Scrum for really large projects
Scaling processes is not the way to scale large projects
Scaled agile frameworks promise fast and simple solutions, but these preconceived structures do not lead the way to the actual goal: the agile enterprise.
Scaling of Scrum does not involve the multiplication of one method, but instead the finding a new big picture of the large project as a fractal scaled organization.
What is needed here are decoupled product architectures, consistent thinking from the point of view of the customer, the project management office as a prudent ScrumMaster, a desire for fresh skills, supported by modern infrastructures. And last but not least a leadership that considers enabling collaboration across all levels to be its most important task is also needed.
Find out more about this topic in Boris’ new book “Scrum – Think b!g”.
The goal of continuous improvement
Plan, do, check, act is a fundamental part of scrum methodology and therefore an integral part of our daily work.
William Edwards Deming
Scrum in practical form – experiences from the everyday world
- Why was Scrum introduced in the company?
- How did the implementation proceed?
- Where has it led us to?
Also answered in the Case Studies are the questions “How did we do it?”, “Who helped?” and “What benefits has it brought us?”.
Boris Gloger has documented his knowledge and his experience in these books:
- Erfolgreich mit Scrum – Einflussfaktor Personalmanagement
- Wie schätzt man in agilen Projekten
- Der agile Festpreis
- Das Scrum-Prinzip
- Selbstorganisation braucht Führung