All posts by : Marc Rix
It’s no secret that we are enamored with value streams here at Scaled Agile. SAFe enterprises identify them, categorize them, organize around them, coordinate them, automate them, map them, measure them, and relentlessly improve them. In fact, value streams are so ingrained in SAFe that you can’t ‘be SAFe’ without them. With the ever-growing adoption of SAFe and Lean-Agile ways of working, value stream thinking is spreading quickly across the industry. Enterprises, analysts, authors, consultants,.
I am excited to announce the arrival of our latest advanced topic article. This one comes to us from Joe Montalbano and Brad Lehman, two members of the SAFe community who have been integrating human-centered design (HCD) activities in creative ways into the Agile way of working. The article begins by revealing growing interest in HCD as a mechanism for ensuring customer-centricity in product development. However, as yet another specialized function, HCD can be difficult.
Hi folks, Our recent 5.1 framework update included significantly more depth in the areas of DevOps and DevSecOps. We declared security a first-class citizen, added deeper technical guidance across 11 new practice domains, and described how DevOps increases flow, quality, and value through the entire development value stream. Of course, we have some fancy graphics that tie it all together too. Here is a brief walkthrough of what’s new… The Big Picture now makes it.
Hi Folks, It is an exciting time for the Agile community as Congress considers provisions that would encourage broad adoption of Lean-Agile ways of working within the US Department of Defense (DoD). The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) – a set of laws specifying how the annual DoD budget is allocated – has been revised for 2021 and is currently under review by the Senate after having been approved by the House of Representatives. Section.