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Did any company measure profits after implementing SAFe? How can we know that total costs of implementing SAFe are less than profits?

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    Implementing SAFe is always profitable for the SAFe consultants. Caveat emptor. – Todd A. Jacobs Jul 17 '18 at 3:36
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I think you'll find it difficult to explicitly attribute a rise in profit to an implementation of SAFe. Rather you should look at why SAFe is being implemented in the first place.

  • Improve cross-team dependency management
  • Improve forward planning
  • Improve estimation accuracy for large projects

Once you know the why you can then design metrics that you can capture before/after, which will tell you whether SAFe had a measurable impact on your development process.

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