The series sees a widow, raising two teenage girls in a picturesque gated community, become embroiled overnight in mystery involving murder, a disappearance and buried secrets.
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The Scaled Agile Framework (abbreviated as SAFe), is a knowledge-base of organization and workflow patterns, made freely available while being a registered trademark of Scaled Agile, Inc. It is intended to guide enterprises in scaling lean and agile practices. Along with large-scale Scrum (LeSS), disciplined agile delivery (DAD), and Nexus, SAFe is one of a growing number of frameworks that seek to address the problems encountered when scaling beyond a single team. SAFe promotes alignment, collaboration, and delivery across large numbers of agile teams. It was developed by and for practitioners, by leveraging three primary bodies of knowledge: agile software development, lean product development, and systems thinking. The primary reference for the scaled agile framework was originally the development of a big picture view of how work flowed from product management (or other stakeholders), through governance, program, and development teams, out to customers. With the collaboration of others in the agile community, this was progressively refined and then first formally described in a 2007 book. The framework continues to be developed and shared publicly; with an academy and an accreditation scheme supporting those who seek to implement, support, or train others in the adoption of SAFe. The latest edition, version 4.5, was released in June 2017. While SAFe has been recognised as the most common approach to scaling agile practices, (by up to 45% of large corporations) it also receives criticism for being too top-down and inflexible.
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Scrum of Scrums
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