It Just Got Easier to Get Important SAFe Content Updates

It Just Got Easier to Get Important SAFe Content Updates

SAFe Updates
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Hi Folks,

There is a continuous flow of SAFe information on the net. It comes fast, and in all forms: news, case studies, opinions, articles, videos, and more. We capture what we can on the SAFe blog, so that you can stay up to date.

But there is a lot of information there, so we’ve now made it easier for you to find out what’s most important via the the addition of a new “SAFe updates” feature on the Framework homepage,  You’ll see it at the top of the screen, just below the main menu. It allows you to quickly scan what we consider to be essential reading for SAFe practitioners engaged in a SAFe implementation. This is where new content will be developed, pointers to new guidance articles and more, and each post is open for comments so that we can get your feedback. This is how we develop SAFe, in full, public view. We need your input to keep SAFe safe.

The rest of SAFe news will continue as usual—see how it’s organized in the diagram pictured here—but for those of you who are implementing SAFe, you’ll want to keep an eye on the “SAFe updates” section so you can stay informed about the latest developments. And if you add value via comments, we’ll hope to capture that too.

Stay SAFe!



Author Info

Dean Leffingwell

Recognized as the one of the world’s foremost authorities on Lean-Agile best practices, Dean Leffingwell is an author, entrepreneur, and software development methodologist.

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