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      We’re finished! The new Solution Train Engineer article completes the role-based guidance for large solution builders.

      scaledagileframework.com - It is humbling for us to know that some of the largest enterprises in the Global 2000 rely on SAFe’s guidance to build the world’s most important systems. Adopting Lean-Agile at scale helps these organizations create these critical solutions better, faster, and with higher quality.  These systems range from the big IT systems that drive fintech and insurance to the cyber-physical systems in aerospace, defense, and automotive.
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      Mik + 1 Podcast with Dean: Practices and Behaviors of High-performing Teams

      scaledagileframework.com - I recently sat down with one of my heroes, Mik Kersten, to talk about what it means to be a high-performing team.
      Mik wrote Project to Product, a breakthrough book that is influencing the way many businesses are tackling the challenges of digital disruption. His podcast series, Mik + 1, delivers “nothing-off-the-record” conversations with industry leaders that run the gamut from digital transformation to delivering software at scale.
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      Driving Relentless Improvement: Reflections on the RTE Summit & a New Team and Technical Agility Assessment

      scaledagileframework.com - It was a pleasure to attend the 6th Annual RTE Summit hosted by Scaled Agile Gold SPCT partners Gladwell Academy, held in Utrecht at the Railway Museum on the 8th – 9th November. As we all recognize, the RTE is critical to the success of the ART, and since its inception, the RTE Summit has been an important event for building and supporting those in this role. As I reflect on the event, the overwhelming experience was one of community. Almost everyone I spoke to was a practicing RTE, a Scrum Master aspiring to be an RTE or an RTE who recently moved into a broader change-agent role. This common thread created a powerful learning network with individuals and groups giving advice, providing insights, and sharing knowledge. I learned a huge amount during the two days.
       
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      Stories from the Field: Eight New Customer Story Videos

      scaledagileframework.com - One of the highlights of the SAFe Summit each year is hearing directly from our customers. Their experiences in applying SAFe to achieve business goals, and the lessons they learn along the way, motivate and inform the work that we do, and feed directly into the continued evolution of the Framework. And therefore, I am delighted to announce that eight new customer story videos, recorded for the SAFe Summit 2021, are now available on our customer story page. We are extremely grateful to all these customers for their willingness to share their successes so we can all benefit. Thank you.
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      Translated Business Agility Assessment – Now Available in 5 Languages

      scaledagileframework.com - Successful enterprises routinely measure progress to determine whether they are meeting their business outcomes, delighting customers, and improving their ways of working. Indeed, this is the hallmark of the ‘Learning Organization’. In support of this, we recently announced updated SAFe Metrics guidance – a simple, yet comprehensive, model applicable at every level of the organization.
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      Accelerating Time to Market with the Business Agility Value Stream

      scaledagileframework.com - Each year as I prepare for our annual SAFe Summit, I pause a bit to think more deeply about the future of software and systems development, and how that will impact the evolution of SAFe. This year, I paid particular attention to a somewhat different source of information—specifically the financial markets—where I was looking to see what forward-thinking technology investments will likely alter the course of the industry.
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      New video from Dean answers the question, “Why SAFe?”

      scaledagileframework.com - Hi Folks,
      I am frequently asked the question, “Why is SAFe so popular?” My answer is usually simple. “Because of the business outcomes!” And I’m not being glib when I say that. Whether you’re building sports cars, spaceships, or healthcare systems, you have to be confident that your business will be better off with SAFe than without it, and that kind of confidence isn’t possible unless you are getting tangible results.
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      Is Scrum Too Difficult To Understand?

      medium.com - Scrum. Everyone knows it. Everyone uses it. But for many, Scrum doesn’t deliver what it promises. My fellow Serious Scrum writer Maarten Dalmijn states he never saw a team that nailed Scrum. I saw a few. And they were thriving. But I have seen far more teams struggling.
      I believe the problem is that Scrum is very difficult to understand. On the surface, it seems straightforward. You introduce some roles, work in Sprints, dailies, reviews and retros and you do Scrum.
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      Don’t look back in anger: 10 top tips for a kick-ass retrospective

      thisiszone.medium.com - As a self-confessed agile nerd, a question I like to ask my peers is: “What is your favourite ceremony?” For me, the one that always wins is the retrospective.
      A retrospective is a great opportunity for teams to come together, in a safe space, to inspect and adapt. They can celebrate their successes and reflect on what could be improved, with no finger pointing or blame.
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      Value Stream Management in SAFe

      scaledagileframework.com - It’s no secret that we are enamored with value streams here at Scaled Agile. SAFe enterprises identify them, categorize them, organize around them, coordinate them, automate them, map them, measure them, and relentlessly improve them. In fact, value streams are so ingrained in SAFe that you can’t ‘be SAFe’ without them.
      With the ever-growing adoption of SAFe and Lean-Agile ways of working, value stream thinking is spreading quickly across the industry. Enterprises, analysts, authors, consultants, and solution providers, en masse, have realized that optimizing the value delivery system from end to end increases competitive advantage. They have adopted the term value stream management (VSM) and, according to Gartner, 70% of companies will use it to improve flow by 2023.
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