There are many frameworks available to bring agility to software at scale. However, they tend to bring a single answer rather than the possibilities open to an organisation. Only with experience and experimentation will any team understand whether they chose correctly and how to modify any given approach.
At the heart of Enterprise Scrum is a language for defining the instance we create. This language gives us options across many different aspects and a way of expressing how we are managing the transition from a traditional operating model to a more fluid model that is resilient to the modern business climate.
In this interactive workshop, we will discuss and explore the various aspects that we can use to define an instance of Enterprise Scrum. Using this language, we will also identify new cases of scaling approaches that either could be viable or attendees have implemented in their organisations.
John McFadyen is a business and executive Agile coach with proven experience in coaching senior managers and executives at some of the world’s largest organisations. John works with people and teams to unlock new perspectives and approaches to achieving their goals.Blending his 15 years’ experience in Agile frameworks and Lean techniques from the software development world with his professional coach training and complexity theory, John has created a unique approach to coaching with a strong focus on end goals, the right level of planning and actions designed to gain momentum.