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Naveen Kumar Singh is an Agile Coach and a Professional Scrum Trainer (PST), facilitates Certified Agile Coaching and Scrum Master Training in India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Colombo, and Dubai. Naveen is active in the agile community and participates in major events as a speaker and volunteer. He provides following training Scrum Master Training, Scrum Developer, Product Owner, Agile, Kanban, and LeSS Practitioners as well as provides agile technical workshops on Test Driven Development (TDD), Behavior Driven Development (BDD), Agile Testing & Test Automation Framework, and DevOps. He has also presented papers in Global Scrum Gatherings as well as in many other Scrum Alliance conferences and meet-ups.

How to pass SAFe Agilist exam and get certified?

For SAFe Agilist certification, it is imperative to attend the Leading SAFe training, and the following can be used as an assessment preparation checklist post attending the training.   Scaled Agile provides well-thought-through and comprehensive training material for all its courses and also sets a high bar around the assessment. Clearing the SAFe Agilist assessment indicates that you can lead a SAFe transformation, so just attending the training isn’t enough.   The first step towards understanding SAFe and subsequently clearing your assessment is identifying the right trainer with experience implementing SAFe and an ability to explain the concepts lucidly.   Once you have attended your training, head to the community platform that you now have access to and download the study guide provided, and go through the suggested reading, most of which are readily found on the scaled agile framework website.   Take time and explore further the topics that you are not comfortable with. For example, suppose you haven’t worked at the portfolio level, in which case, it’s beneficial to go through the articles on value stream, Lean Portfolio Management, including that of Lean Budgets and Guardrails.   To view the full blog and this blog “How to Pass […] read more
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