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Engineering tomorrow’s products means keeping ahead and staying relevant in a constantly and rapidly changing environment.
A core characteristic of regulated environments is the necessity to comply with formal standards, regulations, directives and guidance. Organizations must demonstrate that their system meets its intended purpose and has no unintended consequences that might cause harm. They must also develop the objective evidence required to prove that the system conforms to regulatory standards.
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 (Automotive Spice, CMMI, etc.).
In this webinar, Peter Pedross, from PEDCO-Applied SAFe, will highlight how to ensure compliance when implementing SAFe in regulated industries and present a recent case study in the Automotive industry.
In this webinar, we will:
- Explore how compliance can be achieved, maintained and proven to regulators.
- Introduce the concepts and practices of Applied SAFe.
- Share a case study for Automotive SPICE 3.0
If you wish to combine agility and efficiency together with compliance to regulatory requirements (both specific reference models, such as SPICE 3.0, as well as your own organization’s reference models), this webinar is well worth your time.
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