NEW RECORDING – Filling in the Scaled Agile Framework
Frameworks are great, and the Scaled Agile Framwork (by Dean Leffingwell) provides a great context for Agile at scale. One still needs to fill in frameworks with proven, established ideas. This webinar presents some of the basic principles of Lean that have guided the creation of proven methods that have worked at several large organizations (300-4000 person development organizations). It continues by presenting 4 case studies that illustrate these principles in action:
1. The value of cross-functional teams and how Lean-Flow can help you create them
2. Coordinating multiple teams with a common backlog
3. Creating a hybrid method based on Lean-Flow to solve integration problems
4. Handling multiple business stakeholders and multiple teams – the need for the business product owner
The methods described in this webinar can help organizations that have successfully spun up teams only to find them languishing at the enterprise level. It can also provide guidance for large organizations about to transition to Agile.
SPEAKER: Alan Shalloway is the founder and CEO of Net Objectives. With almost 40 years of experience, Alan is an industry thought leader. He helps companies transition to Lean and Agile methods enterprise-wide as well teaches courses in Lean, Kanban, Scrum, Design Patterns, and Object-Orientation. Alan has developed training and coaching methods for Lean-Agile that have helped his clients achieve long-term, sustainable productivity gains. He is a popular speaker at prestigious conferences worldwide. He is the primary author of Design Patterns Explained: A New Perspective on Object-Oriented Design, Lean-Agile Pocket Guide for Scrum Teams, Lean-Agile Software Development: Achieving Enterprise Agility and is currently writing Essential Skills for the Agile Developer. He has a Masters in Computer Science from M.I.T. as well as a Masters in Mathematics from Emory University.
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*** To hear more about Net Objectives’ approach to large scale Lean-Agile development, look at their upcoming webinar series: Lean-Agile at Scale and the Team: The Value Stream Series Click Here