Monthly Archives for October 2020

The Global Network of SAFe® Fellows Grows

Community News

In 2015, the SAFe® Fellow program was developed to recognize a select number of individuals who have the depth and breadth of experience to work at the highest levels of complexity in enterprise strategy, and who have established themselves as thought leaders in SAFe and the Lean-Agile space. Today, we’re delighted to welcome our new Fellows to the fold. Each has been selected based on a combination of their ongoing contribution to the evolution of.

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No-Hype Customer Stories at 2020 Global SAFe Summit

Case Studies

There are eight customer stories being presented at the upcoming 2020 Global SAFe Summit October 27 – 28, and I was delighted to be a part of that effort. In addition to the traditional PowerPoint presentations, a new interview format gave me the opportunity to sit down with some of our most innovative customers and dive into their transformation backstories. We know it’s not easy to change how people work, to change mindset, and to.

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GAO Agile Audit Guide Draft Released

SAFe Updates

This week, the U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) released the exposure draft of “The GAO Agile Assessment Guide: Best Practices for Agile Adoption and Implementation” (https://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-20-590G) and will be accepting comments about it from the public starting on September 28, 2020, until September 27, 2021. This guide will be used by federal auditors to evaluate government programs that are using Agile methods. The GAO also released a Science & Technology spotlight report that highlights the.

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Updates to Lean Portfolio Management Competency and WSJF articles

SAFe Updates

Hi folks, We have recently made some updates to SAFe Lean Portfolio Management, and we are committed to keeping you updated as the Framework evolves.  Below are some highlights of the recent changes: LPM Competency article: The guidance for all ‘LPM Events’ has been moved to the article’s end, improving readability. Each event’s descriptions were improved, including adding two new graphics. The first figure below (Figure 1) illustrates the cadence of the three LPM events..

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