In this talk, Cesario Ramos talks about Creating Agile Organizations as a Systemic Approach to develop organizational capabilities to execute its strategy. He also explains the differences between CAO and LeSS.
This is the second edition of the new Lean Sherpas LeSSons Learned Newsletter. In this edition we tell you about 4 big Ideas to improve your Sprint Review, our tambo-launch, the option to be a part of our beta-testers and our next planned events.
Are you maximizing the benefit of your Sprint Review by helping everyone involved in product creation understand how value is achieved and what to work on next to ensure the product's success? This article will give you 4 big ideas on how to change your Sprint Review in order to do that!
In this talk, Robert Briese will make the case that to achieve true agility an organization needs to descale the complexity of processes and roles. We will discuss the organizational design implications that Scrum (as an agile framework) creates both regarding structure and policies.
We wish you a happy new year! This is our very first issue #1 of our LeSSons learned Newsletter. In this and following editions of the LeSSons Learned Newsletter, we'll cover recent reports, events and informative content on LeSS, agile-, and organizational design.
Get an insight into a Lean Sherpas Certified LeSS Practitioner Course with Robert Briese. With our courses, we aim to create a space for education, a place for networking and an overall great and enriching experience for our participants.
Watch Konstantin Ribel discuss organizational behavior and performance and how LeSS can help manage organizational complexity. The orginal Video is viewable on the TC LeSS YouTube Channel. The original video can be seen on the TC LeSS YouTube Channel.
Konstantin Ribel and Craig Larman discuss how BMW's driverless driving team was built based on LeSS Huge, and the successes and problems encountered along the way.About the conferenceLeSS attempts to define what is just necessary for large-scale development. It avoids adding additional roles
The review bazaar brings developers and customers together to experience the most important part of any sprint review, which is learning about the critical aspects of the product from the customer's perspective and how the product should evolve in the future.
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.
Enjoy this great podcast by Robert Briese and Daniel Räder from Unboxing Agile! 🎶 You can listen to it anywhere you can find podcasts. 🌐 Click on here to find it on our website and go from beginner to winner and get one step closer to becoming "scaled agile" pro
In this article, Robert clarifies 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.