In this article you will get an overview of the purpose of sprint reviews in Scrum and learn more about a real example of how a modified sprint review in Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) can be designed with several distributed teams.
In this article, Robert clarify's why LeSS shouldn’t be seen as a scaling framework and why it can’t be compared to any other scaling framework. LeSS has a fundamentally different approach. Instead of adding complexity, it aims to remove it.
In this talk Robert will make the case that to achieve true agility an organization needs to descale the complexity of processes and roles. He will discuss the organizational design implications that Scrum (as an agile framework) creates both regarding structure and policies.