”Large- Scale Scrum (LeSS) is a framework for scaled agile and scaling Scrum.” WIKIPEDIA First there was experimentation, empiricism and experience. Then there was structure, standards and system tuning. The LeSS Framework grew from the fertile soil of case stories from scaling gurus Bas Vodde and Craig Larman. “We never wanted […]
Recently, Pomodoro Technique has become increasingly popular among software developers in the Lean and Agile communities. Kristoffer Nordström from Softhouse, made for Lean Magazine this interview with Staffan Nöteberg – the author behind the bestseller Pomodoro Technique Illustrated.
Henrik Kniberg, author of the popular book “Scrum and XP from the Trenches,” shares some experience on how to implement Scrum. The bad news: There will always be some pain. The good news: There is potential for immense improvement. What are the general things to think about when implementing Scrum? […]
When adopting Scrum in an organisation, a highly prioritized goal is to create sustainable high performing, cross functional teams that self-organize and refrain from explicit roles. The question is: How do we get there? It is common knowledge today that Scrum and other agile methods may significantly raise the level […]
Ken Schwaber, who is known to be the co-founder of Scrum together with Jeff Sutherland, paid a visit to Sweden in April this year. Lean Magazine got a chance to talk with him about the origins and evolution of Scrum in the nineties, and what he thinks about the future […]