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INCOSE LA Chapter Virtual Tutorial: Building Really Big Systems with SAFe by Harry Koehnemann

  • Date:
    Nov 9, 2020 - 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Nov 10, 2020 - 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    PT
  • Address: Online - see Website below
  • Location: ,
  • Venue:
    Virtual
  • Contact: Dorothy Benveniste
  • Email: registration@incose-la.org

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Topic: Building Really Big Systems with SAFe
Speaker: Harry Koehnemann
When: Monday November 9th, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM PT and Tuesday November 10th, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM PT
Cost:
 Free

Virtual Venue: Skype meeting instructions will be emailed prior to the event, and are included in your confirmation email message.  Slides will be available on the LA Chapter web site - URL will also be provided on your confirmation message.

Abstract: As organizations build and deploy ever-larger applications—in increasingly complex, connected, and unpredictable environments—systems engineers face even more significant challenges.

These solutions often require multi-year roadmaps, coordination of many teams and suppliers across organizational boundaries, meet regulatory compliance, and address hardware and other long lead-time items. 

This four-hour tutorial will discuss Lean-Agile practices from the SAFe framework that address these challenges.

Speaker Bio: Harry Koehnemann is a SAFe Fellow & Principal Consultant at Scaled Agile, Inc.

He has spent the past two decades helping cyber-physical system builders in aerospace, defense, automotive and other industries to adopt better engineering practices, including Lean, Agile, MBSE, requirements management, quality management, and the related activities necessary to support compliance.

Harry is a regular presenter on Lean-Agile topics and engineering practices at Agile, engineering, and government conferences.

Agenda Topics include:

  • Continually refine system specifications
  • Apply multiple planning horizons
  • Architect for scale, modularity, releasability, and serviceability
  • Apply ‘continuish’ integration across the supply chain