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The ART of Value Streams: Determining Paths to Value
The concept of a Value Stream is fundamental to SAFe and how to optimally organize your Teams, ARTs, and Solution trains. In fact, there’s a Value Stream Workshop that’s intended to help organizations identify their Value Streams, prioritize them, and ultimately decide where to start to launch your first ART. While determining the paths to value for your business may, on the surface, appear to be very easy, I can assure you that it’s an “”ART”” (pun intended)--not a science--to clearly identify and articulate them.

In this webinar, Ken France, SAI SAFe Fellow, will explore ways in which to prep for a successful Value Stream Workshop, as well as what you should expect when you try to run your first one. He will provide examples from real workshops and provide some practical advice on how to make sure you come out with something concrete and actionable.

Learning Objectives and Key Takeaways:

**How to prep for a Value Stream Workshop
**Tips/tricks for facilitating a Value Stream Workshop
**Real examples of Value Streams from different contexts

Mar 6, 2019 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Ken France
SAFe Fellow, VP of Scaled Agility Practice @Cprime, Inc.
An executive enterprise coach cultivating transformational organizations, a recognized and highly-rated trainer, and one of the first US minted SPCT Ken France has worked with SAFe since its inception, contributing actively to the framework, including SAFe LSE/4.0. With 25+ years' experience in Information Technology, Ken has successfully supported multiple Fortune 100 enterprises tackling large and complex scaled agile transformations across numerous verticals, including Retail, Healthcare, Insurance, Government and Finance. Ken’s passion is to help empower all levels of the organization in their journey and drive sustainable improvements and meaningful change. He has taught and certified over 500 SPCs and continues to bring his expert hands-on experience as a legacy for the future.