Port of Rotterdam
Case study of the 7 years long LeSS adoption at Port of Rotterdam.
Cancelling a public tender, dropping a few architects and frameworks, developing a new 24x7 information system in a non-agile environment to replace the previous one, a smooth migration, close cooperation with operational end-users, a stable team of 25 people for years, ski-trips, staying within a multi-million budget and time, and now moving the whole team to web-development, micro-services and Docker-containers. All without concessions to quality and we’re still having fun. Was this all according to plan?
We’ve been (and still are) experimenting, inspecting and adapting with agile and scrum for 7 years, and it turns out it looks like LeSS, with a hint of SAFe.
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