Tag: SAFe implementation

Extend Agility Beyond the Team with Lean Thinking and the Portfolio Kanban

Introduction The Agile Method is an approach to project management that is designed to help development teams effectively that characterize the creation of new software applications. Continuous Software Engineering and DevOps studies are also the examples of how the software development domain is approaching aspects of agility beyond software development teams. A SAFe portfolio is a single instance of the Framework...

Boost Your IT Career with the Top SAFe® Certifications

INTRODUCTION If you’re aiming at gaining enhanced knowledge on Scaled Agile Framework and other product development principles, a SAFe certification is definitely the best choice for you. A prior knowledge of Scrum and a 5-year experience in software development, project management, testing, business analysis, or product management will help with a better understanding in the course. Executives, managers, leaders, directors,...

How to get started with SAFe

Introduction As the world’s leading structure for scaling Agile over the project, the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) engages complex organizations to accomplish the advantages of Lean-Agile software and frameworks development at scale. Since 2011, hundreds of the world’s biggest organizations have found its advantages: quicker time-to- market, dramatic increments in productivity and quality, and increasingly motivated and connected with employees....

An HR playbook for successful SAFe implementation

Introduction As an organization builds speed for a SAFe implementation, it rapidly becomes clear that significant change is involved. Without due consideration, this awareness of looming change develops fear and uncertainty with respect to those affected by the change. That can be every employee. In any change program, particularly one this extensive, the enterprises Human Resources organization has a significant...

SAFe for Government

Introduction SAFe for Government is a set of success “designs” that help public division organizations execute Lean-Agile practices in a government context. The foundations of Lean and Agile thinking have prompted higher achievement rates versus waterfall strategies in software and systems development in the private sector. Government programs are starting to experience comparable outcomes utilizing these same patterns, hence government...