Context Matters founding Partners Em Campbell-Pretty and Mark Richards will both be talking at the LAST conference on Friday 18th September. You can catch Mark’s take on Arlo Belshee’s Presentation Karaoke at 1:30pm. and Em’s will be taking about Creating Agile Tribes at 3:30pm.
Congratulations to Context Matters Partner, Em Campbell-Pretty, on winning Best Speaker at the 2015 itSMF Australia Service Management conference for her presentation ‘Teams to Tribes: Creating a One Team Culture” last month. Em will be speaking on this theme again at the LAST conference in Melbourne on 18th September 2015 and the DevOps Enterprise Summit […]
After a year of successfully supporting the ATO with implementing the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), Context Matters has been selected as a panel provider for SAFe services and training. In selecting Context Matters as a panel provider the ATO has recognised the unique depth of experience in SAFe offered by the Context Matters team.
The latest CA DevOps Perspectives eBook features an interview with Context Matters Partner, Em Campbell-Pretty. Titled “Educating DevOps” this interview covers topics ranging from how business leaders need to educate themselves as to the importance of DevOps to the role of CIOs in implementing DevOps in the enterprise. The eBook is available for download at: http://transform.ca.com/476405-uk-devopsperspectives3-lp.html
We are offering a 10% discount on the early bird pricing for on all our upcoming Certified SAFe classes for those who register before 30th June 2015. To access this unprecedented discount, use the coupon code DEAN when registering online. SAFe Agilist (SA) Certification, Melbourne, 31 August 2015 SAFe Agilist (SA) Certification, Sydney, 21 September 2015 SPC Training & Certification, Melbourne, 15 February 2016
Context Mattes is proud to be a Silver Sponsor of Agile Australia 2015. Attendees at this year’s conference will get the opportunity to hear from the creator of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), Dean Leffingwell and hear first hand from the the team at RMIT University about “The ART of Accelerating Agility” using SAFe. If you […]
Context Matters Partner Em Campbell-Pretty was one of a handful of noted authors chosen to share their strategies for Improving Trust and Partnership Between Business and IT in the January 2015 edition of the Cutter IT Journal. In her article, Bridging the Great Divide Between the Business and IT: A Business Perspective, Em explores how […]
Context Matters is pleased to be partnering with Scaled Agile Inc. to bring Dean Leffingwell, creator of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) to Australia in June 2015. Dean will be pairing with Context Matters partners Mark Richards and Em Campbell-Pretty to deliver the 4-day SPC Training and Certification class in Sydney from 22nd to 25th […]
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 […]
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.