Driving Relentless Improvement: Applying the SAFe® Assessments and Identifying Growth Recommendations In this webinar we will review the different use cases for applying the SAFe assessments successfully and share tips and techniques for analyzing the data to help identify the next steps to take. We will also review the NEW ‘Growth Recommendations’ that are now included with the Team and Technical Agility Assessment within the AgilityHealth and Comparative Agility Assessment Platform. These are a set of over 170 curated activities with linked assets to help teams increase performance and address challenges. When: February 23, 2022, 9:00 am – February 23, 2022, 10:00 am Where: Zoom Who: Agile Coach Register now Event Overview To improve speed and agility, leaders, teams, and business stakeholders need a way to reliably measure their current state and identify what they should do next. Using two distinct Measure and Grow assessments, you can evaluate your progress toward business agility and determine next steps to improve. The SAFe Business Agility Assessment is designed for LPM and portfolio stakeholders to assess their overall progress on the ultimate goal of true business agility. The SAFe Core Competency Assessments are used to help teams and trains improve on the technical and business practices they need to help the portfolio achieve that larger goal and provide the critical input to identify growth opportunities. Speakers Andrew Sales Principal Consultant, SAFe Program Consultant Trainer (Scaled Agile) Andrew has been supporting organizations with their Agile transformation for more than 10 years, drawing on his experiences from software development, project management, and product management. He previously led the Agile Services Practice across EMEA for CA Technologies (formerly Rally) and is a regular speaker at Agile conferences and contributor to the Agile community. As a member of the Framework team, he is focused on the Team and Technical Agility and Organizational Agility competencies. Currently, his postgraduate research includes exploring how organizational structure impacts the performance of the enterprise.