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Webinar

The Importance of Value Stream in The Digital World

By Pratyoosh Kumar
Aug 13 08:00 (EDT)

Overview

A value stream is the way value flows through an organization — it involves the sequence of actions required to meet specific audience needs. It is not just limited to Lean but has a universal application spanning Lean, Agile, and DevOps.

In today’s digital world, organizations are gearing up to catch up with the speed of innovation and delivery. Enterprises that get ahead are the ones that understand the value stream and the pivotal role that it plays in any digital transformation.

Make the most of this free webinar by Pratyoosh Kumar, an Enterprise Transformation Coach, as he uncovers various aspects of the value stream and its importance in the digital world.

Key Takeaways:  

  • Understanding what Value is and why it is so important
  • Understanding what Value Stream is and its types
  • Understanding Value Stream mapping and management
  • Understanding the importance of organizing around value  

Presenter

Pratyoosh Kumar

Pratyoosh Kumar

India
About:

Pratyoosh Kumar is an Enterprise Transformation Coach and brings with him 18 years of IT delivery and agile transformation experience. He is a SAFe® Program Consultant (SPC) and certified trainer from Scaled Agile Inc. and has diverse agile knowledge and experience ranging from Core Scrum, Kanban, and DevOps to Scaled Agile. He holds several agile certifications such as SPC, CAL, ICP-ACC, CSM, CSPO, CSP, KMP, and Dev Ops. He is an IBM Accredited Agile Thought Leader and an Intellectual Property Creator. And as part of SAFe transformations and consulting assignments, he has trained 1000+ people for various certified SAFe courses.

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