Scaling Agile? Take the LeSS view from Craig Larman, Mar 19, Brussels
After a successful Scaling Agile for the Enterprise congress last month we are very proud to once again present you one of the stalwart thought leaders regarding Agile at scale: Craig Larman.
As a co-creator of LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum), Craig will introduce us in the basics of what he calls a organizational design framework.
Scaling Scrum starts with understanding standard one-team Scrum. From that point, your organization must be able to understand and adopt LeSS, which requires examining the purpose of one-team Scrum elements and figuring out how to reach the same purpose while staying within the constraints of the standard Scrum rules.
Agile development with Scrum requires a deep organizational change in order to become an agile. Therefore, neither Scrum nor LeSS should be considered as merely a practice. Rather, they form an organizational design framework.
Craig Larman is the co-creator of LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum), and since 2005 has worked with clients to apply the LeSS framework for scaling Scrum, lean thinking, and agile development to big product groups. Much of his work is organizational-design consulting with senior-management teams of product groups adopting LeSS.
Craig was one of the first Certified Scrum Trainers, and helped kick off the Agile movement.
The event is hosted by our member Wemanity and will take place on March 19th at their new offices, close to the VUB/ULB
Rue des Pères Blancs 4
1040 Brussel (Etterbeek)
17:30h Welcome drink
18:00h Craig Larman talk
19:30h Food & drinks
Please note that Craig Larman will also be speaking on 25 March in Apeldoorn, The Netherlands.
This event has already taken place. Registration is no longer possible.