Context Matters is proud to be partnering with Scaled Agile Inc as Platinum Sponsors for Agile Australia 2017. If you are thinking of joining us in Sydney on 22nd & 23rd June you can save 10% off registrations using the discount code AA17-CMSAI10.
Context Matters' Partner Em Campbell-Pretty has release her debut book- Tribal Unity: Getting From Teams to Tribes by Creating a One Team Culture. Tribal Unity is a real world, practical guide, for leaders committed to making their organisation a truly great place to work. Based on the true story of how one inspiring leader transformed a highly toxic organisational culture, into an internationally recognised case study of success. Tribal Unity, shares proven patterns that are revolutionising the way teams of teams connect and perform.
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Congratulations to Context Matters Partner, Mark Richards on his guest post on MobProgramming for AgileConnection. Check out the article at: Try Mob Programming to Inspire Team Growth
Scaled Agile Inc has added Context Matters' Westpac Case Study presented at Agile Australian 2016 to is library of official SAFe case studies. To learn more about this SAFe implementation check out the official case study at: http://www.scaledagileframework.com/westpac-case-study/
Context Matters Partner, Em Campbell-Pretty, will be presenting her session from Agile 2015 on "Thawing the Frozen Middle" at both the Global Scrum Gathering ® Orlando and Scrum Australia this month. For a discount off tickets to Scrum Australia use discount code EMCP75 when registering online at: http://scrum.com.au/2016/
In January the folks from Scaled Agile launched version 4.0 of the Scaled Agile Framework. The team at Context Matters have been quick to get up to speed on the new content and all our SPCTs and SPCs are certified to teach certified SAFe 4.0 courses.
Visit our public training page to register for an upcoming course.