Scrum@Scale™ can help you implement the Spotify model or improve your Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) implementation. It is also compatible with Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) and the NEXUS Framework.
Summary of the class
One of the keys 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 prescriptive, one-size fits all solution? The conversation should be about how to scale the underlying principles of the Scrum framework that have enabled it to be so adaptable.
Facilitate cross team collaboration and release planning with tens, hundreds or thousands of people
Create and prioritize a transformation Backlog to overcome impediments to scaling
Measure and improve key Scrum metrics at an Enterprise level
Deliver 5 times as much work without adding new team.
The Scrum@Scale® course teaches the responsibilities of the Product Owner, individual Scrum teams, and enterprise leadership in a variety of large-scale contexts.
Is the Scrum@Scale™ course right for me?
Are you a CSM? CSPO? A coach? A manager? A leader? An engineer?
Are you ready to unleash the full potential of your organization or those of your clients?
Are you on the hook to respond to rapid organizational change by “Embracing Agile” as outlined in the Harvard Business Review?
Do you need a detailed but context-specific solution for your scaling problem?
Are you ready to reduce waste across your organization?
Are you ready to experience hyper-productivity?
Do you dream of disrupting the competition?
If you answered yes to one or more of these, you’re ready for Scrum at Scale™.
Scrum@Scale™ focuses on Agile Leadership development.
Scaling Scrum is not just about multiple teams, or implementing Scrum across your organization, or supporting globally distributed teams, or scaling velocity which can multiply your team power back a factor of 5. All of these require Agile Leadership. This is why Scrum@Scale is used by the Agile Leadership Academy to train executives on how to build Agile companies.
Attendees are expected to have read Kanban by David J Anderson or Kanban from the Inside by Mike Burrows. Prior attendance in the Kanban System Design class is preferred.
Students completing both Kanban Systems Design and this class will earn the Kanban Management Professional (KMP) credential.