Category Archives for : SAFe Resources
I’m looking forward to meeting with many of you at Agile2016, which is just a couple of weeks away. Together with my co-presenter, Harry Koehnemann from 321 Gang, we created a short video to help you guys get a sense of what are we going to talk about as part of our presentation: “Lean-Agile Development for Large Enterprises: Adding Hardware to the Mix.” Here is the video: Also, I’m sure you will be interested to.
Steve Jobs notes that simplicity is harder than complexity. We get that. With a framework as robust as SAFe, distilling the essence of the underlying concepts into the shortest possible format can prove to be daunting, but with this latest release of the SAFe Foundations 4.0 video, I think we’ve met the challenge. The video has had an extreme makeover and should be a great tool for anyone tasked with communicating the concepts behind SAFe. Compared.
With so many enterprises adopting SAFe over the years, we’ve learned what works, what doesn’t, and what the success stories have in common. One thing we know for certain—implementations that deliver results may vary somewhat in context and execution, but all share a common attribute; a workforce well trained and educated in SAFe practices, and a desire for continuous learning and improvement. Experience tells us that face-to-face training is ideal, but realities in the field.
Greetings everyone! We told you it’s coming, and many of you have been asking about it, so I’m happy to announce that the first whitepaper on SAFe 4.0 has been published, and is available for you to download at scaledagile.com/safe-whitepaper. The official title is SAFe 4.0 Introduction: Overview of the Scaled Agile Framework for Lean Software and Systems Engineering. The white paper distills the essence of SAFe from hundreds of website pages to just twenty-five, and.
Hi All, Introducing SAFe to people that are unfamiliar with it can sometimes seem like a daunting task. People build really big systems with SAFe, so SAFe is not a trivial framework. As part of our efforts to make SAFe more accessible (for one such example, see the blog post on Essential SAFe), we’ve just released a short, informal five-minute video, which gives a brief overview of SAFe and how it works. You can find it here. SPCs have.
While SAFe 4.0 has been making its way into enterprises, the Scaled Agile team has been busy working on advancing our training and certification content and improving the learning architecture in our SAFe 4.0 courseware. Fully updated to reflect the modular and scalable features of SAFe 4.0, the new courses are designed to help enterprises better organize around value delivery, develop systems that include hardware and software, and improve development, coordination, and delivery of large.
We’re glad to announce a new presentation deck, What’s New in SAFe 4.0., available for download at our Videos and Presentations page. Intended for all audiences—new to SAFe, or long-time practitioner—this 39-slide deck provides a high-level view of the latest features in the Framework, including: The new Foundation layer Program and Team level changes Backwards compatibility with SAFe 3.0 Support for large value streams with 4-Level SAFe Managing large portfolios For those of you who are.
Hello everyone, Since its release last September, SAFe in 8 Pictures has been one of our most frequently downloaded presentations. For those who are unfamiliar with it, SAFe in 8 Pictures is a lightweight tool for introducing the Scaled Agile Framework. Have you ever had the need to: Introduce SAFe to visual learners Tailor your presentation based on your audience without changing a word Pivot when conversation goes in an unanticipated direction This unique SAFe.
One of our most popular downloads, SAFe Foundations, has now been fully updated to include the new concepts in SAFe 4.0. This free slide presentation is for those who wish to better understand the purpose and foundations of the Framework, its basis in Lean and Agile, the business benefits that it can deliver, and guidance for implementation. You can use this deck in your business context, but like the Framework itself, this material is copyrighted.