Nov. 24, 2014

News update 2014/11 - Here Be Dragons - Scaling Agile

Serpents and DragonsPeter Hundermark has shared the slides of his presentation, "Here Be Dragons - Scaling Agile", from the global Scrum Gathering in Berlin and the regional Scrum Gathering in Cape Town.

The presentation focuses on the structural and process dimension of scaling agility. Peter describes 3 "laws" of scaling and sets out 10 patterns that he has found helpful over the years as a consultant and coach.
 
 
 

Interesting Links


Interesting Links


Momentum BTS


Momentum BTS have embarked on a journey of learning and innovation by introducing Kanban as a way of managing their work. They have posted a short video on YouTube illustrating the impact these changes have had on their teams. Scrum Sense has had the privilege of being a part of this journey.

 

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDecXvMSBvg&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/embed]



InfoQ have also published an article on Momentum's adoption of Kanban. Discover the reasoning behind their journey and how they went about implementing the changes.

 
Scrum Gathering South Africa

Karen & Sam of Growing Agile, interviewed attendees of the October 2014 Scrum Gathering in Cape Town and have created a very cool video of which sessions they enjoyed most and what they learnt.

 

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7Z65cvBaSg&feature=youtu.be[/embed]



 

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