At this point, you have implemented SAFe across all or most of your value streams. Your teams, leaders, and stakeholders are all well trained in agile principles. What now? In part 9 of our SAFe Implementation Roadmap series, we’ll look at how to extend to the portfolio.
The train has left the station. It’s now time to accelerate. What now? In part 8 of our SAFe Implementation Roadmap series, we’ll look at how to launch more ARTs.
You and your colleagues have decided; it’s time to embrace the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) within your Jira environment. That was the easy part. Now comes the planning, development, and implementation. But what exactly does it take to carry out a SAFe rollout in Jira?
Every step of our SAFe Implementation Roadmap series has built up to the launching of your first ART but what does that launch actually entail? Are you truly prepared so that it’s all systems go? Read on to find out!
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External dependencies play a relevant role in product development and in the collaboration of the individual teams in the ART (Agile Release Train) and in collaboration with other teams. For efficient collaboration, any dependencies, blockers, or risks should be directly identified and resolved. In addition, external teams that are not in the ART should be included in the PI (Program Increment) planning process. In this way, it is possible to identify at an early stage whether there are any external dependencies that the team must take into account accordingly.
With the new Agile Hive release, we have taken a big step towards enabling business teams and are introducing …
During the last sprint, our team worked diligently on new features and improvements for Agile Hive. Version 3.10 of the Jira SAFe solution is now available. We have made various improvements to the breakout boards for the current release and further optimized the system in terms of usability. Read on to take a look at all the great new features!
While SAFe is a great starting point to kick off your agile journey, it can be quite complicated to find your way through at the beginning. Anyone getting familiar with SAFe® processes for the first time might feel overwhelmed by the abundance of terms and components. In practice, all these elements should fit together and mesh to ensure an optimal process. Today we’re talking all about Essential SAFe and its benefits.
Get ready for remote PI planning Whether you’re new to PI planning or have done it in person, 2020 has …