Monthly Archives for March 2019
Last year, we released our SAFe® for Government course to help agency decision makers understand how to overcome the most common barriers to Lean-Agile and DevOps adoption in the public sector. The feedback so far from the SPCs who have delivered this training has been extremely positive! We’re also excited to see that just over 25 percent of the scheduled SAFe® for Government courses listed by our partners on the training calendar are outside of.
After a very successful first teach in early March in Boulder, Colorado, we’re thrilled to announce that our latest course—SAFe® for Architects with SAFe® 4 Architect certification—is now live! Dealing with constantly shifting markets and digital disruption means quickly innovating to get high-quality solutions into customers’ hands faster and more predictably. To do that, architects have to be on board, or the business can’t execute on its vision and objectives. Architects are critical to successfully.
“SAFe provided a map that enabled us to shift to modernizing versus just maintaining the status quo. As a result, we will deliver value faster to hospitals, clinicians and medical facilities, resulting in better healthcare for our beneficiaries.” —Brent Weaver, Director of Systems Implementation We’ve come a long way from the idea that government’s entrenched operating models would not be able to adapt to the more fluid approach of Lean and Agile. While there’s still.
Hello, I’d like to personally invite you to register for the 2019 Global SAFe® Summit. This year, we’re holding the event at the Marriott Marquis in sunny San Diego, CA, from September 29 – October 4. It’s right on the marina, so when your brain gets saturated, you can step outside and let the Pacific ocean recharge your batteries. While we’re still working on the full agenda, you can expect interactive pre-conference training and post-conference.
Organizations just getting started with SAFe sometimes comment that the Framework can seem intimidating at first. Which is exactly why we created the SAFe Implementation Roadmap. But even with that guidance, it can be helpful for organizations to get an outside perspective when they embark on their SAFe journey. In this recent SD Times article, Targetprocess offers its take on getting started with SAFe — namely, eight steps to achieve a faster proof of concept of a SAFe implementation..
“Using SAFe to deploy agility at scale across our product factory has been fundamental to putting in place the mindset necessary for our transition to DevOps across our value chain. We still have further to go on this journey, but the benefits we see have proven that the SAFe framework was the right choice to accelerate our transformation.” —Jonathan Coyle, Head of Agile Factory Operations, Murex We’re not always able to share company names due.
Gone are the days when companies had the luxury of long delivery cycles to get everything right. Now, organizations have to predictably and quickly get new functionality in customers’ hands, or risk not being able to adapt to changing markets. This is true for all businesses, including those building the world’s biggest and most complex systems. And they’re turning to Lean systems Engineering practices to take advantage of frequent product release cycles that provide fast.