Getting Started with SAFe®

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Follow proven steps and find the right SAFe partner

So: you’re ready to “go SAFe” and build a more Agile business and organization. But where do you start?
Scaling Agile in your organization introduces a new way of working. Some enterprises start with a handful of teams; others launch dozens of teams at once. No matter where you start, we’ve got the resources and information you need to get to the next level and keep improving.

SAFe Partner
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Step 1: Find a Partner

Build confidence and expertise in your new way of working. SAFe-certified professionals help you launch and sustain Agile at scale with training, coaching, and technology platforms.


SAFe roadmap

Step 2: Follow the Roadmap

Organizations achieving success typically follow a path similar to what’s in the SAFe Implementation Roadmap. From team-level agility to managing Lean portfolios, our courses target what your organization needs to know to succeed with SAFe. Use the roadmap to find out what courses are best and at what stage.


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Step 3: Learn more about SAFe® Enterprise

SAFe Enterprise bundles the tools you need to succeed with SAFe, day-to-day. This combination of training, on-demand resources, and support is custom-built for enterprise excellence.

Make the case for change

Learn how and why to convince people in your organization that transforming the way you do business is a worthy goal. Read our Making the Case for Business Agility e-book.

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Back to: What Is SAFe?

SAFe is the most popular framework to implement Agile, Lean, and DevOps practices at scale. It’s trusted, effective, and sustainable.

Next to: SAFe and Agile

As a framework for scaling Agile, SAFe gives large, complex organizations a proven system and structured guidance for a better way of working.

Philips is continuously driving to develop high-quality software in a predictable, fast and Agile way. SAFe addresses this primary goal, as well as offering these further benefits: reduced time to market and improved quality, stronger alignment across geographically distributed multi-disciplinary teams, and collaboration across teams to deliver meaningful value to customers with reduced cycle time.

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