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The 3 Best Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Resources for Beginners

Introduction Scaled Agile Framework, also known as SAFe, is an enterprise-scale development framework. It uses a combination of existing lean and agile principles and combines them into a framework for large-scale projects. SAFe is designed not so much as a single methodology, but as a broad knowledge base of proven best practices that real teams […]

All About PDUs VS SEUs of Scrum Alliance Courses

PDUs PDUs are Professional Development Units, necessary for maintaining the Project Management Institute (PMI)-certified credentials. They are a part of PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program. One PDU is worth one hour of project management training, though there are some exceptions to this rule. PMPs and other PMI credential holders can claim PDUs by visiting […]

Comparing scaling agile frameworks [Needs to be scrapped/reviewed]

Introduction SAFe® for Lean Enterprises is a knowledge base of proven, practices, integrated principles, and competencies for Lean, DevOps, and Agile. Since 2011, hundreds of the world’s largest organizations have discovered its benefits: faster time-to-market, dramatic increases in more motivated and quality, and productivity and engaged employees. How does SAFe do this? SAFe lead together […]

SAFe being a Scaled Agile Framework, not a Scaled Agile methodology

Introduction To start with, what’s the difference between a framework and a methodology? A methodology is a lot of principles, tools, and practices which can be used to guide processes to achieve a particular goal. A framework is a loose but incomplete structure which leaves space for different practices and tools to be included but […]

Right-sizing features for SAFe Program increments

Introduction One of the key activities that will help you make your Scaled Agile Framework program a success is the careful preparation of your Features prior to Program Increment (PI) planning. Also, one essential part of this preparation is to slice any of the focused-on Features that are too large to even think about being […]

Design for Testability: A vital aspect of the system Architect role in SAFe

Introduction The system architect role is important to the successful definition, design, delivery, and support of any IT project. A system architect analyses and recommends the correct combination of IT components to achieve a particular business, department, team, or functional goal. They objectively analyze wanted processes and outcomes and advice on the correct combination of […]

How to Bring Agile to Scale in Your Enterprise

Most projects are stuck in old methods for working, and that can contrarily impact an organization’s speed and versatility to transformation. To be active in the computerized age, organizations need to accomplish agility at scale. Many of the world’s bigger organizations battle to be agile, proficient, and information driven, which at that point makes them […]

Why SAFe

Why do Businesses Need SAFe? Endeavors must figure out how to adjust rapidly to changing innovation and financial conditions or they will end up wiped out, regardless of their size, smarts, or quality. This remains constant notwithstanding for organizations that don’t see themselves as Information Technology (IT) or programming organizations. Proficient administrations, money related administrations, […]

What’s new in SAFe 4.5

SAFe version 4.5 was released on 6/21, and I’ve been eager to delve in and see the progressions. Look at the official site for more points of interest on change. Here is a portion of the progressions I’m most eager to see. Making SAFe Easier to Handle The SAFe 4.0 Big Picture can be overpowering, […]

What are the core values of SAFe

Core Values The four Core Values of alignment, worked in quality, straightforwardness, and program execution speak to the central convictions that are vital to SAFe’s viability. These controlling standards help manage conduct and activity for everybody who partakes in a SAFe portfolio. Details SAFe is wide and profound and dependent on both Lean and Agile […]

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