Monthly Archives for April 2020

“Measure and Grow” your progress towards business agility

SAFe Updates

Hi Folks, The goal of SAFe 5.0 is clear: achieving a state of Business Agility across the enterprise. The seven core competencies of Business Agility describe the practices in support of this goal, and the implementation roadmap provides a blueprint for the journey ahead. But change of any kind is never a linear path—it requires constant reflection on the steps taken previously and an ability to adapt plans based on the results achieved. Indeed, we.

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2020 European SAFe Summit: SAFe skills for the new normal

SAFe Updates

If you’re practicing SAFe then you know it’s designed to help you plan for and manage change. Changing requirements are a fundamental tenet of Agile. Managing variability is a core SAFe principle. But lately the way we work has changed, too. Almost overnight the world’s priorities have shifted. Most of us now are working, teaching, and collaborating remotely, using digital methods for delivering customer value because face-to-face isn’t an option. Some organizations have been forced.

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Video: Brazil’s largest TV network accelerates digital transformation; links portfolio strategy to execution

Video: Brazil’s largest TV network accelerates digital transformation; links portfolio strategy to execution

Case Studies Customer Stories

Hi Folks, We love it when our customers create their own video to express enthusiasm for how SAFe has transformed their business. Such is the case with TV Globo, Brazil’s largest TV network that serves 100 million viewers worldwide. They have 12,000 employees behind their full lineup of content—news, sports, entertainment, soap operas, reality shows—and each one is in the process of getting trained in SAFe. As they work to overcome a complex software legacy,.

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New Advanced Topics article – Hardware Teams in SAFe

New Advanced Topics article – Hardware Teams in SAFe

SAFe Updates

Hi folks. As you all know, Agile principles and practices originated in software decades ago. And as software teams began to see success with these practices, others within their organization, including hardware teams, took notice and started applying them in their specific context. Cindy VanEpps (SAFe SPCT) and the rest of the team at 321 Gang have spent many years with organizations in aerospace, defense, automotive, medical devices, and others helping them apply Lean-Agile practices.

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