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The role of SAFe in boosting your Business Planning & Velocity

Learn how rapid prototyping and user testing can give you the best possible input into PI and Iteration Planning to improve your velocity.

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Wed 18 May 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Virtual

Central Otago

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The role of SAFe in boosting your Business Planning & Velocity

As businesses embrace digital transformation, enterprises need to boost their planning accuracy and delivery velocity to meet the needs of their customers and business objectives. We’ll take you through why Co-Design, DesignOps and Rapid Prototyping is paramount to digital transformation.

SAFe advocates for prototyping as part of your Design Thinking. In our experience, rapid high-fidelity prototyping and user testing will give you the best possible input into PI and Iteration Planning and help improve your velocity.

Learn how this process works and integrates seamlessly with the framework, and see real-world examples of this working in practice showing you how to produce high-quality prototypes faster than ever before.

SAFe, provided by Scaled Agile, is the world’s leading framework for scaling agile across enterprises.

Free to attend - we welcome an optional donation to Save the Children, helping Ukraine refugees.

Apolinar is an expert digital specialist team, with trained and certified SAFe® SPC’s, Scrum Masters and PO/PM’s based locally in Queesntown and Auckland.

We can provide support for those in key roles as necessary, in starting up and recovering Agile Release Trains (ARTs), facilitating PI planning and change management.

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Jon Beattie

Chief Digital Officer | Apolinar

Jon is a SAFe 5 Program Consultant (SPC) with over 20 years experience in digital and technology leadership. He has worked with a broad range of organisations and industries in the USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Japan, on projects for Microsoft, Sony Computer Entertainment, Air New Zealand, World Vision, St John, Yellow Pages, Commbank, Royal Mail, Barclays, and McLaren. 

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