SAFe 6.0 is the latest release of the Scaled Agile Framework, featuring six themes that aim to revolutionise business agility. Strengthening foundations, empowering teams, accelerating value flow, enhancing business agility, building the future with AI, Big Data, and Cloud, and delivering better outcomes with OKRs.
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Measuring Predictability and Agility during PI Execution
If you want to reach higher levels of Agile maturity, it is important to identify and address the underlying issues that may be hindering your progress. Applying objective value-based metrics, Flow Load and Flow Predictability, enables continuous improvement every quarter. Using Flow Metrics across the organisation has become nearly synonymous with Agile Ways of Working and SAFe. Provided with good…
Work differently, start now
Elabor8 was honoured to host Dr. Stephen Mayner in this month’s webinar where he presented key industry insights for ‘Applying the SAFe Dual Operating System to Enable Agility in Government’. In this blog, we revisit some of the highlights. Today, let us revisit some of the highlights in this article.
Be SAFe and Flow Metrics
Whether you are just emerging from traditional project methods, in the throes of an ongoing Scaled Agile Transformation, or just getting settled into your Scaled Agile Framework for Enterprise Transformation, businesses, operations, and technology leaders need to be laser-focused on understanding how to measure predictability in terms of the flow of value through the system.
Lean-Agile Leadership Call to Action
Having the whole organisation trained in lean/agile ways of working is important because it provides a tangible roadmap for leading organisational change. It bridges the gaps between functional silos with a common organisational language, basic shared skills and common knowledge of the concepts and an understanding of the ‘why’.
Lean-Agile Leadership at all levels is about empowering those doing the work
Leadership had to take the wheel immediately. Working with SAFe Program Consultants (SPCs), a pragmatic curriculum of agile classes were implemented. Over the course of a fiscal quarter, everyone could have productive conversations, plan together and prioritise accordingly to the needs of the enterprise goals and market opportunities. One Product Owner even used her budget to fly dev team members into the PI Planning from across the continent!