The SAFe SPC training last week taught me quite a few interesting and useful new things. In reviewing my class materials, I noticed this little acronym: ROAM. The way it is used in the SAFe training is that it is a mechanism for categorizing risks that teams identify as they are doing release planning. ROAM stands for Resolved, Owned, Accepted, Mitigated. The members of an Agile team or Agile Release Train identify risks and collaborate to decide how to handle them. These risks are then place on a visible grid that has each of the four categories marked. In this way, the whole Agile Release Train and their various stakeholders can have an open discussion and shared understanding about the risks to the Program Increment that they are planning. Cool!
3 thoughts on “Scaled Agile Framework: I Learned about ROAM”
Helpful ! Thank you.
Not helpful at all.
What is the difference in the meanings?
How are the risks managed?
Hi, John, check out this link and find ROAM on the resulting page: