Why we’re excited about Gene Kim’s upcoming keynote at the SAFe Summit

Why we’re excited about Gene Kim’s upcoming keynote at the SAFe Summit

Community News

Few thought leaders in the IT space can match the global influence Gene Kim has had in helping organizations radically improve how technology-based capabilities are developed. Gene’s ‘ding in the universe’ began with The Phoenix Project, that once-you-start-reading-it-you-can’t-put-it-down novel that had all of us wondering how Gene and his co-authors managed to know so much about the people we worked with and the challenges we had all faced throughout our individual journeys in IT. What.

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Have you earned your SAFe<sup>®</sup> Certification? Digital badging helps you tell the world

Have you earned your SAFe® Certification? Digital badging helps you tell the world

Community News

We know you’ve worked hard to gain SAFe Certification. Now we want to help you tell the world about it so you can find the best opportunities to apply your training and experience. We also want to give employers the ability to quickly validate your knowledge and skills. The Scaled Agile Professional Certification Program’s digital badging initiative will help you connect with the leading enterprises and development teams that seek your skills and experience as.

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Check out the lastest Scaled Agile Insider

Check out the lastest Scaled Agile Insider

Community News

The latest edition of the Scaled Agile Insider is hot off the press. This almost-monthly email is the best resource for getting all the latest news from the SAFe universe in one place. In this edition you’ll find: 11th Annual State of Agile Report: SAFe #1 in Scaling Methods and Approaches New course unveiled: SAFe® 4.0 Release Train Engineer with RTE Certification Video: Dean Leffingwell discusses Scalable DevOps and Continuous Delivery with SAFe The final installment.

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The Global Network of SAFe Fellows Grows by Four

The Global Network of SAFe Fellows Grows by Four

Community News

Our mission at Scaled Agile is to help enterprises achieve better business outcomes through adoption of Lean-Agile principles and practices based on SAFe. Since launching the Framework in 2011, a key aspect of our enablement strategy has been to equip change agents through SAFe Program Consultant (SPC) training and certification. While support from SPCs is critical to implementation success, there are pivotal moments in many significant Lean-Agile transformations when the organization needs guidance from the.

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The SAFe glossary goes international with nine new translations

The SAFe glossary goes international with nine new translations

SAFe Resources

The SAFe community is very diverse, with nearly 200,000 new visitors to the SAFe website coming from non-English speaking countries in the last six months alone. And more SAFe classes are popping up all over the globe. Today we counted nearly 400 non-U.S. classes on the public training calendar. Although most local concerns are supported by our Global Partner Network, the Framework itself has been—with a few exceptions—available exclusively in English. This is because adopting SAFe.

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SAFe® 4.0 Release Train Engineer course now available!

SAFe® 4.0 Release Train Engineer course now available!

Community News SAFe Updates

The concept of the Agile Release Train (ART)  originated a decade ago, and the role for the Release Train Engineer (RTE) became evident in version 1.0 of the Framework. As ARTs have grown their ability to continuously deliver value, the RTE has evolved into a critical role as servant leader and coach for the program, and the value streams they support. Being an effective RTE requires an exceptional range of skills, and is a career.

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SAFe 4.0 Distilled: A Practical Guide for Implementing the World’s Leading Framework for Enterprise Agility

SAFe 4.0 Distilled: A Practical Guide for Implementing the World’s Leading Framework for Enterprise Agility

SAFe Resources SAFe Updates

The SAFe knowledge base on this website is an invaluable resource for people who build software and systems, however, navigating the guidance can be daunting for the uninitiated. SAFe is a robust framework supported by hundreds of web pages. Where do you start? In what order should you read the articles? What information is really important to you and when? We get it. There’s a Wikipedia aspect to the SAFe body of knowledge that takes.

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Article 12 in SAFe Implementation Roadmap series: Sustain and Improve

Article 12 in SAFe Implementation Roadmap series: Sustain and Improve

Implementation Roadmap

If you’ve been reading the SAFe Implementation Roadmap article series and have made it to this stage, congratulations! When leaders are diligent in following these critical moves, and are making the appropriate course corrections along the way, the results for the organization should look like this: The new way of working is becoming a part of the culture all the way from team, to program, to value stream, to portfolio Substantial business benefits are accumulating.

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New Case Study: Northwestern Mutual Delivers 18 Months Ahead of Schedule with SAFe

New Case Study: Northwestern Mutual Delivers 18 Months Ahead of Schedule with SAFe

Case Studies

“We had been challenged a number of times in changing our underlying CRM platform. After implementing SAFe, our overall effort actually came in $12M less than originally estimated and 18 months sooner than predicted.” —Bryan Kadlec, Director, Client Digital Experience How do you change a deeply ingrained Waterfall culture? For a 160-year old life insurance company, it wasn’t easy, but it was ultimately worth it. Our latest case study from Northwestern Mutual (NWM) tells the.

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Regulatory and Industry Standards Compliance with SAFe

Regulatory and Industry Standards Compliance with SAFe

SAFe Updates

Many systems in aerospace, defense, automotive, medical, banking, and other industries have an unacceptable social or economic cost of failure. In order to protect the public, these systems are also subject to extensive regulatory oversight and rigorous compliance standards. Historically, organizations building these systems have relied on comprehensive quality management systems and stage-gate based waterfall life-cycle models to reduce risk and ensure compliance. These same organizations are now adopting Lean-Agile methods, and are struggling to understand.

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