Category: Scaling agile frameworks

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 thought leadership from Agile development,...

6 tips to design or re-design an Agile organisation

Agile practices are winding up increasingly far reaching. An expanding number of associations are bouncing on the temporary fad to appreciate the advantages of expanded adaptability, snappier pivot times and lower hazard. In any case, going from an unbending cascade approach (or even an impromptu responsive process) to something that is versatile and collective can be testing. Making the move...

Agile at scale — Why it now??

What is Agile? Deft, first presented in 2001 in the Manifesto for Agile Software Development, began as a strategy utilized as a part of programming advancement that tested the conventional, direct “waterfall” improvement show, in which whole projects are pre-arranged, at that point completely worked out before they are tried. Agile’s approach offers iterative adaptability, with little parts of tasks...

Assessing your need and readiness for the Scaled Agile Framework

Two of the inquiries I’m much of the time asked nowadays “Do we require the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)?” and “CAN we (securely) actualize SAFe?”. I as of late distributed a self-appraisal in view of the inquiries I ordinarily enable associations to answer when they’re taking a gander at this. The self-evaluation begins with inquiries to build up the requirement...