In my earlier post, How to create and prioritize capabilities for the SAFe framework - Part 1, I introduced basic information about business architecture and business capability. I also mentioned about how business architects used business capability models to map value streams. In this post, I will show you how to create a business capability model and how we can use the model to make informative decisions on our strategic intents.
Learn how to communicate with executives about enterprise Agile transformation with the help of business architecture framework. Introduction After years of doing organization transformation work, a common pain point that I see in many organizational transformation effort is the gap between strategic and tactical plan where the two plans do not align. This gap has resulted in major roadblocks in the journey of Agile transformation as executives still label Agile as just an IT practice.
Completing an Enterprise Agile transformation will require a well-orchestrated plan and the help of a team of Agile experts. As you adjust your corporate culture to effectively begin your Agile journey, you might discover that you have a few obstacles to overcome. Fortunately, with the help of Sapience Consulting, LLC, you can efficiently surpass any Agile transformation roadblocks. Surpassing The 3 Most Common Challenges Faced By Enterprise Agile Transformations Our Work Doesn’t Fit Agile — Your team might balk at the idea of moving to Agile by saying that “our work doesn’t fit the Agile model.
Sprint planning is a critical component for effectively implementing an Agile development or project management lifecycle. The ScrumMaster should facilitate the sprint planning; however, in order to effectively maximize his efforts, he should also collaborate with the Product Owner, and the entire Agile team. Making the most of sprint planning begins with a comprehensive understanding of each person’s role. The ScrumMaster should facilitate the meeting. The Product Owner should define sprint goals and prioritize backlogs.