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How VersionOne Supports SAFe 4.0

Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) 4.0 clarifies many aspects of the framework that have been evolving since its inception. It also adds explicit support for the development of very large systems. Even so, you may still be finding your SAFe transformation a little … Continue reading

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Frameworks for large agile projects?

Things are getting more and more interesting with the use of agile in larger and larger projects. We now have a number of frameworks that we can use, such as LeSS, Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®), DAD and Scrum at Scale. … Continue reading

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The Trouble with NFRs

Introduction The use of Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) as a way of scaling Agile brings the need to identify Non Functional Requirements (NFRs) throughout the value stream. This need to deal with NFRs is also seen in DAD and LeSS, … Continue reading

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7 Tips We Learned About SAFe from Dean Leffingwell

SAFe is a marathon, not a sprint, and it can sometimes be fairly challenging, so who better to provide some tips than Dean Leffingwell, the creator of the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®). Here are seven tips I learned from the recent AgileLIVE … Continue reading

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Be an Agile Scholar

“If you do that, you’re NOT

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Is it Good to be SAFe?

A few weeks ago, I attended a Scaled Agile Framework Certification course taught by Dean Leffingwell.  The course reinforced many of the concepts in Dean’s latest book, Agile Software Requirements, and was a good way for me to assess my … Continue reading

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