Where:
IntraEdge    (Google Map)
5660 W Chandler Blvd #1
Chandler, AZ 85226


Agenda:

6:00 Registration Food and Drink
6:25 Announcements
6:30 Begin the Meeting
8:00 Closing Messages and Announcements

Description:

Where:
IntraEdge    (Google Map)
5660 W Chandler Blvd #1
Chandler, AZ 85226

Agenda:

6:00 Registration Food and Drink
6:25 Announcements
6:30 Begin the Meeting
8:00 Closing Messages and Announcements

Description:  Scaling Professional Scrum

When multiple development teams work together on the delivery of a single software product, they face unique challenges: dependencies, integration issues, and quality differentials. Even when those teams are high-performing Scrum teams, the communication pathways created for single-team Scrum just don’t suffice. The Scrum framework simply wasn’t designed to support more than a single team. The Scaled Professional Scrum framework (a.k.a. the “Nexus”) has been designed to handle these higher-level communication needs.

In this presentation, Richard introduces the Nexus.  He describes new roles, events, and artifacts that provide an “exoskeleton” for existing Scrum teams.  The framework enables teams to scale effectively. Even if you have evaluated or adopted other scaling frameworks and methodologies, or if you are just starting to experience the friction of software development at scale, come and be part of the conversation.

Bring your most challenging Scrum development and scaling questions and get them answered.

Read more about the Nexus here: http://nexusguide.org

Speaker Bio:  Richard Hundhausen

Richard Hundhausen is the president of Accentient – a company that helps software teams develop better products by leveraging ALM tools and Scrum. He is a Professional Scrum Trainer, author of the book “Professional Scrum Development with Microsoft Visual Studio” and is the co-creator of the Scaled Professional Scrum framework. As a software developer and consultant with over 30 years of experience, he understands that software is built and delivered by people and not by processes or tools.