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Scrum at Scale Part III now Available

Scrum at  Scale Part III now Available

Scrum Inc.’s CEO Jeff Sutherland presents an in-depth analysis of the most requested Scrum at Scale modules.

The Scrum at Scale framework allows for context-specific solutions to scaling, unlike other prescriptive methodologies. The modular architecture of the framework enables organizations to incrementally inspect and adapt their own structure without causing system-wide consequences.

Watch it now.  Watch Part I or  Part II.

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Scrum Inc. Heads Back to the Valley

Scrum Inc. Heads Back to the Valley

This past fall I visited some of the biggest tech players in Silicon Valley (PayPal, Twitter, Salesforce, Wallmart.com etc.) There were two take-a-ways from those visits. First, people, mostly leadership, wanted to know how to scale their Scrum implementations; and second, teams weren’t getting testing done inside the Sprint.

I’m heading back to the Valley in mid February to teach both a public CSM and CSPO course as well as a one day Scaling workshop and I plan to address these two issues head on.

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Version One Webinar: Getting to Done

Version One Webinar: Getting to Done

In conjunction with the release of Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time, Jeff paid a visit to Version One in Atlanta. During multiple sessions, the same question kept surfacing: What is the biggest impediment to running a successful Scrum? The answer: getting to done. The second value of the Agile Manifesto is working software over comprehensive documentation. Teams struggle to get fully functional and tested software at the end of a sprint.

Version One asked Jeff if he could share this insight with the Agile community. Below is the webinar that Version One sponsored. In it, Jeff goes into great detail on how to get to done.

 

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Scrum at Scale: Changing the Conversation

Scrum at Scale: Changing the Conversation

Part of the key to Scrum's success is that it allows for context-driven solutions and processes – which is why no two Scrum implementations are identical. So why does the conversation about scaling Scrum focus on finding a proscriptive, one-size fits all solution? The conversation should instead be about how to scale the underlying principles of the Scrum framework that have enabled it to be so adaptable.

The Scrum at Scale framework is our first move in that direction. It is a minimal extension of the core Scrum framework that keeps the modular structure at the core of the Scrum framework, and allows you to scale a Scrum implementation tailored to the unique needs of your company.

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