Take a deep-dive into understanding Agile, SAFe and Scrum – their differences, their applications, and how they integrate into your business and project management strategies.
What is Agile vs SAFe vs Scrum?
To boil it down to a couple sentences, Scrum is a way to tackle a project using Agile, and SAFe is a way to make your entire end-to-end business Agile — Including non-project work and non-project employees.
What is the difference between Scrum and SAFe Scrum?
Scrum is a simple and flexible framework for small teams that emphasizes collaboration and continuous improvement, while SAFe is a more structured framework for managing large, complex projects that require coordination and alignment across multiple teams and organizational levels.
What does the SAFe project stand for?
SAFE Project (Stop the Addiction Fatality Epidemic) is a national nonprofit working through a disciplined, collaborative, multi-pronged and non-partisan approach to end the nation’s catastrophic opioid epidemic.
What is SAFe vs Agile?
Agile refers to an incremental methodology of project development in a dynamic environment. On the other hand, SAFe scales the elements of the Agile framework to enable teams to work on complex projects.
What are the 3 C’s in SAFe Agile?
The 3Cs: Card, Conversation, Confirmation Index cards provide a physical relationship between the team and the story.
Is SAFe Scrum or Kanban?
Most Agile Teams use SAFe Scrum as their primary method to deliver value. However, some teams have a rapid and uneven arrival of work and fast-changing priorities that lowers the value of the time investment in iteration planning. In these cases, teams often choose SAFe Team Kanban instead.