Stories from the Field: ART Tips and Tricks – Agile Planning

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In this ongoing series, our customers and partners share their stories from the field about working with SAFe ceremonies and implementations. This episode features SAFe® Fellow Em Campbell-Pretty of Pretty Agile (a Scaled Agile partner) sharing her practical insights, advice, and personal stories about launching and operating effective Agile Release Trains, or ARTs. Hear Em’s thoughts about why Agility planning and PI Planning feel so transformational, and about one of the strangest anti-patterns, she’s ever encountered.

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You can catch Em speaking on October 28 at our 2020 Global SAFe Summit, where she’ll be presenting, “Stayin’ Alive: Feature Disco Your Way to PI Planning.” Learn more by visiting the agenda page and selecting the Technical Talk filter under Session Type.

Hosted by: Melissa Reeve

Melissa Reeve is the Vice President of Marketing at Scaled Agile

Melissa Reeve is the Vice President of Marketing at Scaled Agile, Inc. In this role, Melissa guides the marketing team, helping people better understand Scaled Agile, the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and its mission.

Guest: Em Campbell-Pretty

Em Campbell-Pretty is one of the most experienced Scaled Agile practitioners

Em Campbell-Pretty is one of the most experienced Scaled Agile practitioners in the world, and the author of two best-selling books about SAFe, Tribal Unity and The ART of Avoiding a Train Wreck. In 2012, she launched Australia’s first SAFe Agile Release Train, the story of which has become legendary in the Agile community.

Learn more about Em on LinkedIn