October 15, 2015 – Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) Basics
Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) Basics
1260 S. Spectrum Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85286
(see map below)
6:00 – Registration – Food, Drink, Networking (no cost – Thank You Sponsors!!!)
6:30 – Announcements and Begin the Talk
8:00 – Closing Messages and Announcements
There is no cost to attend this session, and the food and beverages are provided by our Sponsor(s): Effective Agile Development
If you are already a member of the Phoenix Scrum User’s Group, you have already received an email about this event, just select the “Registration Link” in that email. If you have not received that email, please sign-up (on the left), and we’ll get it out to you!!
NOTE: That in addition to Sponsoring the Food and Drink, Rod (his company Effective Agile Development) will be giving away two books (2 copies each!!!) on Large-Scale Scrum:
Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Thinking and Organizational Tools for Large-Scale Scrum
< href="http://www.amazon.com/Practices-Scaling-Lean-Agile-Development/dp/0321636406/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1443998346&sr=8-4&keywords=Craig+Larman">Practices for Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Large, Multisite, and Offshore Product Development with Large-Scale Scrum
Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS) Basics: One product One Product Owner, One product Backlog, One Sprint
The basics of Large-Scale Scrum…..more details coming soon.
Rod Claar is a software development coach and instructor with broad experience in Design Patterns, Test Driven Development, Scrum and Agile methodologies. He is a specialist in coordinating large teams and large projects to increase return on investment through the use of Agile principles and practices. Rod also has extensive experience teaching and coaching teams to achieve their goals. He believes that team building is at the heart of this success. Teams get more done than the same individuals working independently. Rod teaches that team building and team effectiveness are built on communication. Communication at all levels of the organization. Communication of goals and rationale. Communication of success and failure.
Rod coaches that in software development, second only to the team and effective communication is quality. Quality that is built-in and never sacrificed. Quality starts with requirements. Requirements have to be understood through business or customer statements that describe the value to be returned rather than a definition of the proposed solution. Quality continues as the team executes the agile practices tailored to their situation. The quality of the process is always pushed higher.