In June, Pretty Agile partnered with Scaled Agile Inc. to sponsor the 9th Agile Australia conference. Included in this sponsorship arrangement was an opportunity to deliver a product demonstration to conference attendees. Given Scaled Agile Inc. are the creators of the Scaled AgileFramework and Pretty Agile are their premium implementation partner in Australia, what better […]
Use this link to download a free copy of my article on 12 Lean Habits of the 21st-Century Technology Leader from the January 2017 issue of the Cutter Business Technology Journal.
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
When introducing agile, it is easy for management to expect their teams to change while not truly understanding what this change means on a day to day practical level. Leaders runs the risk of confusing their understanding of the theory with a true appreciation of what it means to operate as an agile team. I […]
Use this link to download a free copy of my article on Scaling Agile Data Warehousing from the January 2014 issue of the Cutter IT Journal. Share this with your followers on Twitter
As mentioned in a prior post, the idea for the EDW Agile Release Train came from reading Dean Leffingwell’s Scaling Software Agility. A couple of months after reading the book, there was a restructure and I found myself leading the technology team that I has previously been a customer of. I was eager to pitch the […]
One of the many initiatives I am really passionate about within our EDW Release Train is the commitment of my extended leadership team to continuous improvement. However, we have had some challenges identifying the right targets to improve! Instinctively it didn’t seem like something that would be that hard. Surely if the train teams were experiencing pain in their […]