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Achieving Better Regulatory Compliance and Governance with Scaled Agility (SAFe)
Engineering tomorrow’s products mean staying ahead and relevant in a constantly changing environment.

A core characteristic of regulated environments is the necessity to comply with formal standards, regulations, directives, and guidance. Organizations must demonstrate that:
*System meets intended purpose
*System has no unintended consequences that might cause harm
*System conforms to regulatory standards and have required objective evidence to prove it

The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) addresses the conceptual and process incompatibilities between systems and software. By selecting the right ‘hooks’ in the Scaled Agile Framework, you can achieve high maturity levels for various reference models (CMMI, FDA, ISO 26262, etc.).

This webinar will highlight how to ensure compliance when implementing SAFe in regulated industries and present a concrete example of CMMI and Governance.


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Mar 4, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Peter Pedross
Founder @PEDCO
Peter Pedross is the Founder of PEDCO and the Creator of Applied SAFe. He is a Certified Consultant in the “Scaled Agile Framework” since 2012 as well as in “Disciplined Agile Delivery”, and has a Diploma in Quality Management from EFQA. Peter was in the first-ever SAFe class held in Switzerland with Dean Leffingwell as his trainer. Peter Pedross has experience in agile practices (XP) since 1999. In the course of his career, he has authored publications and given lectures on the topics of Agile, DevOps, Scaled Agility in Regulated Environments, Architecture, Process Engineering, and Lean-Agile Requirements Engineering, in the USA, Japan, and in Europe. He has over 30 years’ experience in software development. As the architect of the process framework of one of the leading Swiss financial institutions, he was responsible for the entire set of life-cycles (including agile), processes, methods, and tools used.