LeSS Matters is a community to help people understand how to achieve multi-team, organisational agility using Scrum
When organizations begin to scale Scrum, they face challenges not seen by lone Scrum teams. For many these challenges lead the desire to change Scrum to avoid them, this common anti-pattern leads to costly and unsatisfying organisations.
However, all it is not lost. There is a community of people that have been through this and come out the other side happier and more effective through using Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) principles, experiments, guides and practices. This community wants to share their experiences.
Though it maintains the essence and many of the hallmarks of one-team Scrum, Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) is a practice for scaling Scrum when you have more than 1 team, its partner framework LeSS Huge is for when you have more than 8 teams and has successfully been applied to product development groups of over 2,000 people.
LeSS Matters is about more than an Agile framework: LeSS Matters brings together software professionals from around the globe to share their ideas and experience with large Agile transitions (both successful and *not so* successful). By learning from the experience of others, we hope to improve the speed and efficiency with which large and growing organisations can maximise value to customers whilst always increasing the engagement and customer focus on their teams.
LeSS Matters offers a safe space to talk about the issues faced by people in organisations trying to achieve agility at scale, to promote healthy debate and to ask questions about scaling Scrum.
Join us every month as we explore topics like:
- How to use Scrum with multiple teams
- How to reduce waste (and suffering) in product development
- How to unlock people's potential
- How to sell LeSS to execs
- How to increase dev team engagement and autonomy
Who should attend?
LeSS Matters events are for anyone interested in improving Scrum use and adoption at their organization.
This might include Developers, Managers, Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches or even C‑Suite execs.
The LeSS Matters Community is led by Ben Maynard, the UK’s only dual-certified Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) Coach and Trainer.
Ben is currently starting a Mentoring Circle for those interested in a monthly deep dive into Large-Scale Scrum.
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The Role of the LeSS Practitioner
Featuring Saloni Seth-Watkins
“Hey! You have just been on a multi-day training course. So tell us - what did you learn? What practical steps are you going to take?”
How many times have we heard that when coming back freshly inspired from a course (and especially so in the case of a LeSS one)?people-product-process less-practitioner agile scrum less large-scale-scrum
Product or Platform - The Choice is Yours?
Featuring Ben Maynard
Organisations and the people within them tie themselves in knots through the inconsistent and at times sporadic use of terms such as "Platform" and "Product" this talks aim's to help untangle those knotspeople-product-process platform product
Q&A Session with Bas Vodde and Ben Maynard
Featuring Bas Vodde
In this session, users from around the world ask Bas Vodde, the co-creator of Large Scale Scrum framework, their most pressing questions on LeSS including how remote work policies are changing Agile workflows, how to establish boundaries between line managers and Scrum masters, and how LeSS...enterprise-agile scrum large-scale-scrum less people-product-process agile
Merging Kanplexity™ with LeSS
Featuring John Coleman
Scrum isn't the only option for complex work. Non-software work presents challenges for agility. Kanplexity is a potion of Kanban and Cynefin. Consider using Kanplexity with LeSS to improve adaptiveness.agile large-scale-scrum cynefin kanban kanplexity
How to do a Remote LeSS Sprint Review Bazaar
Featuring Robert Briese
In this session Robert Briese shares his experience organizing and running the different phases of a Sprint Review using the Remote Review Bazaar —the most popular approach to run a Sprint Review in LeSS.agile large-scale-scrum review-bazaar sprint-review
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