Lean Portfolio Management in Clarity

Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) is one of the seven SAFe components of the Lean Enterprise. LPM helps organizations solve numerous challenges by decreasing the delivery of time to value, enabling the organization to pivot quickly in ever-shifting markets, and more.

Join Rego expert guides, Tad Beaty and Jacob Cancelliere, along with Broadcom's Matthew Palicki, as they discuss Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) in Clarity. In this session you will learn how to implement Lean Portfolio Management in your organization.



Jacob Cancelliere
Strategic Advisor and Account Manager
Rego Consulting

Jacob Cancelliere is a PMP certified Project and Portfolio Management expert. He has more than 17 years of experience in PPM system implementations and has helped over a dozen PMOs design and implement sustainable solutions. Jacob specializes in resource management tools and methodologies to help create balanced project roadmaps and supported staffing plans.

Tad Beaty

Tad Beaty
Enterprise Agile Strategist

Rego Consulting

Tad is a former software developer with more than 20 years of experience in the Microsoft suite of development tools. He has an MCP in SQL Server and was working on his MCSE in Data Warehousing when he changed direction to pursue a SPC certification. Tad started using Agile methodologies in 2007 and never looked back. Tad implemented Lean/Agile methods at several companies and introduced many of his employers to the transformational concepts that Agile introduces.


Matthew Palicki
ValueOps Solutions Engineer

Broadcom Software

Matthew holds certifications in ITIL, LSS, PMP, and SAFe LPM. He has nearly three decades of experience in the technology industry, most of it spent leading an IT PMO and implementing large-scale enterprise initiatives as part of an EPMO. Currently he is part of the Agile Operations Division at Broadcom, helping customers to solve complex business challenges using ValueOps Solutions. His areas of specialization include Portfolio Management, Program/Project Management, Organizational Change Management, Process Improvement, and Enterprise Agility.