Favro supports any standard or custom framework for agile.
Instead of agile being siloed to product development Favro brings agility to all teams in the organisation. Instead of many tools and long lists of features Favro uses simple but genius building blocks to master any complexity that anyone can learn regardless of being a newbie, leader, coach or an executive.
Most importantly, Favro adapts to your custom setup and is the fastest all-in-one platform for teams and leaders to update when ways of working evolve.
Agile transformations in most organizations begin with the teams that create value. It could be teams developing software, teams creating marketing campaigns, or any team building a product or service. Of course, this is also true for agile startups.
As a SAFe® Program Consultant over the past four years, I’ve seen SAFe implemented using a variety of tools. Some of them are designed with SAFe as the inspiration for their core design, and others use a plethora of plugins and workarounds to jerry-rig a SAFe implementation.
Scrum and Kanban are the two most common frameworks for implementing an agile way of working. They’re two of the best ways to foster the agile mindset and realize tangible benefits from the Agile Manifesto’s values and principles. If agile is the soul, then Scrum and Kanban are the body.
All too often organizations view innovation as a side project rather than a focused, structured end-to-end process. While unconstrained events like hack days are constructive and can spark new ideas, those ideas typically don’t fit into the business’ reality.
User story mapping allows you to see the big picture product forest through the individual user story trees. A term and technique coined by Jeff Patton, user story mapping brings a logical order to your stories, as they pertain to the expected user journey through your product.
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