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September 21, 2021

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Robert Briese

Scaling Scrum with Large-Scale Scrum - Unboxing Agile, Podcast

Scrum skalieren mit Large-Scale Scrum - Unboxing Agile, Podcast

Enjoy this great podcast by Robert Briese and Daniel Räder from Unboxing Agile! 🎶
You can listen to it anywhere you can find podcasts. 🌐

Robert Briese

Robert is the CEO of Lean Sherpas and one of 25 certified LeSS Trainers globally and one of the few with hands-on experience in LeSS and LeSS Huge. As a change agent for 15+ years, consulting and coaching, he has worked with over 30 companies, including DAX-listed global brands such as Adidas, BMW, BP, Dr. Oetker, Henkel, Hilti, Hugo Boss, SAP, Volkswagen, and ZF.

From 2015 to 2016 he led a LeSS adoption at a Global Player in the Software Industry, scaling development from 3 to 7 teams and coaching the development and the management team on how to lead a scaled agile organization. In 2018 he contributed to significant improvements in product delivery at one of the biggest LeSS Huge adoptions in the world at BMW AG. Working with over 30 teams, including large groups of over 400 employees, he led them to deliver bi-weekly product increments consisting of hardware and software.

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