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Learning Objectives


At the end of this lesson, you should be able to:

Explain basic Agile development concepts.

Discuss Scrum basic concepts and values.

Identify an Agile Team in the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe).



1 | Basic Agile development concepts

2 | Scrum basics

3 | The Agile Team in a SAFe Enterprise

Articles used in this lesson
Read these Framework articles to learn more about topics covered in this lesson

Agile Teams

SAFe Lean-Agile Principles

Lean-Agile Mindset

SAFe Core Values

Continue your SAFe® Journey
with the following resources


Watch this three-minute video, Welcome to Your Scrum Team, for an overview of what to expect in your first days on a Scrum team and the role each team member plays in executing as a team.


Share this five-minute video, SAFe Overview in Five Minutes, with your team to give everyone a basic understanding of SAFe and how it works.


Complete the online learning, Agile Basics, to learn more about what Agile is and how it supports value delivery.


Watch this three-minute video, Navigating the Big Picture, to understand how to use the SAFe Big Picture.


Build your knowledge of the goals and methods of SAFe to achieve Business Agility with the "What is SAFe? Online learning."


Agile Manifesto. “Manifesto for Agile Software Development.” Updated 2001.
Reinertsen, Donald G. The Principles of Product Development Flow: Second Generation of Lean Product Development. Redondo Beach: Celeritas 2009. 31.

Takeuchi, Hirotaka and Ikujiro Nonaka. "The New New Product Development Game." Harvard Business Review. January 1986.

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