Check out the latest edition of the Scaled Agile Insider
It’s been over two years since we launched the Scaled Agile Insider with just a few thousand readers. Today, that number has grown to nearly 90,000 subscribers, and that number continues to grow at a dramatic rate, keeping pace with the uptake of SAFe.
If you haven’t had a chance, give it look. This almost-monthly email is the best resource for getting all the latest news from the SAFe universe in one place. And there are things you can get in the Insider (such as industry news, enterprise videos, new class offerings, etc. ) that don’t necessarily make it into this blog.
- SAFe Implementation Roadmap identifies 12 ‘critical moves’ for success
- Invitation-based approach to implementing SAFe
- Are you reading Mark Richards’ blog, The Art of SAFe?:
- Bringing your SAFe PI Plan to life during execution
- Want a supercharged ART? Don’t settle for a Proxy Product Manager!
- Team Backlog Evolution in SAFe – from 3 words on a sticky to a Ready to Play story
- Revamping SAFe’s Program Level PI Metrics, a multi-part series
- Learnings from the SPC4 course & how it helped me
- How does SAFe benefit the enterprise architect?
- Recorded webinar: How to Use SAFe to Deliver Value at Enterprise Scale
- Case study: Royal Philips: medical technology giant cuts release cycle time by two-thirds with SAFe
- Case study: LEGO finds the sweet spot
- Case study: Agile Transformation in a Highly Regulated Environment: UK National Health Service (NHS)
The Insider is intended to provide you with the wider range of information—including things like commercial aspects, case studies, and third party opinions—that will help you do your job and get the most out of SAFe. To that end, you’ll find a broad range of topics and resources, including: links to new downloads, ‘must-read’ articles, books, videos, the lastest case studies, webinar announcements, classes and event news, and more.
If you’ve attended a SAFe class, you are likely already subscribed. If not, go here to subscribe and read the latest editions.
As we work to improve its value to the community, we’d love your thoughts. Are we covering what’s important to you? Should we provide less or more? Turn it into an online publication? All ideas are welcome.