lean-Agile transformational coaching.
Our SAFe certified Release Train Engineers (RTE's) and coaches are Agile leaders who ensure constant and frequent releases of quality value. They'll manage and optimize the flow of value through the Agile Release Train (ART), facilitate SAFe Agile ceremonies across value streams and help drive success across your teams and business.
The SAFe Framework (or Scaled Agile Framework) is used to organize entire portfolios with Agile. Our RTE's ensure multi-team alignment, frequent releases of value, improved collaboration and transparency.
Our RTE's will facilitate Program Increment planning ceremonies, track feature execution, facilitate other SAFe Agile ceremonies, improve the flow of value through value streams and more.
To implement SAFe Agile, our RTE's help you get setup with the right tools needed to manage workflow, measure program growth via metrics, and assist teams in relentless improvement.
Our Agile Coaches, Scrum Masters, and our Release Train Engineers are all trained in gathering and translating key metrics at a team, value stream and/or portfolio level. The types of metrics you will gather are as follows.
A Burnup chart helps teams and others visualize work completed in a sprint / iteration compared to the work that was committed to within that same sprint / iteration. This chart, like the Burndown chart offers insight into progress on work committments.
Our Agile Specialists help clients gain other valuable insights into team performance, quality, and more through enabling custom metric gathering. Metrics provide incredible transparency and highlights areas in need of improvement. Metrics are only meant to serve as a guide for helping teams relentlessly improve.
A Burndown chart shows the actual as well as the estimated amount of work within a sprint (or in SAFe terms - an 'iteration'). The x-axis of the Burndown Chart specifies the 'time', and the y-axis specifies the work items (or cards / issues).
A Velocity chart provides a way to gain insight into the amount of value a team delivers each and every sprint / iteration. Velocity charts are a great way to see overtime trends as to whether a delivery team is growing and maturing.
Defect Burnup charts provide insight into how quality focused a delivery team is. This chart will show the team and others the total number of defects registered over a number of sprints / iterations.