Four Key Things You Should Know About SAFe

Many organisations have benefited from the transformational practices of Lean and Agile at the team level, but how do we apply the learnings within larger enterprises that are tasked with building complex solutions that potentially require hundreds of people to develop?

The Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) is a knowledge base of proven, integrated principles and practices for Lean, Agile, and DevOps that helps large organisations with this challenge. SAFe was released in 2011 and is currently the most popular method for scaling Lean-Agile.

If you’re considering whether SAFe is right for your context, then there are four things you should know about SAFe.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Talk

Four key things you should know about SAFe:

  1. SAFe: A Lean-Agile Framework
  2. Essential SAFe: Building a Strong Foundation
  3. SAFe Implementation Roadmap
  4. SAFe Role Based Training

Learning Outcome

No matter which framework you choose, implementing Agile at scale will be a significant transformation for your enterprise that will not only be rewarding but will ultimately be necessary in order to remain competitive in today’s hyper competitive world . To this end, you need to consider not only the framework itself but also the way in which it will be implemented.

The learning outcomes tie specifically to the four key learnings of the presentation.

Target Audience

Anyone interested in learning how to scale Lean and Agile in the enterprise.

Prerequisites for Attendees

No prerequisites.

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