Scrum@Scale is not a standard agile scaling method like SAFe, LeSS and Nexus. It doesn’t provide you with a recipe, which at times might be scary. Scrum@Scale instead asks questions and requires you to experiment with answers. As such – in our humble view – Scrum@Scale actually deserves to be called a framework. A framework which helps an entire organization to become more agile.

Even hard core fans of the aforementioned established scaling methods admit that these should be considered a stepping stone towards a more flexible, nimble organization. Never should the method or framework become the goal itself. It is just a means to an end.

Therefore, we regularly ask ourselves „What now?“. What comes after we have implemented Squads, Tribes, Chapters and Guilds? What do we do when the release train isn’t arriving often enough any more? What is next after we have mastered developing medium-sized products using LeSS? How do we make the organization itself more agile, not just our product development?

To some it might come as a shock, but the journey towards more agility is one that will never end. Scrum@Scale is there to support you in continuously asking yourself the right questions, such that you can decide which step to take next.

In a way one could see SAFe and cohorts as implementations or instantiations of Scrum@Scale. Each of these scaling methods has captured a bunch of scaling answers which it deems to be the best practices – completely independent of the appliers‘ context. One size fits all … or maybe not?

How can one single method know the answers in a complex environment anyway?

One of the core principles of Scrum@Scale is only to scale what really needs scaling. Don’t scale just because scaling is hip and sounds like something everybody should do. We call this principle Minimal Viable Bureaucracy (MVB).

In this course you will learn how to stick to an MVB and what else you need to do to not end up with yet another reorganization with very low chances of improvement let alone success.

After the course and passed exam you will receive the “Scrum@Scale Practitioner” certificate signed by Jeff Sutherland.

The course offers a lot more though. Besides getting a fundamental understanding of what is essential when scaling agility, you will also leave the training with your heat map. A map that shows you where there is potential for improvement in your own organization’s move towards agility. A concrete change backlog so to speak. When returning to work after this course, the heat map will tell you what needs to be done first.

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Wann: Mo, 12.07.2021 08:00 Uhr - Do, 15.07.2021 17:00 Uhr
Stadt: Online

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