|Type: Meet-up||Date: 2017-07-06||Ram Srinivasan|
How can an organization be Agile when multiple teams need to work together? What kind of patterns and structures can support self-organization at scale? How do you get started? This session explores the rules, principles, and guides behind Large Scale Scrum (LeSS). LeSS applies the principles, purpose, elements, and elegance of Scrum in a large-scale context, but in a simple form. This “barely sufficient” and "intentionally incomplete" approach promotes empiricism, learning, and local ownership. LeSS also provides guidelines on simplifying the design of the organization to support these outcomes and to achieve "more with LeSS".
Speaker: Ram Srinivasan
Ram has unique credentials, being a Certified Scrum Trainer, a Systems (ORSC) Coach, and a ToP Facilitator. His mission is to help his clients build great organizations by focusing on people, process, and product development. To help clients achieve these he draws upon his knowledge and experience in Systems Thinking, Complexity, Lean Management, Innovation Games®, and the principles of neuroscience. Ram holds multiple Agile, professional coaching, and facilitation certifications. He is a frequent speaker and co-organizer for many Agile conferences, and reviewer for many Agile publications.