We often get asked if the sessions from the Melbourne SAFe meetup are shared via webcam so those in other locations can join. This and our new #suddenlyremote world got us thinking about an online SAFe meetup that everyone could attend..... The result is the SAFe Australia Online Meetup!
We will leverage Zoom. Slack and Mural as our online collaboration tools.
We hope to make this a place for SAFe enthusiasts in Australia (and near by timezones) to talk all things SAFe in a safe remote setting....
It's a DISCO and Agile MASH-UP of EPIC PROPORTIONS!
Agile Hartford (CT) | Agile San Antonio (TX) | Women in Agile (NYC) | Agile Rhode Island (RI) | Agile New England (MA) | Agile Maine (ME) | Agile Denver (CO) | Agile Austin (TX) are coming together to bring you a very exclusive event.
Stayin’ Alive! Feature Disco Your Way to PI Planning - Em Campbell Pretty
Does your ART have trouble preparing a refined backlog for PI Planning? Do your teams complain that their features “lack information”? Is your Innovation & Planning Iteration all pre-planning and no innovation? Don’t worry - you are not alone. In our experience, this is one of the most common challenges ARTs face. What you need is a system that allows you to plan and execute on cadence (sound familiar?) In this session, Em will share the planning and execution systems she uses with her clients and give you the tools to create a system for features readiness that will work in your context.
Join Em to learn the dance steps to Feature Disco your way to PI Planning in style every time.
Connect your ART to the Portfolio Define the “Definition of Ready” for a Feature for PI Planning. Design a Feature Readiness system for your ART Tonight's Presenter:
Em Campbell-Pretty is one of the world’s most experienced SAFe practitioners and the author of two Amazon #1 best-selling books, Tribal Unity and The ART of Avoiding a Train Wreck. As one of the first SAFe Fellows and SPCTs, Em has been working with SAFe since before it was called SAFe. After reading Dean Leffingwell’s Scaling Software Agility in 2011 she launched Australia’s first SAFe Agile Release Train at Telstra in early 2012.