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Large-Scale Scrum: More with Less By Craig Larman Bas Vodde Large Scale Scrum More with Less This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media website access codes or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book The Go To Resource for Large Scale Organizati
  • Title: Large-Scale Scrum: More with Less
  • Author: Craig Larman Bas Vodde
  • ISBN: 9780133813098
  • Page: 187
  • Format: ebook
  • Large-Scale Scrum: More with Less By Craig Larman Bas Vodde This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book The Go To Resource for Large Scale Organizations to Be Agile Rather than asking, How can we do agile at scale in our big complex organization a different and deeper question is, How can we have the same simple st This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book The Go To Resource for Large Scale Organizations to Be Agile Rather than asking, How can we do agile at scale in our big complex organization a different and deeper question is, How can we have the same simple structure that Scrum offers for the organization, and be agile at scale rather than do agile This profound insight is at the heart of LeSS Large Scale Scrum In Large Scale Scrum More with LeSS, Craig Larman and Bas Vodde have distilled over a decade of experience in large scale LeSS adoptions towards a simpler organization that delivers flexibility with less complexity, value with less waste, and purpose with less prescription Targeted to anyone involved in large scale development, Large Scale Scrum More with LeSS, offers straight to the point guides for how to be agile at scale, with LeSS It will clearly guide you toAdopt LeSSStructure a large development organization for customer valueClarify the role of management and Scrum MasterDefine what your product is, and whyBe a great Product OwnerWork with multiple whole product focused feature teams in one Sprint that produces a shippable productCoordinate and integrate between teamsWork with multi site teams
    Large-Scale Scrum: More with Less By Craig Larman Bas Vodde Scaling Agile and Scaling Scrum with Large Scale Scrum LeSS Large Scale Scrum LeSS is a way of scaling agile and scaling scrum to large and big product development groups It has been used since in different software and hardware products in industries such as banking and telecom Large Scale Scrum LeSS scales scrum by trying to stay true to scrum and agile without adding too much The Large Scale Scrum LeSS framework Atlassian Scrum is one of the popular agile methodologies that teams use to develop, deliver, and sustain complex products Yet only recently have we effectively addressed scaling scrum in the enterprise with scaled agile process frameworks like Large Scale Scrum LeSS What is the LeSS framework Large Scale Scrum More with Less Addison Wesley Good overview of challenges and techniques involved in implementing large scale scrum agile across an organization For those already familiar with scrum agile this should be pretty easy to follow The author also encourages experimentation to determine what fits Large Scale Scrum LeSS Guide to Scaling Agile Agilest Scaling Agile with LeSS Large Scale Scrum Starting in Bas Vodde and Craig Larman developed the LeSS framework after using Scrum principles and rules on large scale projects Their goal was to develop large scale projects successfully while staying within the constraints of Scrum software development What Is Agile Scrum Methodology Business News Daily
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    1. Definitely much interesting in the initial chapters before the description of ceremonies than in the final ones Why so There re far scaling considerations there scenarios that get repeated in a slightly different form in the very end The most interesting parts refer to the role of management truly good stuff , the boundaries of product, approach to refinement.Btw if you ve read two previous books by these authors you expect something similar, you may end up disappointed this book is supposed t [...]


    2. Excellent material for anyone wanting to push their agile knowledge farther for medium to larger teams This could help with any product development yet of course, is specifically good for software development This presents a great framework with fantastic experiences to help understand why each piece is included Anyone who wants to go further for a lot detail should check out by the same authors Scaling Lean Agile Development and Practices for Scaling Lean Agile Development But even this book a [...]


    3. An excellent book with many great ideas Some of my favorite excepts for every item in every team, they have written the automated acceptance tests before starting to develop the solution code Thus, in addition to integrating the code continuously, they re also integrating the automated tests These acceptance tests are run frequently by team members RULE There is one Product Owner and one Product Backlog for the complete shippable product RULE The Product Owner shouldn t work alone on Product Bac [...]


    4. This book was excellent, and it put into perspective a lot of large scale elements, for example, how many teams, Scrum training, Sprint reviews, stability of team members, organisational perfection vision, common definition of done and what happens to undone work It ended up also comparing the LeSS transformation I was part of to the one that the company I am with currently is preparing, and trying to identify areas of improvement from my previous experience I also really liked the structure, th [...]


    5. I was really really tempted to also tag this one speculative fiction because that s how hard this is to implement There are great ideas in here, and I can imagine it working, but I have a really good imagination I don t blame the book though it is certainly imperfect sometimes a bit scattered in structure, uneven in practicality and detail because I think it outshines most books like it I cheerfully blame human nature.


    6. Good, not great The book is full of great ideas, but you have to dig in to find them, for the structure is kind of confusing at first, because early chapters keep referencing to later ones All in all however, I found lots of answers to questions I had about how to scale scrum, so I m happy I read this book.


    7. Great book on the principles and practices behind scaling Scrum Easy to read and clearly explains the reasoning behind the rules, principles and guides Good to use as a starting point when starting on a LeSS journey but even when used outside of the LeSS framework a lot of the lessons are readily applicable Would recommend this to anyone wanting to learn about scaling Scrum.


    8. Even if you don t plan to do LESS or you are interested in other flavours of agile than Scrum, this well written and full of ideas book can be of help.If you know how to ignore certain parts full of beliefs around team centric Scrum you will find a superficial introduction to Systems Thinking and causal loop diagrams, a discussion about story splitting and other interesting topics.


    9. Easily accessible description on how to work with many teams developing a product A few places contained unneccessary inproductive bashing of managers and todays organizations, otherwise well writen.


    10. Thanks to this great book I understand the principles of LeSS.I strongly recommend this book to every person willing to learn a good approach to scale Scrums.



    11. Worth reading every chapterIf you are practicing Scrum and struggling how to scale then this book is perfect for you If are planning to adopt scrum for large product development then buy this book immediately.


    12. Very good book about scaling scrum as compared to SAFe Think both ways have their good points that can be used together.


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