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Metrics for a Scrum Team

Ten metrics to consider recording for your Scrum teams to analyze.

Large Scale Scrum - More with LeSS

Since 2005 we have worked with clients to apply the Scrum framework and scaling agile development to product groups involving from a few hundred to a few thousand people, in multiple sites. This is organized as Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) frameworks 1 and 2, summarized in this article, elaborated in our two-volume book series on very large-scale agile development, and the upcoming book Large-Scale Scrum.

Adding Lean to the Scrum Framework

Scrum is the most popular Agile framework today. Implementing Scrum with a Lean mindset can make Scrum even more effective.

Optimizing Value Using Measurable Goals

Some ideas on measuring our progress and meeting our goals.

Lean Coffee Continuous Retrospective Strategy

The Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less gathering that provides a framework for deep conversations and productive networking with colleagues. Participants collaborate to quickly identify their agenda.

Fractional Scrum, or “Scrum-But”

Scrum proponents frequently object to doing part of Scrum, and refer to the practice as “Scrum-But”. What are some of the real concerns here? Let’s look at all the core aspects of Scrum, and what may happen if you drop them.

OpenAgile Quick Reference

Summary article describing the OpenAgile delivery and learning system, its foundations, processes, and roles.

Applying Agility to training and education

Use of Agile principles and practices in education and training.

Product Owner Team - How to build a big product in a collaborative way

Use of a product owner team to build a large product.

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