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SAFe® White Paper Eliminating the Blind Spot: A Proven Approach to Enterprise Technology Strategy Formulation

SAFe® White Paper Eliminating the Blind Spot: A Proven Approach to Enterprise Technology Strategy Formulation

SAFe Updates

In this, the age of digital, it’s abundantly clear that business survival is highly dependent on the IT organization’s ability to evolve technological infrastructure to keep pace with the rapidly changing demands on the business. After all, seemingly all new business capabilities are dependent on new initiatives that are realized by digital systems and services. Simply, there can be no true business agility without an adaptive enterprise architecture. This is why we are so excited to.

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Easterseals Northern California:  How SAFe—and Mindset—Drive the Mission

Easterseals Northern California: How SAFe—and Mindset—Drive the Mission

Case Studies

“We began seeing value within weeks or months of launching the first release train. Leaders and business owners could very quickly see we were working on the things that were important to them.” —Jeff Hallett, VP, Product Management Hi folks, When non-profit organizations practice SAFe, we love hearing their stories. They may not have all of the same challenges as their commercial counterparts, but there are many similarities and the mission is still as critical,.

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Enabling technical agility in the Lean enterprise vlog series: the rest of the Agile software engineering story

Enabling technical agility in the Lean enterprise vlog series: the rest of the Agile software engineering story

SAFe Updates

Welcome back! In this final video in our series designed to jump-start your understanding of the core principles and practices of Agile software engineering (ASE), one of our Lean-Agile thought leaders, Ken Pugh, wraps up with some additional key concepts: Systems thinking—the big-picture view Kinds of testing  Continuous testing pipeline Separation of concerns Common design patterns  Methods for refactoring code Click on a topic below to check out any of the earlier videos in the.

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Phew! A quick report on SAFe 5.0 in the marketplace

Phew! A quick report on SAFe 5.0 in the marketplace

SAFe Updates

Hi Folks, It probably goes without saying that the release of SAFe 5.0 was a pretty big deal. Expanding from technical agility to Business Agility was no small feat. It required the addition of new competencies for Organizational Agility and Continuous Learning Culture. All the competency articles were either written from scratch or largely rewritten and ‘mob reviewed’ by the entire Framework team. 30 – 40 other articles were written, rewritten, or extensively edited. 80.

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Enabling technical agility in the Lean enterprise vlog series: implementing with quality

Enabling technical agility in the Lean enterprise vlog series: implementing with quality

SAFe Updates

Good news! Here’s video 11 in our series designed to jump-start your understanding of the core principles and practices of Agile Software Engineering (ASE). In this installment, one of our Lean-Agile thought leaders, Ken Pugh, talks about test-driven design. As we learned in video seven, Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) is about the triad of customer, developer, and tester writing story tests from a point of view external to the application. Test-Driven Development (TDD) is about figuring.

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Enabling technical agility in the Lean enterprise vlog series: building systems with design quality

Enabling technical agility in the Lean enterprise vlog series: building systems with design quality

SAFe Updates

We’re back with video 10 in our series designed to jump-start your understanding of the core principles and practices of Agile software engineering (ASE). This time, one of our Lean-Agile thought leaders, Ken Pugh, talks about aspects of design quality that are critical for maintainability. Ken introduces Interface-Oriented Design by discussing one of the most important guiding principles—design to interfaces not implementations—from Design Patterns by Gamma et al. Next, he draws from another classic book.

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SAP Delivery Agility: Applying Essential SAFe to large-scale SAP implementations and operations

SAP Delivery Agility: Applying Essential SAFe to large-scale SAP implementations and operations

Advanced Topic SAFe Updates

Hello, For over two decades now, proponents of Agile have had to contend with the myth that “you can’t use Agile for X,” where X represents high-assurance systems, systems subject to rigorous regulatory requirements, cyber-physical systems, systems with known and fixed requirements, systems for national defense and security, big data systems, and so on. I’ve been around long enough to have a sense of why these perceptions arise, so I always respond by simplifying Agile.

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New SAFe® 5.0 Introduction White Paper

New SAFe® 5.0 Introduction White Paper

SAFe Updates

Hello folks, We’re pleased to announce the release of the SAFe 5.0 Introduction white paper. You can download it here. This white paper provides an overview of SAFe 5.0, the Big Picture graphic, the seven core competencies, and the values, mindset, principles, and practices that guide teams to more effectively build solutions in a far leaner—and more Agile—fashion. You can use the new white paper in a couple of different ways: As an initial level of.

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Enabling technical agility in the Lean enterprise vlog series: building systems with code quality

Enabling technical agility in the Lean enterprise vlog series: building systems with code quality

SAFe Resources

Video nine in our series designed to jump-start your understanding of the core principles and practices of Agile software engineering (ASE) is all about code quality. Ken Pugh, one of our Lean-Agile thought leaders, shares wisdom about what makes good code and how to avoid some common pitfalls. The goal is maintainability—the ease with which you can go from the as-is to the to-be state.  So, what makes for easily maintainable code? Ken talks about.

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An interview about SAFe, Agile and big data, and more

An interview about SAFe, Agile and big data, and more

SAFe Updates

2020欧洲杯投注开户Hi Folks, I was recently interviewed by Cisco business architect Venkat Narayan about SAFe, Agile and big data. It quickly evolved into a broader perspective on things like TQM, Lean Six Sigma and more, and most importantly (from my perspective!) why SAFe works as well as it does. I think it’s an interesting interview with one or two helpful insights. Check it out here. —Dean

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