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At the recent 2019 European SAFe® Summit, we did something we’ve never done before – we used the event to live-capture baseline metrics to determine how close organizations are to achieving true business (not just technical) agility. After Dean’s keynote presentation, we invited attendees to take a survey about business agility—and 164 of them did. To understand where the respondents were coming from, we included two questions about company size and the size of their.
Humbled. Inspired. Energized. Every time I come back from a SAFe Summit, I feel all of these things. And I can tell you why in just one sentence: SAFe companies are changing the world, one PI at a time. Just the week before last at the 2019 European SAFe Summit, we all learned how teams on the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Project are using SAFe to build the world’s largest radio telescope to explore the.
Our thinking on the Economic Framework evolved quite a bit with the release of SAFe 4.6. Specifically, we added lean budget guardrails and some more clarity around how both WSJF and Suppliers are material to economic decision-making. In 4.6, we reflected that in a complete rewrite of the article attached to the icon. However, although it applies at all levels, that icon is physically located only on the large solution level, which not everyone uses. We.
Last October, we released the first SAFe® for Government course with an initial MVP design focused on the U.S. federal market. Even before the course launched, we began getting feedback from our SPCs working with governments outside the U.S., as well as interest from state governments. While most of the course content works fine in those contexts, some of the information specific to U.S. federal is not as useful there. The big question was how.
Hello folks, We are pleased to announce the release of the Accelerating Business Value with SAFe and Technology Business Management (TBM) white paper. As organizations learn how to increase business and technical agility with SAFe, they also face another significant challenge—how to manage the massive increase in technology spending that now exemplifies many modern companies. Moreover, many IT organizations do not have full transparency into their spending or have a method for allocating their costs, and.
It’s been quite a journey, but we’re excited to announce that the last two articles in the SAFe for Government series are finished and live on scaledagileframework.com! Respectively, articles eight and nine cover: • Building in quality and compliance • Adapting governance practices to support agility and Lean flow of value By completing these articles, we’re reaffirming our commitment to ensuring that the guidance and thought leadership contained in the SAFe® for Government course is.
“The Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) workshop was incredibly useful for our implementation of SAFe at Travelport. The format and structure of the workshop enabled us to create our LPM implementation roadmap, and depart the workshop with next steps clearly articulated and actionable. I highly recommend this workshop for any organization implementing lean portfolio management practices at scale.” —Hilla Knapke, Director, Agile Practice Office and SAFe Enterprise Transformation, Travelport When we launch new courses here at.
Last year, we released our SAFe® for Government course to help agency decision makers understand how to overcome the most common barriers to Lean-Agile and DevOps adoption in the public sector. The feedback so far from the SPCs who have delivered this training has been extremely positive! We’re also excited to see that just over 25 percent of the scheduled SAFe® for Government courses listed by our partners on the training calendar are outside of.
After a very successful first teach in early March in Boulder, Colorado, we’re thrilled to announce that our latest course—SAFe® for Architects with SAFe® 4 Architect certification—is now live! Dealing with constantly shifting markets and digital disruption means quickly innovating to get high-quality solutions into customers’ hands faster and more predictably. To do that, architects have to be on board, or the business can’t execute on its vision and objectives. Architects are critical to successfully.
Gone are the days when companies had the luxury of long delivery cycles to get everything right. Now, organizations have to predictably and quickly get new functionality in customers’ hands, or risk not being able to adapt to changing markets. This is true for all businesses, including those building the world’s biggest and most complex systems. And they’re turning to Lean systems Engineering practices to take advantage of frequent product release cycles that provide fast.