In it to win it! People engagement
strategies to propel your transformation
Zoom • Oct 20, 2022 at 11am EST
October RTE CIRCLE
SPCT, SAFe® Fellow
Head of Product (SPC5)
It is a free two-hour event organized by Rentouch, the provider of piplanning.io, and it takes place every second month. The main goal is to bring together experienced RTEs / STEs and provide a platform for them to exchange knowledge, learn from each other and have fun.
To the RTE Circle event, we always invite an expert to share her / his experience on a specific topic. This triggers an interesting discussion between participants and they exchange ideas or solutions to different problems. Or else they simply share stories they have come across.
Passionate RTEs & STEs from different lean|agile organizations.
Apply to attend by clicking the button. The event has a limited seat count. If you get accepted a link will be sent out to your email address with the confirmation.
What a year. It's only been a little over a year since the first RTE Circle, and the two-month rhythm of the RTE Circle has become an integral part of many RTEs and STEs. 7 events, over 200 unique attendees and seven exceptional keynotes. For the anniversary, check out this short interview with the RTE Circle Host Silvio Wandfluh.
When you’re leading it simply means that you are intent on what you send towards others. You have a behavior. You want to motivate and challenge people. But if the other person doesn't perceive that, that is the truth of what the leadership actually implies. But what are the good behaviors then? What creates an effect? What is strong? What makes a difference? Carl Starendal, SAFe Fellow, transformational leadership trainer explains how transformational leadership helps to understand what type of leadership you are exposing people to and understand their experience on things.
September 1st, 2022
Wolfgang Brandhuber, has already 10 years of experience in setting up Agile Release Trains including Solution Trains. His personal vision is that organizational structures (events, roles, artifacts) more and more disappear and organizational skills take their place. Organizational skills are something that enables the organization to independently create structures when they are needed and dismantle them when they are not. This makes a Solution Train more dynamic and more flexible. So you have to teach the participants of an Agile Release Train or Solution Train the skills, and not just give them structures to work within. Watch the keynote to learn how.
June 23rd, 2022
One of the main reasons why 70% of digital transformations fail is that there is not enough focus on improving flow value. It’s not about delivering faster it’s really about delivering more value. What is the solution to gain more value and continually deliver value faster? According to Richard Knaster, one of the most important solutions is implementing Value Stream Management with SAFe®. But how can we improve the flow of business value continuously from ideation to customer delivery with VSM? These questions will be answered in this keynote.
April 21st, 2022
This keynote is about how RTEs should position themselves as value stream change leaders and coaches and why this is directly related to an aspiration for changing behavior. Marshall also takes us closer to the topic of why RTEs should get to the point where they can think beyond just day-to-day activities.
February 24th, 2022
Organizations don’t transform or change, people do. We as RTEs and leaders we get to go first. We have to bring out the best in ourself, we have to know intimately ourselves. Otherwise, if we don’t have that intimate sense of self, how can we be successful in coaching others in evolving their intimate sense of self? In this keynote SAFe Fellow Jennifer Fawcett shows couple of techniques how can we grow such personal competencies like self-awareness and self-regulation.
December 9th, 2021
Quantifying scenarios in the language of money has the potential to motivate change in an organisation. To confirm this hypothesis, Cindy VanEpps (SPCT) is passionate about building value calculators that show clearly which values we are actually spending too much on, or which ones are worth spending much more on. Cindy has researched what are the compelling values in PI Planning and in this video she will talk about them and how we can quantify these values to make decisions later.
October 21st, 2021
The topic of this keynote was «Baseline Real ART Level Metrics from the 'Get Go'» that was held by SAFe® Fellow Darren Wilmshurst. Darren once worked in a large bank as a manager before he started his incredible journey towards being Director at Radtac, SPCT and SAFe Fellow.
August 26th, 2021
What can you do when ROAM falls? This was the topic of the RTE Circle keynote that was held by Phil Gardiner, SPCT. Phil has served as a leader, coach, and consultant helping some of the world’s largest companies and the US Department of Defense. He provides first-hand examples of typical pitfalls and how to avoid them.
June 24th, 2021
In this keynote Michael Robertson, who is an SPC and RTE himself, gave insights into techniques and ways that helped him to remain flexible with SAFe. He speaks about why the recipe of one ART doesn’t usually work for another ART and how important it is that everyone has a deep understanding of the backlog. Michael elaborates why we should not set our plans in stone. It is a keynote, with many excellent tips and hacks.
April 22nd, 2021
Why delegation is not empowerment? Shane Harrison answers these and many other questions in this gripping keynote. It is a field report about a SAFe implementation with a focus on empowerment. Shane talks about the damage their initiatives did on servant leadership, incremental delivery, collaboration and other areas. But Shane wouldn’t be Shane if he hadn’t found a way out of it. With impressive examples and anecdotes he shows practices that everyone can apply. A very instructive keynote presentation that is well worth watching.
February 18th, 2021
In this video, SAFe® Fellow Michael Stump is talking about putting people first on the Agile Release Train. Everybody talks about putting people first but who is really doing that? Who has people as the first priority? Micheal invested a couple of months to work with HR departments and wrote a white paper and even developed some training material around this topic. Micheal is an excellent presenter.
November 18th, 2020