Leading SAFe 4.0 LiveLessons, 2nd Edition provides an in-depth exploration of version 4 of the Scaled Agile Framework (“SAFe ”) and how to lead a Lean-Agile transformation by leveraging SAFe and its underlying principles of lean systems thinking, agile development, and product development flow. By applying SAFe across the enterprise, software-dependent organizations can improve time to market, productivity, quality, and employee engagement, making them more agile in the marketplace and more competitive in their industries.
Reporter Shaunagh Connaire investigates what is happening to Britain’s pensions amidst all the market turmoil. 11 million people are on ‘defined benefit’ company schemes, these were set up decades ago and they promised a fixed proportion, typically of your ‘final salary’, based on your age, years of service and earnings. At first the pension funds received good returns on their investments but many of these returns have been dropping for years, reducing the investment which - combined with pensioners living longer - means that employers are struggling to meet payouts and liabilities.
Jonathan Maitland investigates cyber crime thefts.
Tim Rogers investigates the implications of underestimating the real threat of winter storms for homeowners across Wales.
An English breakfast, bangers and mash, a bacon butty, and the traditional Sunday roast: dishes synonymous with the great British cuisine. But when the World Health Organisation (WHO) recently said that eating processed meat can cause bowel cancer, and red meat probably causes cancer, many people became concerned that their favourite dinners could be harmful to their health. Tonight How Safe is Meat? Examines the evidence behind the WHO’s announcement, and puts the risks of eating meat in context. Reporter Fiona Foster speaks to leading scientists, medical professionals and representatives of the meat industry to find out: do you really need to bin your bacon buttie?
Julie Etchingham is in Paris to investigate one of the worst terrorist attacks in recent memory, talking to survivors about the terrible events of last Friday night and asking security experts why the city has become so vulnerable to attack. She also questions how the UK Government can keep people safe at home and wonders how to balance freedom and security in a world that is increasingly under threat from terror