Context Matters Partner, Em Campbell-Pretty has been supporting the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (aka RMIT University) with applying SAFe to a large COTS implementation. Last Month, Catherine Haugh (Release Train Engineer) and some of her team presented their success story at the ANZ Oracle Higher Education User Group conference. The presentation at HEUG outlined the journey of a new Agile Release Train (ART) at RMIT, Australia’s largest University, and the ways the ART supports the Student Administration value stream. Knowing how everyone likes a good case study, Dean Leffingwell, creator of the Scaled Agile Framework decided to add it to the collection of SAFe case studies. You can read all about it here.
At Agile Australia, Context Matters Partner Em Campbell-Pretty took time out to talk with Craig, Tony and Renee from The Agile Revolution about the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and Impact Mapping. You can read a summary of the conversation and listen to the podcast here.
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