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Enterprise Agile: Growing Scrum

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Overview

Discover how to scale up your agile approach for use on large, enterprise-level products by implementing Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS).

Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) is an enterprise agile framework that allows you to scale up your agile mindset for use on large, enterprise-level products. In this course—an installment in a larger series on enterprise agile—learn the fundamentals of LeSS, and discover how to leverage this framework to enhance the overall efficiency of your organization's product delivery. Doug Rose covers key concepts such as LeSS principles and Larman's Laws and explains how LeSS upsizes key scrum roles to help product owners and scrum masters successfully tackle bigger projects. Plus, he covers how LeSS tackles sprint planning, working in component teams, and team coordination, as well as how to organize a sprint review and overall retrospective.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Growing scrum
  • The LeSS diagram
1. Understanding LeSS
  • Descaling enterprise agile
  • The foundation of LeSS
  • LeSS is scrum
  • Larman's Laws
  • LeSS principles
2. Upsizing Key Roles
  • The LeSS product owner
  • The LeSS scrum master
3. Growing Scrum
  • Sprint planning
  • Working in component teams
  • Building feature teams
  • Coordinating LeSS teams
  • Refining the backlog
  • The definition of done
4. Finishing Up the Sprint
  • The sprint review
  • The overall retrospective
5. Key Challenges
  • Questioning Larman's Laws
  • The challenges of overscaling
Conclusion
  • Going forward

Taught by

Doug Rose

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