This role-focused article is one in a multi-part series that examines how Agile Hive supports various roles in an organization leveraging the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) for better outcomes.
Implementing the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®) is a complex process that organizations often struggle with. Without proper guidance and tools, they may encounter a variety of pitfalls that can, and most often will hinder the success of their SAFe transformation. In this article, we will explore these challenges and discuss how Jira Align can help to ease them.
Fall is almost upon us and that means JiraCon is just a few weeks away! This virtual conference for people who want to “DO COOL $#!% WITH JIRA” will take place at the end of September, and of course, we’ll be there too with Agile Hive! Find out more about the conference and how you can get a discount on your ticket in this article.
Leadership in organizations has long evolved from the days of working in cubicles and pure top-down decision-making. Want to know how to lead your employees in a modern, agile way? Well, read on to find out!
Why are the long-standing, successful businesses, slowly losing value and therefore market share? Why are startups able to exist in markets where big brands have led the way for decades? One word; agility. In this article, you can read how you as a large company can be just as agile as those startups with the help of SAFe and Agile Hive.
Held at the end of each program increment (PI), I&A is a critical component of Scaled Agile Framework® or SAFe®. It’s the event where the development team demonstrates and evaluates the current state of the product in development, as well as the processes used to get it there.
Working for Vodafone since 1993, Ingo Schneider, a Release Train Engineer, has seen it all. Read on and watch the video to learn how SAFe and Agile Hive helped Vodafone become more agile.
In 2020 and 2021, our partner Kegon helped the company BD Rowa transition into a completely agile working environment. Read on to find out Their “Journey to Mars”, as they called their process of achieving business agility, went.
Over the last twenty years, agile has gained more and more traction in not only the technology world, but across all business sectors. Now, it is almost a no-brainer for startups and enterprise organizations alike. While startups seem to thrive with agile, larger organizations tend to struggle when attempting to scale the methodology. This is why frameworks such as SAFe® and Spotify have started to gain traction at the enterprise level.
For Martin Seibert’s newest book – We Run on Agile – he had the opportunity to speak with Richard Wilson. With over 20 years of implementing Agile at scale, Richard co-founded the company with Mark Richards – a SAFe fellow who probably has launched between 30-50 trains over the last 10 years.