Iteration Planning Iteration Planning is an event where all team members

Iteration planning iteration planning is an event

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Iteration Planning Iteration Planning is an event where all team members determine how much of the Team Backlog they can commit to delivering during an upcoming Iteration. The team summarizes the work as a set of committed Iteration Goals. Iteration Retrospective The Iteration Retrospective is a regular meeting where Agile Team members discuss the results of the Iteration, review their practices, and identify ways to improve. Iteration Review The Iteration Review is a cadence-based event, where each team inspects the increment at the end of every Iteration to assess progress, and then adjusts its backlog for the next iteration. Large Solution Level The Large Solution Level contains the roles, artifacts, and processes needed to build large and complex solutions. This includes a stronger focus on capturing requirements in Solution Intent, the coordination of multiple Agile Release Trains (ARTs) and Suppliers, and the need to ensure compliance with regulations and standards. Large Solution SAFe configuration The Large Solution SAFe configuration is for developing the largest and most complex solutions that typically require multiple Agile release trains and Suppiers, but do not require portfolio-level considerations. This is common for industries like aerospace and defense, automotive, and government, where the lage solution—not portfolio governance—is the primary concern. Lean Budgets Lean Budgets is a set of practices that minimize overhead by funding and empowering Value Streams rather than projects while maintaining financial and fitness-for-use governance. This is achieved through objective evaluation of working systems, active management of Epic investments, and dynamic budget adjustments. Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) The Lean Portfolio Management (LPM) function has the highest level of decision-making and financial accountability for the products and Solutions in a SAFe portfolio. Lean User Experience (Lean UX) Lean User Experience (Lean UX) design is a mindset, culture, and a process that embraces Lean-Agile methods. It implements functionality in minimum viable increments and determines success by measuring results against a benefit hypothesis.
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Lean and Agile Principles SAFe is based on nine immutable, underlying Lean and Agile Principles. These tenets and economic concepts inspire and inform the roles and practices of SAFe. Lean-Agile Leaders Lean-Agile Leaders are lifelong learners who are responsible for the successful adoption of SAFe and the results it delivers. They empower and help teams build better systems by learning, exhibiting, teaching and coaching SAFe’s Lean-Agile principles and practices. Lean-Agile Mindset The Lean-Agile Mindset is the combination of beliefs, assumptions, and actions of SAFe Leaders and practitioners who embrace the concepts of the Agile Manifesto and Lean thinking. It’s the personal, intellectual, and leadership foundation for adopting and applying SAFe principles and practices.
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