27
May

1
How to be Agile With a Fixed Scope Business Case? Part2 – Business Benefits over Business Requirements

How to be Agile With a Fixed Scope Business Case? Part2 – Business Benefits over Business Requirements

In my previous blog post, I explored how “small batch funds release” can be an enabler for organisations starting their agile journey constrained by a traditional fixed scope, time and cost business case. With this more flexible but also more tightly controlled funding process in place, it is time to turn our attention to navigating […]

05
Nov

0
Context Matters in SAFe

Context Matters in SAFe

At Agile Australia this year I took some time out to talk with +Craig Smith, +Tony Ponton and +Renee Troughton from The Agile Revolution about the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and Impact Mapping. You can read a summary of the discussion and listen to the podcast here: Context Matters in SAFe with Em Campbell-Pretty Share this with your followers on Twitter

23
Jun

3
Pitching the Pixar Pitch

Pitching the Pixar Pitch

In February 2013, +Gojko Adzic hosted a one day workshop with a number of Agile thought leaders who are passionate about “Building the Right Thing”, including +Mary Poppendieck, +Jeff Patton, +Karl Scotland, and +Chris Matts among others. After some discussion on the various techniques they had been using such as Impact Mapping, Story Mapping, Lean Canvas, Real Options and Feature Injection, the group […]