What we're about

This group is about everything Scrum and Large Scale Scrum. Scrum has become the defacto framework for teams in organizations around the world. However, what works for one team does not work for multiple Scrum teams working together. What is this mystical beast called Multi-team Scrum? And how does that work in a large organization context.

From Empirical Process Control: more learning and adaption with less defined processes, prescriptions, and formulas. More based on principles, less based on detailed practices.

From Scaling: compared to many traditional and alternative approaches to scaling, less roles, less artifacts, less single-specialist groups, less overhead, less handoff and information scatter, less indirection between developers and customers.

From Agile Values: more organizational agility (flexibility) with less complexity.

From Lean Thinking: more value with less waste and overhead.

From Impact Mapping and Value-Driven Development: more outcome with less outputs

This group is a sister group to the Canada East/Toronto LeSS meetup group

https://www.meetup.com/LeSS-TO-LargeScaleScrum-Toronto-Canada-East-Enterprise-Agile/

Upcoming events (3)

About the Spotify “Model”, with Evan Campbell

Needs a location

This is a partner event by the LeSS NY Meetup group. You will have to RSVP there... https://www.meetup.com/Large-Scale-Scrum-LeSS-in-NYC/events/268178427/ We are honored to host a webinar-podcast with Evan Campbell, who has tons of experience with Management Consulting in Innovation, Lean Startup, Agile Software Development, Digital, Agile, and DevOps transformation. Evan's profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/evcampbell/ On January 6, Evan wrote a post on SolutionsIQ web site about most common mistakes with Sportify adoption: "The Spotify “Model”: Don’t Simply Copy-Paste" - https://www.solutionsiq.com/resource/blog-post/the-spotify-model-dont-simply-copy-paste/ The announcement of his post generated more than 23,000 views on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/ggnyc_the-spotify-model-dont-simply-copy-paste-activity-6620495944502820864-_ne6 This is a great opportunity to meet Evan live and have him answer some specific questions about his personal experience and reasoning for writing the post. This session will be structured as an interview of Evan (by host-facilitator), followed by an open Q&A forum, with the audience. Specifically, for people that understand LeSS, it would be beneficial to review this relatively recent publication, by LeSS trainer and coach Rowan Bunning: "ING improves on the so-called Spotify Model using LeSS": https://www.scrumwithstyle.com/ing-improves-on-the-so-called-spotify-model-using-less/ This will be a high-pace and very engaging session.

Topic: Queuing theory + Group mentoring Agile coffee

Group mentoring session with a focus on Scrum and Large Scale scrum Agenda: ------------ Topic of the evening: Queuing theory (Presentation and Q&A) - 45 mins Agile Coffee - mentoring topics and discussions - 40 mins Wrap up and pick "Topic of the evening" for the next session from options - 5 mins Zoom link will be sent out to those who RSVP for the event.

Meet Ron Jeffries and Chet Hendrickson

Vancouver

This is a partner event by the LeSS NY Meetup group. You will have to RSVP there... https://www.meetup.com/Large-Scale-Scrum-LeSS-in-NYC/events/268657549/ <<<<<<<<<<<<<<< VIRTUAL EVENT (ZOOM -TBD)>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> ==================================== PRESENTERS' BIO: First and most importantly: Ron Jeffries and Chet Hendrickson are long time friends and colleagues who both had a huge impact on what defines AGILITY. --------------------------------------------------- About Ron: Ron Jeffries is author of Extreme Programming Adventures in C#, the senior author of Extreme Programming Installed, and was the on-site XP coach for the original Extreme Programming project. Ron has been involved with Scrum, Extreme Programming, and Agile for over ten years, presenting numerous talks and publishing papers on the topic. Ron is the proprietor of www.XProgramming.com, a highly-ranked source of Agile Software Development information. He was one of the creators and a featured instructor in Object Mentor's popular XP Immersion course. Ron is a well-known independent consultant in Scrum, XP and Agile methods, recently specializing in helping Scrum teams get Done-Done. Ron is one of the original authors of the Agile Manifesto. https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/profile/rjeffries --------------------------------------------------- About Chet: Chet Hendrickson has been involved with Agile Software Development since 1996 when as a member of Chrysler’s C3 project he helped develop Extreme Programming. In 2000, Ron Jeffries, Ann Anderson, and Chet wrote Extreme Programming Installed. It detailed XP’s core practices, how to do them, and how they work together to help teams be successful. Chet is the first signatory of the Agile Manifesto. Since 2002, Chet has been an independent consultant, coach, and trainer. In 2009, he was asked by the Scrum Alliance to help develop the Certified Scrum Developer program. Chet and Ron Jeffries taught the first CSD course and continue to offer them in the United States and Europe. He has been a Certified Scrum Trainer since 2009. Ron and Chet were the curators of the Scrum Alliance’s Agile Atlas website and in that function created the Alliance’s official Scrum description, Core Scrum. Chet and Ron Jeffries often work together and are popular conference speakers, bringing an interesting mix of humor and deep knowledge, and the odd cat picture. They are a fixture at the Agile Alliance’s annual conference, Agile 20xx, as presenters in the Stalwarts track. https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/profile/chendricks Last year, Chet attended Craig Larman's LeSS class in NYC and this is what he had to say: http://www.keystepstosuccess.com/2018/06/may-30th-june-1st-certified-less-practitioner-course-with-craig-larman-nyc/

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