Valpak Mentioned In Dean Leffingwell’s Scaled Agile Framework Blog

Valpak just caught the attention of Dean Leffingwell, Agile guru and father of SAFe (the Scaled Agile Framework that we have adopted).  Over the weekend, he posted a blog reviewing the “Managed Agile Development: Making Agile Work for Your Business” book that contains our Agile transformation case study.  He refers to our case study as “interesting”.  This is kind of a big deal … to me, at least.

http://scaledagileframework.com/new-agile-book-with-safe-valpak-case-study/

The SAFe website sees over 80,000 page views by 10,000 unique visitors per month. It will also be posted to Dean’s personal blog and appear on a new permanent Case Study page at the SAFe web site.

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About Stephanie Davis

Stephanie Davis is Senior Director of Enterprise Agility & Digital Product Leadership at Cox Target Media. In this role, Stephanie champions agility across the enterprise, leads the Agile PMO, and manages the CTM portfolio while also overseeing the Digital Product Leadership team. Stephanie leads the team of Agile Project Leaders in the roles of ScrumMaster, Kanban Lead, and/or Agile Project Manager as well as overseeing the IT Business Analysts. Stephanie is a career project leader with over 16 years in the field, including past positions with AT&T Business and IBM Global Services, and has maintained the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification since early in her career. She also maintains the PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP) and Certified Scrum Master (CSM) credentials. Her academic credentials include a BS in Marketing and an MBA in International Business. Stephanie serves and supports Agile within her community and beyond as organizer for the Tampa Bay Agile Meetup and the Agile Open Florida. Most recently, Stephanie has been elected to the Agile Alliance board for the 2015 to 2017 term. View all posts by Stephanie Davis

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