Tag: Large Scale Scrum

Verslag 20e BPUG seminar – Next Practices

Een ‘best practice’ beschrijft een manier van werken waarbij in de praktijk is bewezen dat de uitgevoerde activiteiten de meest efficiënte en effectieve manier zijn om gewenst eindresultaat of doelstelling… Read more »

Scaling Agile: Feature versus Component Teams?

Kenneth S. Rubin presented during International Institute for Learning’s organized its first Agile and Scrum Virtual Conference. When exploring scaling agile to benefit from the experiences in individual teams, you may have… Read more »

When and how can Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) help you spread agility throughout the enterprise?

Whereas Scrum is single team oriented, Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) literally scales up the activities in Scrum, applying them at the team-of-teams level. For example ‘large-scale planning’ is done by delegating… Read more »

Spreading agility is no mathematics: the benefits and pitfalls of scaling frameworks

In my youngest daughter’s gymnasium, one of the classrooms has a poster on the wall stating: “Biology: the only science where multiplication and division mean the same thing”. It made me… Read more »

Agile and Scrum – Driving Success Through Innovation Conference 2016 part 1

International Institute for Learning organized its first Agile and Scrum Virtual Conference. 5 keynotes and 20 video presentations, Q&A, chat, and networking opportunities in an slick and smoothly working online… Read more »