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LeSS adoption at Poster: ouches, gotchas and yoohoos! – Alexey Krivitsky
In 2021 an Ukrainian based SaaS product development company Poster POS Inc. has turned itself around going from a team-level Scrum-like process with component teams into a deep change inspired by LeSS. This talk, as the title describes, is full of lessons learned: from preparing for LeSS Flip to observing the first 20 LeSS sprints with six features teams. LeSS courses: https://less.works/courses/less-courses LeSS supporting courses: https://less.works/courses/less-supporting-courses LeSS homepage: https://less.works/ LeSS conferences: https://less.works/less-conferences
#2 Adaptivity Podcast with Bas Vodde: "Interdependence"
This podcast is also available at popular podcast platforms: https://www.adaptivity.inc/podcast In this episode, together with Bas Vodde, a co-creator of LeSS, we are exploring the difference between dependence, autonomy and interdependence, plus some exciting upcoming updates to LeSS. 0:07 Defining adaptivity 6:13 Updates to LeSS 12:33 Misunderstandings of LeSS 16:09 Dependence, autonomy and interdependence 23:35 The team of teams 27:48 Story telling Brought to you by Adaptivity, Inc.
Regional Scrum Gathering 2022 - Roland Flemm & Alexey Krivitsky: Organizational Topologies
Alexey Krivitsky (CST) started using Scrum in 2005. Being both a developer and a front-runner agilist, Alexey Krivitsky played an important role to initiate the Agile Ukraine community. Since 2008 he has been actively appearing in the Agile community as a conference producer, speaker, and independent agile consultant. Alexey Krivitsky is the author of one of the most popular Scrum educational simulation games: lego4scrum and a book on retrospectives Quick Start in Agile Retrospective. In recent years he focuses on the development of the Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) approach and use these principles when leading agile at corporate level. Roland Flemm (PST) was a developer and infrastructure specialist for 20-years. In 2009. he became a Scrum Master. Since 2015, he grew into international agile consulting with a focus on large Scale Scrum (LeSS) adoptions. Also, he has been actively appearing in the Agile community as a conference speaker. Roland Flemm is the creator of the Koos Coach agile comic series as well as Elements of Scrum ScrumCards.
#3 Adaptivity Podcast with Cesario Ramos: "Creating Agile Organizations"
This podcast is also available at popular podcast platforms: https://www.adaptivity.inc/podcast In this episode, Cesario Ramos shares his experience of creating agile organizations, from identifying value areas to launching product groups. 1:07 What is adaptivity 5:46 Impediments to adaptivity 9:50 Defining product groups 19:00 Dependencies between groups 25:39 Commodity platforms 27:38 Launching product groups 33:23 The journey of adaptivty
#1 Adaptivity Podcast with Ahmad Fahmy: "Gemba Sprint"
This podcast is also available at popular podcast platforms: https://www.adaptivity.inc/podcast In this episode, together with Ahmad Fahmy, a product development & organizational change consultant, we are exploring several coaching & consultant patterns that Ahmad authored. The main focus of this talk is on the why's and how's of the Gemba Sprint. 0:00 Introduction 0:50 Defining adaptivity 3:40 Discovering patterns 11:50 Inviting managers to gemba 22:10 Managers coding 25:30 Managers asking questions Brought to you by Adaptivity, Inc.
#4 Adaptivity Podcast with Jurgen De Smet: "Requirements, part 1"
This podcast is also available at popular podcast platforms: https://www.adaptivity.inc/podcast The new episode of the #Adaptivity #Podcast with Jurgen De Smet is out. Jurgen De Smet shares his experience in going from project to product-centric organizationsdealing with the PMO,re-focusing organizations on constant feedbackand applying Toyota Kata for requirements management.
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