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Four Keys to Organizational Transparency – Brought to You by Agile

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Four Keys to Organizational Transparency – Brought to You by Agile

Building trust takes time, restructuring around customer value takes more time, and changing culture, takes even more time. The success of each of these ongoing endeavors depends largely on transparency within an organization. When is...

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Five Lessons Learned to Prepare You for Virtual PI Planning Meetings

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Five Lessons Learned to Prepare You for Virtual PI Planning Meetings

Many organizations are in various stages of implementing Program Increment (PI) planning as part of their development processes. Those organizations that have successfully implemented PI planning processes in a physical world may experience additional benefits...

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SAFe in a Nutshell – The Simplest Way to Understand SAFe

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SAFe in a Nutshell – The Simplest Way to Understand SAFe

SAFe is the most popular framework in use today to guide an organization’s efforts to scale agile practices beyond the team level. But, when people look into it for the first time, this is what...

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How Design Thinking Powers Agile Product Delivery in SAFe 5.0

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How Design Thinking Powers Agile Product Delivery in SAFe 5.0

If you’ve been using the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) for a while now, the basics are pretty clear to you. And, while the recently released SAFe 5.0 is a significant update to the framework, most...

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Seeking Real World Business Agility

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Seeking Real World Business Agility

You’ve probably heard the term “business agility” thrown around a lot in recent years. It’s becoming one of those catchphrases that everyone knows is important, most think they understand, but few agree on what it...

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Scaling Architecture, Requirements and Design – The Mystery of the 11th Principle

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Scaling Architecture, Requirements and Design – The Mystery of the 11th Principle

Agile software development is an approach that uses self-organizing, cross-functional teams to develop requirements and solutions by collaborating with customers and end users. It advocates a rapid, flexible response to change, along with the early...

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Introducing SAFe 4.0:

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Introducing SAFe 4.0:

As a SAFe® Gold Partner, cPrime offers all 4.0 training courses materials, Kickstart packages and consulting, as of January 12, 2016, See our full SAFe® offerings here. Scaled Agile, Inc. (SAI) unveiled SAFe® 4.0 for...

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Better SAFe Than Sorry

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Better SAFe Than Sorry

As noted by nearly everyone who has taken the time and invested the effort into implementing the Scaled Agile Framework for the Enterprise (SAFe), the single most powerful benefit the framework brings is a level...

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Which of the 3 SAFe Certifications is Right For You?

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Which of the 3 SAFe Certifications is Right For You?

So you\'ve decided to explore official certification in Scaled Agile Framework for Enterprise (SAFe). That\'s awesome! You won\'t regret it. But, we\'re going to be perfectly honest with you. This is an investment in more...

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Are We Spending Agile Funds Correctly?

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Are We Spending Agile Funds Correctly?

As more and more organizations adopt a SAFe-based top-down approach to scaled Agile, discussions about value streams and return on the Agile investment are becoming more commonplace. Many of the attendees we interacted with at...

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5 Key Steps to Transition From a Non-Agile Process

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5 Key Steps to Transition From a Non-Agile Process

iterative, Agile processes with no wasted effort. Since time is money, and money is your company\'s future, this is important. 1. Identify Roles Making the transition to Agile methodologies requires a lot of adjustment to...

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3 Ways for Agile Teams to Collaborate on the Program Level

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3 Ways for Agile Teams to Collaborate on the Program Level

Scaling Agile beyond the team level is a challenge for many organizations. While an individual team may have a nice, comfortable cadence with their Sprints and Retrospectives, it can throw them off when they get...

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