321 Gang’s webcast “Applying Agile Principles in Complex Systems Development” was our #1 webcast both in terms of attendance and follow-up views. This is not surprising as many of our customers are adopting Scrum and other Agile practices at the team level, but they struggle finding solutions for scaling beyond the team. This follow-on webcast is the first in a series of webcasts describing how to turn those principles into actionable practices based on the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). SAFe is an extensible framework created through collaborations with organizations that have successfully scaled agile practices. SAFe continuously evolves based on experiences with its applications at a wide variety of organizations and programs. This webcast presents on overview of the SAFe framework and how it can be applied to large, complex systems. Dean Leffingwell, a leading scaled agile methodologist and author as well as SAFe’s creator, presents the framework and shows how it helps organizations and programs scale agile beyond the team level. Next, we will briefly discuss how SAFe can be extended to support additional needs in complex systems including formal requirements management, emergent systems design and specifications (with MBSE), formal V&V, program/product metrics (including EV), and challenges collaborating across organizational boundaries (collaborate, but not too much). We will dive deeper into each of these topics in future webcasts this year.