Hello everyone, Since its release last September, SAFe in 8 Pictures has been one of our most frequently downloaded presentations. For those who are unfamiliar with it, SAFe in 8 Pictures is a lightweight tool for introducing the Scaled Agile Framework. Have you ever had the need to: Introduce SAFe to visual learners Tailor your presentation based on your audience without changing a word Pivot when conversation goes in an unanticipated direction This unique SAFe.
In recent customer visits and SPC classes, we see and hear about various applications of SAFe, and we address many of the common questions that affect enterprises adoption everywhere. One of those questions (which might seem to be in even greater frequency with the launch of the expandable 4.0), is “but what do we have to do to assure the SAFe benefits. All of it? Some of it? And if some, which parts?” And as we know,.
New Book: Das Scaled Agile Framework – Lean und Agile in großen Unternehmen skalieren 2015 marked a record year in terms of growth of the SAFe community and the number of enterprises adopting SAFe. Initially the growth trends were weighted toward the U.S., but of late we’ve seen a significant uptick from the international community. For example, there’s a publicly available japanese translation of the scaledagileframework.com site, and SAFe classes are being presented worldwide in multiple.
“Is SAFe right for my enterprise?” If you’re tasked with answering that question for your organization, a recent article, “5 Reasons to Consider SAFe®” could be helpful. Written by Agile Coach, Josh Fruit (SPC) from Davisbase Consulting, (now part of Solutions IQ), the article highlights some of the bigger reasons to apply SAFe, and how it addresses many of the challenges of software (and now systems) development at scale. Of course the most compelling reason to apply SAFe.
One of our most popular downloads, SAFe Foundations, has now been fully updated to include the new concepts in SAFe 4.0. This free slide presentation is for those who wish to better understand the purpose and foundations of the Framework, its basis in Lean and Agile, the business benefits that it can deliver, and guidance for implementation. You can use this deck in your business context, but like the Framework itself, this material is copyrighted.
Hi Folks, A wave of recent activity in the blogosphere has produced some interesting opinions and insightful interpretations of SAFe that should prove to be helpful for anyone engaged in an implementation, or is considering adopting SAFe. I wanted to capture a few here for easy access: One of my favorite topics—the best, and fastest way to implement SAFe—gets a field-tested appraisal from Context Matters’ Mark Richards in: The Case for the SAFe QuickStart A very cool.
There’s an interesting thing happening of late, which is that SAFe case studies are coming in almost faster than we can absorb and publish them. That’s good for the SAFe community, and especially useful for enterprises evaluating their options as they look for the best way to scale Agile throughout their organization. As the number of studies grow, we are also seeing a greater diversity of SAFe implementations, not just by size or industry, but.
If you’re looking for a high-level overview of the new SAFe 4.0 that includes the primary reasons for upgrading, check out these two excellent posts from our friends at CA Technologies. In 10 Things You Need to Know About SAFe 4.0, Transformation Consultant Martin Burns distills the new concepts into easily-digestible bites that will help you understand the essentials of the new Framework. In We’re Ready for SAFe 4.0. Are You?, Portfolio Agility Solutions Specialist.
We are excited to announce this new release of the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®). Version 4 features extensive refinements to many elements of the Framework, as well as new content and guidance that helps enterprises better organize around value delivery, develop systems that include hardware and software, and improve development, coordination, and delivery of large value streams. To help with the migration to 4.0, SAFe 3.0 remains available and supported at v3.scaledagileframework.com. SAFe 4.0 incorporates learning from.
The new version of the Framework, SAFe 4.0 for Lean Software and Systems Engineering, provides greater modularity than its predecessor with a dynamic collapse/expand capability. The collapsed view, “3-Level SAFe,” is backwards compatible with Version 3.0, preserving the skill sets of current SAFe practitioners, and providing an easy upgrade path for enterprises invested in the 3.0 version of the Framework. We encourage you to upgrade to SAFe 4.0 to take advantage of the new features,.