More with LeSS:A Decade of Descaling with LeSS

Special event with Craig Larman:"More with LeSS:A Decade of Descaling with LeSS"

We're pleased to announce that Craig Larman, the co-creator of "Large-Scale Scrum", will join us at Agile Munich's October meetup to share his insight on how to scale through descaling with LeSS.


After a decade of working worldwide with large product groups in their adoption of LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum), organizations are starting to realize that the main goal of LeSS is not to enable traditional big groups to "meet their commitment" more efficiently. And they are realizing that LeSS is not “Scrum contained within each team, with something different on top.” It seems some scaling frameworks contain Scrum like a fire fighter contains a brushfire.

Then what is LeSS about? It is to see the ineffectiveness of traditional large-scale organizational design and to change it, by descaling with LeSS towards a simple model for multiple teams that optimizes for agility (flexibility), learning, and flow of value. It is figuring out how, with multiple teams, to apply the simple principles and elements of Scrum that encourage empirical process control, transparency, self-managing teams, and systems optimization.

But any structural change per definition challenges the status quo of middle-management and single-specialist positions, leading to the dynamics of Larman's Laws of Organizational Behavior.

In this meetup I'll explore descaling with LeSS

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Important Note:   The venue capacity is limited and we anticipate this event to fill up early. Please make sure that you update your RSVP in case your plans to attend change to allow others on the waiting list to join.

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Looking forward to it...

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