Closing blog post for SAFe 4.5 and new locations for SAFe 4.6 and 4.5 websites
This marks the final blog entry for SAFe 4.5, but the adventure continues on the SAFe 4.6 website, so we encourage you to stay in touch with us at scaledagileframework.com. That’s where you can get up to date with the latest content, news, free resources, customer stories, events, and things we haven’t even thought up yet.
In the meantime, here’s what you need to know about which version of SAFe lives where:
- The SAFe 4.6 site has relocated to scaledagileframework.com
- The SAFe 4.5 site has relocated here, at v45.scaledagileframework.com
- The SAFe 4.0 site will be available at v4.scaledagileframework.com until December 1, 2018
Though we will no longer be blogging about SAFe 4.5, or updating its content, we recognize that there are those of you who will need the 4.5 version for some time to come, so this website (the 4.5 version) will remain available throughout 2019. The complete set of SAFe 4.5 courseware will continue to be available during that period as well.
Top 5 resources to help you update to SAFe 4.6
We encourage you to learn about SAFe 4.6 and all it has to offer. The new Framework is anchored by the Five Core Competencies of the Lean Enterprise which serve as a mission-critical roadmap that can be used to identify knowledge and leadership gaps, inform strategic and organizational decisions, improve solution development, and ultimately position the business for maximum fitness and readiness. We’ve provided these resources to help you get up to speed:
- Read the What’s New in SAFe 4.6 advanced topic article
- Watch the What’s New in SAFe 4.6 video and download its companion PowerPoint Presentation
- Download the Five Core Competencies brochure
- Check out the SAFe 4.6 FAQ, which answers questions about courses, certifications and other important information
- Download the SAFe 4.6 White Paper
Thank you for reading, responding, challenging, and always inspiring us to deliver the best SAFe possible. See you over on the 4.6 side!
—Dean Leffingwell and the entire team at Scaled Agile