Em Campbell-Pretty is one of the world’s most experienced SAFe practitioners and the author of two Amazon #1 best-selling books, Tribal Unity and The ART of Avoiding a Train Wreck. As one of the first SAFe Fellows and SPCTs, Em has been working with SAFe since before it was called SAFe. After reading Dean Leffingwell’s Scaling Software Agility in 2011 she launched Australia’s first SAFe Agile Release Train at Telstra in early 2012.
Adrienne Wilson has been working exclusively in the Scaled Agile Framework since 2013 making her one of the longest practitioners of SAFe in the world. Her first role was a Release Train Engineer. She then went on to be a Solution Train Engineer, a Lean Agile Centre of Excellence leader and then the leader of many Agile PMO’s.
Melissa has deep expertise in SAFe spanning corporate and government in Australia and abroad. Melissa has been working exclusively in the SAFe space since 2014. She began her journey with SAFe with RMIT in the first SAFe implementation in higher education for Australia. This was the third implementation in Australia and was so successful, it was published as the second case study with SAI for Australia.
Claire was an early appointment to Australia’s third ART at RMIT University. As part of this ART, she served as a chapter lead, helping to transform the culture and system of work. She was integral to its success in both the business and delivery aspects. It went on to become a SAFe case study.