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Scaled Professional Scrum - Introduction into the Nexus Framework
As a sequel to our scaling events, Peter Götz will be sharing his experience and thoughts on Nexus. "The Scrum Guide describes Scrum for a Development Team of roughly 3 to 9 members. Many organisations would like to get more work done and scale their Scrum to more than one of these teams. This leads to some challenges and problems. This talk will give an introduction into the Nexus Framework: a framework that describes how to work on a product with more than one team while still having the self-organisation and bottom-up intelligence that Scrum provides." Bio: "Peter is a trainer and coach from Munich. He started as a software developer in 2001, became an IT consultant in 2006 and Professional Scrum Trainer in 2012. He supports teams adopting Scrum since 2008." This event is sponsored by Holiday Check AG. Thanks to Mathias Gorf for arraning this. As always please make sure you keep RSVP up-to-date to give others a fair chance to join if you cannot. Looking forward to it...

HolidayCheck Group AG

Neumarkter Str. 61 · München

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"Agile Munich" is formed as a community of practice for all agile practitioners to meet, exchange experiences, evangelise, learn, and network. As such, it's also a local user group endorsed by Scrum Alliance and registered with Agile Alliance.

Whether you are an agile coach or an agile enthusiast exploring how to introduce formal agile practices into your organisation, or simply interested to learn about Scrum or other agile methodologies we'd like to encourage you to join the community.

The group covers all agile methodologies, in particular Scrum, Kanban, and Lean, as well as Agile Engineering practices such as XP and DevOps and agile scaling frameworks such as SAFe and LeSS. We focus on application of agile practices in Software development, but from time to time we will also try to review emergent agile applications in other industries such as manufacturing, management, etc.

We aim to meet up regularly in Munich. For each meetup we'll have a pre-determined theme by one or two presenters followed by a discussion and networking (along with a few social drinks!). We'll try to diversify the topics addressing both advanced themes as well as a track to introduce more fundamental topics. The official language of the group is English.

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