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Remember that “if artifacts and tools would make you Agile, owning gym equipment would make you fit” – so use artifacts to guide you and shape behavior and action, but don’t over-rely on them. Start with the SAFe website and use the Big Picture (the map of a SAFe organization) on the homepage there. Notice that the icons are all clickable and lead to explanations that will guide you in understanding the framework. There’s a good book list on the Scaled Agile website. Once you’ve spent some time there, I’d look at a great 2018 article in the Harvard Business Review for a broader view of Agile at scale. Over the next month or so, we expect to add our own recommended book list on this page.

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