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Learn more about the SAFe, or Scaled Agile Framework, methodology and how it supports enterprise agility and scaling lean agile practices.

From Scrum Master to Release Train Engineer – 3 Keys to Success

If you are reading this, you are most likely a Scrum Master who has been relatively successful within at least a few Scrum teams, and are faced with an exciting decision: Should I pursue (or...

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Why Release Train Engineers Must Prioritize Relationship Building

One of the key tenets that makes enterprise agility possible is that everyone involved in an organization can and should act as a leader in some sense. Various roles obviously take on more leadership responsibilities,...

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Sprint Retrospective vs. SAFe Iteration Retrospective –
3 Big Differences You Need to Know

If you are familiar with Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), you should be aware of the many similarities that SAFe has with Scrum in terms of specific practices. With exception of some of the terminology (i.e....

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Agile Change Management – 3 Tips for your Agile Adoption

Recently, I have been studying how people, teams, and organizations respond to change. This may seem surprising, but I have found the human side of Agile to be the one aspect that is most often...

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Lean Portfolio Management Blog Series Part 2: Strategic Alignment

Strategies for shifting from “imitation LPM” to “real LPM.” In the previous installment of this blog series we provided an overview of the signs of imitation Lean Portfolio Management (LPM). In this state, organizations have...

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Lean Portfolio Management Blog Series Part 4: Tooling

In the previous articles in this series, we’ve discussed the dangers of “imitation” lean portfolio management (LPM), the steps required to set up effective LPM in your organization, and the importance of connecting all levels...

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Lean Portfolio Management Blog Series Part 3: Organizing for Value

Organizing teams to shift from “imitation LPM” to “real LPM.” In the previous installment of this blog series, we discussed how organizations implementing LPM treat strategy and some of the signs of imitation LPM in...

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Lean Portfolio Management Blog Series Part 1: An Overview

  An overview on shifting from \"imitation LPM\" to \"real LPM.\"   Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) is supposed to be a world-changing paradigm shift that promises to boost productivity, time to market, quality, customer satisfaction,...

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Agile and DevOps – Which Scaled Agile Framework Works Best?

If you are already running Agile/DevOps teams, sooner or later, you will reach a fork in the road where you need to decide how to scale your teams. By “scale”, it means that you seek...

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SAFe® In a Nutshell – Portfolio Level

In the previous installment, we explored how to scale from a program to the large solution level which is used for organizations who are building really large systems requiring the collaboration and alignment of multiple...

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Scaling Agile Practices to the Enterprise

Applying an Agile framework to multiple teams at once, and in coordination, is often referred to as “Scaling Agile”.  This tends to be most common with the Scrum framework, but many good practices can be...

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Cprime Acquires Radtac, a UK-based Leader in Enterprise Agility

In an increasingly globalized world of technology creation, Cprime is always seeking to reach wider and deeper to deliver global transformations and product solutions for its clients. “Enterprises on both sides of the Atlantic are...

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