You may have noticed we’ve been talking lately about SAFe - Scaled Agile Framework- in the last few blog posts. The reason for this is that our Radtac team members Alex, Darren and Randal have participated in the SAFe Leadership Retreat, where they’ve gained some very useful insight into the latest developments of SAFe.
But we’re not the only ones talking about SAFe.
What is the Scaled Agile Framework?
The aim of SAFe is to introduce agile ways of working across large enterprise organisations, rather than stopping at team level.
SAFe for Digital Transformation
SAFe enables the right balance between top-down control and bottom-up empowerment within large organisations, as this Forbes article explains.
The need for SAFe Lean-Agile principles
Dean Leffingwell, Director and Chief Methodologist at Scaled Agile, lists 9 SAFe Lean-Agile principles which represent the basic recommendations for SAFe to be effective.
An update on SAFe 4.0
The SAFe ‘Big Picture’ is updated to version 4.0 Dean Leffingwell presents a ‘more modular and more expandable’ version of this Big Picture.
Missed our stories about the SAFe Leadership Retreat?
What better way is there to learn more about latest trends in SAFe, than to attend a SAFe Leadership Retreat in an iconic Scottish location?
Read Darren’s insight from the retreat and Alex’s take on SAFe and scaling agile or on education pathways for SAFe. Don’t miss out on the funny part of the retreat - riding Segways in the rain or biking on a ‘not so flat’ course.
Do you have any interesting thoughts and articles about SAFe to share? We’d love to hear from you.