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© Scaled Agile. Inc.SAFe® Course - Attending this course gives studentsaccess to the SAFe® Practitioner exam and relatedpreparation materials.Executing the ProgramIncrement (PI)Lesson 5© Scaled Agile. Inc.25.1PI Planning5.2ART sync and SystemDemo5.3Innovation andPlanning (IP) Iteration andthe Inspect and AdapteventLesson Topics.....sro.....,ProductNCh/EngMgmtIE8ual,..•iTe1th""""9Y.. 11.wo---=-SCALEDAGIL-TTConllnuou1Delhr....-Plpell.,..........._LARGESOLUTION..-..!...Page 117
© Scaled Agile. Inc.At the end of this lesson, you should be able to:Learning objectivesExplain the benefits of planning together as a whole ARTParticipate in a PI Planning eventRecognize the importance of integrating and demonstrating together with theSystem DemoRecognize the need for the IP Iteration to provide time and space for the ARTto learn togetherExplain how to improve as an ART through the Inspect and Adapt event3© Scaled Agile, Inc.5.1 PI Planning4SCALED AGILE'"SCALED AGILE •Page 118
© Scaled Agile. Inc.Video: Introduction to PI Planning3Duration5http://bit.ly/PIplanningOverview© Scaled Agile. Inc.What is PI Planning?Program Increment (PI) Planning is a cadence-based event that serves as theheartbeat of the Agile Release Train (ART), aligning all teams on the ART to ashared mission and Vision.Two days every 8 – 12 weeks (10 weeks is typical)Everyone plans togetherProduct Management owns Feature prioritiesDevelopment teams own Story planningand high-level estimatesArchitect/Engineering and UX work as intermediariesfor governance, interfaces, and dependenciesAgile TeamPI PlanningSCALED AGILE'"SCALED AGILE'"Page 119
© Scaled Agile. Inc.The PI Planning process7© Scaled Agile. Inc.Objectives are businesssummaries of what each teamintends to deliver in the upcomingPI.They often directly relate tointended Features in the backlog.Other examples:Aggregation of a set of FeaturesA Milestone like a trade showAn Enabler Feature supporting theimplementationA major refactoringCreate Alignment with PI Objectives8InputVision151NFRsProgramBacklogTop 10FeaturesVision and top 10 FeaturesSCALED AGILE'"SCALED AGILE'"Pl PlanningooOutputProgramPl ObjectivesTeam and Program Pl Objectivesand Program Board1.Show routing calculations between the5 most frequent destinations2.Navigate autonomously fromdistribution center to the most frequentdestination3.Parallel park for a delivery4.Return to the distribution center afterdelivery5.Include traffic data in route planning6.Recall a delivery that is already inprogressUncommitted Objectives7.Spike: Reduce GPS signal loss by 25%8.Demonstrate real-time reroutingto avoid delays (e.g., accident,construction)Page 120

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