We must break down silos to achieve Business Agility within the Lean Enterprise together. The business plays a key role in this journey. Although the role of the Business Owner is a first-class citizen and an essential part of the framework, many times they are an afterthought.
In this talk, you will to learn more about how to engage and integrate the business from the outset based-on successful, real world implementations.
Key Takeaways and Objectives
- How Business connects strategy to execution
- Business Responsibilities
- The balancing act between Business, Product and Architeture
- Where Business participates in framework flow
- Business Owner participation ahead of PI Planning, during the PI Event and PI Execution
Presented at the Global SAFe® Summit Oct 27, 2020.
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Presented by Charlene Cuenca, SAFe Fellow & SPCT
With over 26 years of professional experience, Charlene has been a leader in transforming organizations, leveraging Lean-Agile practices across multiple functions within an enterprise. Charlene has experience working with enterprise Agile initiatives with publicly-traded corporations, large and small, as well as the Department of Defense for over 14 years. She is passionate about Agile and enjoys enabling enterprises on their journey towards organizational agility. A SAFe Fellow, SAFe Program Consultant Trainer (SPCT) and SAFe Contributor, Charlene has been part of several proven large scale Agile Transformations providing portfolio, program, team and leadership coaching and training, and frequently speaks at conferences including the SAFe Summits. When she is not working, Charlene can be found at the beach, listening to music, spending time with family and friends, sightseeing, and knocking items off of her bucket list.
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